Physics 124

Analytical Physics I-B, Spring 2017

Final Exam: Tuesday, May 9, 4:00-7:00 PM

Location by first letter of your last name:
Aa to Jz: CAC Gym Annex
Ka to Sz: CAC Gym
Ta to Zz: Scott 123

The exam will have 30 questions; about 17 will focus on Chapters 17, 18, 19 and 20; the others will cover material from the first two exams. Bring pencils, three (3) sheets of paper no larger than 8.5x11 with hand-written formulae on both sides, and a scientific calculator. No cell phone calculators, smart watches, or sharing of calculators permitted. You may also want to bring water – it can get hot in the Gym in May.

Study Group Announcements

Please see this handout for information on study groups.

Welcome to Physics 124!

As the course progresses, we will be posting important information to this page. To orient yourself, please click on the links above to get some information about the course. Recitations and workshops will not meet the first week of classes, but will start in the week of January 23rd. Please see the schedule for details. Our first lecture will be held on Friday, January 20th. Before you come to class, please prepare the following things:

  • Read the selected chapter sections from the textbook. Coming to class having done the reading will be the expectation for the rest of the semester.
  • Do "Introduction to Mastering Physics" to learn how to work with Mastering Physics (this not counted towards grade). The first homework assignment will be due on Monday, January 23rd before the second lecture.
  • Register and bring your iClicker to lecture (instructions are here).

Mastering Physics.  If you were in Analytical Physics IA last semester and used Mastering Physics, you do NOT need to purchase a new access code.  Your MP account from last semester should work. The course ID is RUPHY124S2017. If you took Analytical Physics IA more than a year ago, you may need to purchase a new Mastering Physics license. This can be purchased with the textbook, or online.

If you are having registration problems and need a special permission number, please submit requests through a form on our website.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Professors Cizewski and Chou


Lecturer: Prof. John Paul Chou
Course Administrator:
Prof. Jolie Cizewski

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