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Class Information

This site contains information for a second course in University Physics (calculus based) taught at the Rochester Institute of Technology. See my contact page for contact information, office hours and location. The syllabus for this course may be downloaded by clicking on the appropriate section link below:

Section # Course Syllabus Days and Time
1017-312-01 Syllabus for Section 01 MWR; 12:00 - 2:50 PM

You may also wish to view/download a copy of the uncertainty manual, laboratory write-up guidelines, the formula sheet (provided during all tests and the final) or print graph paper template for use when working problems.

Important Dates

The dates for the tests and final exams are as follows:

*PLEASE TAKE NOTE:
If you miss a test for any reason, you will not be allowed to make up the test; Your final exam grade may replace your lowest test grade.

Test/Exam Day
Date
Time Room
Test #1
Tuesday
03/23/2010
7:00 PM

08-1154

Test #2
Tuesday
04/13/2010
7:00 PM

08-1154

Test #3
Tuesday
05/04/2010
7:00 PM

08-1154

Final
Wednesday
05/19/2010
2:45 - 4:45 PM
08 - A300

For other important dates, such as the drop/add date, etc. see the institute calendar at: http://www.rit.edu/calendar/.
    

Lecture Materials

Below are links to the course lecture notes, activities, etc. Please check back periodically for updates.

* PLEASE TAKE NOTE:
Tests will be given on Tuesday evenings during the weeks indicated.

WEEK #
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
1
2
3* (Test 1)
4
5
6* (Test 2)
7
8
9* (Test 3)
10

 

Links of Interest

Below is a list of websites that may be useful to you. If you find other sites that you think may be valuable to students please let me know!

Description Link
Physics Applets (Physlets) Physlets
Uncertainty Manual Manual
Student Companion Site Wiley Site
WebAssign Login WebAssign
Physics Department RIT Physics

 

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