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Physics 1304 (Section 0012)
Introductory Electricity and Magnetism - Summer 2002
Professor Randall J. Scalise
- Lecture meeting times and place:
- MTWRF 10:00-11:50am in 123 Fondren Science
- Office hours: MWF 1:00-2:00pm in room 104 Fondren Science
and by appointment.
- Call or leave a message at 768-2504, or
- Leave a note in the Physics Department Office - 106 Fondren Science, or
- send me e-mail:
- Text: Serway, Physics for Scientists and Engineers,
5th edition, Chapters 23-39.
- Lecture Notes: Available from the bookstore or on reserve
in the Library.
- Practice Exams:
- Exam Dates: Open book, notes
- Exam 1 - Friday 12 July 2002
- Exam 2 - Friday 19 July 2002
- Exam 3 - Friday 26 July 2002
- Final Exam (Cumulative) - Thursday 1 August 2002
- Make-up Exams: You must present me with a verifiable excuse
in writing one week prior to the scheduled exam. No make-ups
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)
Letter Grade Break Points
- 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)
- Grade Summary -
All the individual test grades arranged by last four digits of
student ID number
- Announcements: Here and in the glass case outside 123
- University Holiday: Thursday 4 July 2002.
- 2002 Calendar
lens/mirror demonstration found on the web by Joseph Houde
- Homework Assignments
- Homework Solutions:
on reserve in the Fondren Library, and available electronically.
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