Labs will be held on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. No makeup exams are given. Each student will answer questions about their numerical results from the lab and write a brief summary of the lab also known as an "abstract".
The text is Physics for Scientists and Engineers: If he misses the last exam or the final he will not pass the class. The exams will be closed book and closed notes. The program is open to everyone, but especially targets under-represented and low-income students.
If a student misses an exam except the last one that test will be dropped. However most of the formulas will be given to the student, and students can bring an integral table. Students who arrive more than 45 minutes late will receive no credit for participation.
Lab Participation Students who arrive on time and complete lab activities will receive 10 points for participation. Due to the large numbers of students and limited lab equipment, make-up labs can not be offered.
Lab reports will be collected on test days. If you have, or think you might have, a disability that impacts your educational experience in this class please contact DSPS to determine your eligibility for accommodations.
Lab Report Forms Lab reports will be submitted as Google forms. A student may bring one page of formulas, but on worked out problems, pictures, or drawings for the final. The last test or the finall cannot be dropped.
Students who arrive more than 30 minutes late will receive 5 points for participation.
Students are required to do all labs. Becasue of the nature of the material, the student will be expected to have read the text before lecture. If he misses two labs or is regularly late to the lab, he will be dropped from the course. There will be three 2 hour exams given during the lab period and a comprehensive final.
The material to be covered will be almost all sections of chapters 23 through Apply principles of fluid mechanics to solve problems in fluid behavior.
Apply conservation of energy and momentum principles to solve problems in translational and rotational kinematics, statics, and dynamics. No late sets will be accepted. The student will be required to complete a lab report outlining the experiment, the results, and error discussion.
The format of the lab report will be outlined in the lab manual. Students can access problems and submit answers online. Apply optics principles to solve problems in wave and ray optics.
Sets will be evaluated by grading only one problem in a set. Lab Procedure The "lab manual" for this course is made of Google forms see links in the "Schedule" section of the class website.
These documents contain instructions for lab equipment, and outline the goals of the labs.
Apply principles of wave mechanics to solve problems in simple harmonic motion and wave behavior. The exam will generally be 3 problems and 8 short questions with conceptual exercises. Once submitted and confirmed please visit with me about your specific accommodations. Physics tutor hours for the semester are posted on the bulletin board in the lecture classroom the 2nd week of class.
Homework sets will be assigned about once a week. The rate of material coverage will average about 4 lecture hours per chapter.
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