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because it is the book in use by the department. Should you not like this book, here is a
reference I recommend:
”Sears and Zemansky’s Universiy Physics” by Hugh Young and Roger Freedman, any
edition. For example, the 1999 edition (10th edition) of this book is very affordable.
Lab Manual: Phys 6M. The lab manual is available at the Bay Tree bookstore.
TA Contact Information (for the labs):
Ross Greenwood: email@example.com
Dean Henze: firstname.lastname@example.org
Noah Kent: email@example.com
Ahram Kim: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cameron MacKeen: email@example.com Michael Medrano: firstname.lastname@example.org
Angelo Monteux: email@example.com
Joey Schindler: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Storm: email@example.com
Note that the instructor of record of the labs is George Brown. For questions concerning
lab issues, please contact him (firstname.lastname@example.org). While I will be trying to keep the
lecture in sync with the labs, I am not responsible for the lab this quarter.
Course Work: Your grade will be made up from the following three contributions:
1) Homework, 20%. Homework sets are assigned weekly on Fridays and are usually
due on the following Friday unless otherwise an...
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2014 for the course PHYS 6B taught by Professor Graham during the Winter '08 term at University of California, Santa Cruz.
- Winter '08