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Exam Dates: Open book, notes
Make-up Exams: You must present me with a verifiable excuse
in writing. No make-up will be given for the final exam.
Homework Quizzes: 20 minutes long,
at the beginning of lecture, closed book, based strongly on
Make-up Quizzes: There are none.
Reading Quizzes: Unannounced, based on the assigned reading,
very short, very easy (if you have done the assigned reading)
Homework: Due on the day of the quiz.
Laboratory: If you need the one-credit laboratory course, you
must register separately for Physics 1106.
Grading: (Absolute, not curved)
Letter Grade Break Points
- Exam 1 - Friday 14 July 2006
- Exam 2 - Friday 21 July 2006
- Exam 3 - Friday 28 July 2006
- Final Exam (Cumulative) - Wednesday 2 August 2006
Grade Summary -
All the individual test grades arranged by code number
University Holiday: Tuesday 4 July 2006
Students with disabilities, medically excused absences, absences in general
Official University Calendar
- Exam 1 - 20%
- Exam 2 - 20%
- Exam 3 - 20%
- Final - 20%
- Homework Quizzes - 10% (Drop lowest)
- Homework - 5% (Drop lowest)
- Reading Quizzes - 5% (Drop lowest)
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- Ch23 - Q:2,14,15,18,21,22; P:7,15,21,33,40,45,54; X:17,26.
- Ch24 - Q:3,4,11,13; P:4,10,11,28,51,62; X:34,35,55.
- Ch25 - Q:2,5,8,14,15; P:6,18,38,45,66; X:.
- Ch26 - Q:2,7,11,14; P:3,7,16,17,23,34,58; X:61.
- Ch27 - Q:5,17,19,20; P:11,21,36,73; X:.
- Ch28 - Q:6,7,8,13,16,17,29; P:6,9,21,36; X:67,68.
- Ch29 - Q:3,7,9,15,20; P:2,11,20,32; X:.
- Ch30 - Q:7,9,12,30; P:1,6,17,21,23,31; X:.
- Ch31 - Q:4,6,10,11,15,16,18,19; P:9,19,28,30;
X:read, do not solve 16,23,24,54.
- Ch32 - Q:2,6; P:1,10,17,26,31,48; X:.
- Ch33 - Q:2,4,5,6,8,11,18,21,22; P:2,8,15,20,21,26; X:62.
- Ch34 - Q:6,7,10,11,14,15,16,23; P:5,11,15,59;
X:Can the electromagnetic fields from transmission lines
cause cancer? How about fields from mobile phones?
- Ch35 - Q:8,9,19,23; P:10,20,36,37; X:.
- Ch36 - Q:2,3,6,7,17,19; P: 7,21,33,68;
X:In William Golding's Lord of the Flies the
character Piggy uses his glasses to focus the sun's rays and kindle a
fire. Later, the boys abuse Piggy and break his glasses. He is unable
to identify them at close range because he is nearsighted. Find the
flaw in this narrative. It is still possible to start a fire with
Piggy's (unbroken) glasses; how could this have been done?
- Ch37 - Q:1,2,3,10; P:1,30,31,37; X:.
- Ch38 - Q:4,6,11,14; P:2,24,42; X:.