T/Th Eng. Phys. 2
(PHY 2426)
Sec 009

Open Lab

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Important Dates

Spring 2014

 
Thursday, June 18, 2015
T/Th Eng. Phys. 2 Test #1
Thursday, July 23, 2015
T/Th Eng. Phys. 2 Test #2
Thursday, Aug 13, 2015
T/Th Eng. Phys. 2 Final
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T / Th Engineering Physics 2 (PHY 2426) (Syn 30259 - Sect 009)
Sum 2015 - Homework and Tests

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Lecture
2:00 pm - 3:50 am
Room 331

Lab
4:00 pm - 5:50 pm
Room 327

Homework (100 pts. total)

Ch 21: Ex: 6, 28, 33
Ch 22 Ex: 32, 52, 59
Ch 23 Ex: 25, 39, 81
Ch 24 Ex: 5, 30, 49
Ch 25 Ex: 2, 13, 14, 46
Ch 26 Ex: 20, 41, 66
Ch 27 Ex: 10, 30, 53, 57
Ch 28 Ex: 13, 18, 36, 57
Ch 29 Ex: 3, 10, 50
Ch 30 Ex: 31, 37, 45
Ch 31 Ex: 28, 32, 37, 52
Ch 32 Ex: 13, 57
Ch 33 Ex: 12, 13, 21, 34, 68
Ch 34 Ex: 41, 89, 110
Ch 35 Ex: 16, 39, 53
Ch 36 Ex: 7, 19, 23, 45

Tests

test #1 - June 18 - (200 pts)
Chapters 21, 22, 23, 24 & wave motion

test #2 - July 23 - (200 pts)
Chapters 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31

final - Aug 13 - (250 pts)
Chapters 32, 33, 34, 35, 36 *
* this test is cumulative

 

General Procedures and Announcements Fall 2014

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buck rogersYour grade consists of two test grades, a final, a set of labs, and a set of homework. The first two tests will each count 200 points, and the final is 250 points. All the labs together are worth 250 points and all the collected homework is with 100 points. Your points earned will be divided by 1000 (the maximum number of points possible) to give a numerical grade.

You need to be present for tests. Make-ups must be cleared before missing a test.

Each lab analysis and writeup is submitted within two weeks after being assaigned. If you miss a lab you can make it on on Fridays.

All homework assignments come from the exercises and problems section of each chapter. Your homework will be due on the Wednesday two weeks after the corresponding chapter is covered in class.

Remember, in doing homework, labs, or tests, it’s important to explain as much as you can about what you are doing. We are looking for process as well as answers in this course. If you are having trouble understanding concepts or assignments, come to see me during office hours or contact me for an appointment.