Rutgers University Department of Physics and Astronomy

Elements of Physics 161 (Fall 2014)



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Lecture: TH 0500P-0620 BUS PHY-LH
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For remarks about homework skip to ANNOUNCEMENTS



Make use of the free tutoring (until Friday, December 12):
Professor William DeBuvitz, Friday 10:00am-12:00noon. He MOVED from ARC 332 at the MSLC to SERIN PHYSICS 232 (the room where we have the workshops).

You can also go to any of the other office hours as posted in General Information.


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Students in this course should regularly check this 161 webpage. 
Important announcements about homework, laboratory/workshop, exams, etc. are posted at the bottom of this webpage.

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Free tutoring available (starting Sept 12):
Professor William DeBuvitz, Friday 10:00am-12:00noon, Serin Physics 232.

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Announcements


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REMARKS ABOUT HOMEWORK ONLINE:
Give your answers with 3 significant figures in the units indicated.
Powers of 10 should be in E format with no spaces. Example 3.14E9


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REMARKS ABOUT EXAM AND EXAM REVIEW
The Final exam3 will be December 19 at 8:00am-11:00am in CAC Gym Annex.
The day before exam3 (Dec 18) a day-long (10:00am-8:00pm) help session will be held in room SRN-232 (workshop room).

The Final exam covers all material of the course.
There are 30 questions. The exam is 3 hours. At least half the questions will be about the material not covered in exam1 and exam2.
You are allowed to bring 2 sheets of notes in your own hand writing.
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CALCULATOR.
If you have a graphing calculator, you may bring that to the exams. However, the best type to have for the exams would be a non-graphing scientific calculator. That will have all of the functionality that you will need.
CELL PHONES.
You should not have a cell phone on you during the exam. Please keep your cell phone in your backpack or coat and leave your backpack and coat near the wall of the exam room away from any seat.
At your seat you should keep calculator, pencils, one personal note-sheet and RU-ID.






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Make your own sheet with formulae and notes to bring to the exam.
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REMARKS ABOUT EXAM WEEK

There will be regular labs as well as online homework during the exam week.


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FOR ALL RESULTS IN THE LAB:
Give your answers with 3 significant figures in the units indicated.

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Occasionally, announcements about the physics 161 course will be sent out by e-mail.  I have down-loaded the "official" e-mail addresses from the University roster.  Be sure to check your "official" e-mail address for new messages.If your e-mail address has changed or is not listed with the University roster,  let me know.

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