Physics 227H: Honors Physics II

Fall 2018

- Syllabus and reading assignments, by lecture
- Slides shown at the lectures (posted after the lecture)
- Recitation
and pre-recitation handouts

- Homework: WebAssign
- Practice problems for Exam 1
- Practice problems for Exam 2
- Practice
problems for Final Exam

- Gradebook
- Registering and using your Iclicker
- Students
with disabilities

EXAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR FINAL EXAM (just for the new chapters, not for the material covered on Exams 1 and 2) ARE HERE. YOU CAN CHECK YOUR ANSWERS HERE

QUESTIONS FROM IN-CLASS REVIEW FOR EXAM 2 ARE HERE. YOU CAN CHECK YOUR ANSWERS HERE.

EXAMPLE
QUESTIONS FOR
EXAM 2 ARE HERE.
YOU CAN CHECK
YOUR ANSWERS HERE

Nov 18: SECOND HOUR EXAM 6:10-7:30 PM in SEC 111 (Ch. 26-29, first half of 30) -- no recitations the previous Friday and following Monday

FOR PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR EXAM 2, SEE THE LINK ABOV

**S**olutions
for Exam 1 are
here.

EXAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR EXAM 1 ARE HERE. YOU CAN CHECK YOUR ANSWERS HERE.

Syllabus for 227H is now posted at the link above: NOTE IN PARTICULAR THE HOUR EXAM TIMES AND LOCATIONS:

**SUNDAY
Oct 7: FIRST
HOUR EXAM
8:10-9:30 PM
in SEC 111
(Ch. 21-25)**
**-- no
recitations
the previous
Friday and ****following
****Monday**

SUNDAY Nov 18: SECOND HOUR EXAM 6:10-7:30 PM in SEC 111 (Ch. 26-30) -- no recitations the previous Friday and following Monday

FOR PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR EXAM 1, SEE THE LINK ABOVE.

Gradebook
is now set up
and the link
is active (see
the list
above). The
recitation
instructors
will be
entering your
quiz grades
starting this
week.

RECITATION HANDOUT FOR WEEK 2

Recitations will begin Friday, September 7. The two recitations on Fridays and the two on the following Mondays cover the same material. There will be no quiz in the first recitation (Friday 9/7 and Monday 9/10); if you cannot go to your scheduled recitation this week because of a schedule conflict with the hackathon or because of Rosh Hashanah, you should go to a different recitation if you can, or get notes from another student in the recitation if you cannot.

Prof. Rabe's office hours are on Sundays in ARC 110 from 6:00-7:30 PM. It's very informal: we will either work through problems I select, or any questions/problems that students bring and want to discuss. WE WILL START WITH OFFICE HOURS THIS SUNDAY, 9 SEPTEMBER, FROM 6:00 TO 7:00 PM (note early end).

I am sorting out the IClicker system. If you own an IClicker, register it for the class https://www1.iclicker.com/register-clicker/ (we are using iClicker Classic and we are not using an LMS). If you have an account for IClicker in your IOS or Android IClicker Reef app or on the web, please join the course (choose Rutgers University New Brunswick and type phy to find the course) on Thursday before class. If you don't already have a subscription, take advantage of the trial period (the subscription for app/web is $14.99 for six months, $23.99 for a year). Please bring your clicker/smartphone/laptop to class and have it out and ready to go at the beginning of the lecture.

IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO, ENROLL IN THE CLASS ON WEBASSIGN

https://www.webassign.net/login.html

our class key is rutgers 5607 1563 (this is now the correct number)

The first homework assignment is now up. This first assignment will be due THURSDAY 13 September at 11:59 PM in light of the weekend hackathon and Rosh Hashanah.

The slides from the first two lectures are now available (see 2nd link at the top of the page).

The syllabus and exam dates are coming. Some of the information on this page needs to be checked and will be corrected as we go.

Course Information

The course meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:55-2:50 PM in the Physics Lecture Hall, with one recitation session per week.

The main goal of the course is to give students a solid grounding in electromagnetism at an elementary level, combining an understanding of the main principles and techniques, the ability to solve problems, and mastery of relevant mathematics appropriate to an honors level course. We will accomplish this through systematic study of the required textbook**. **Recitations will
review the material in the previous two lectures,
focusing on problem solving. Before each recitation,
you will have 2-3 warm-up problems to prepare. At
the end of each recitation, there will be a
ten-minute quiz on the material discussed. Homeworks
will be assigned weekly in WebAssign. There will be
two hour exams and a closed-book final exam. Grades
are computed using 20% for homework (lowest 2
dropped), 15% for recitation quizzes (lowest 2
dropped), 15% for the first hour exam, 20% for the
second hour exam and 30% for the final exam. You
will be able to access your grades for hw, quizzes
and exams in the physics department gradebook (link
coming).

Necessary materials for the course are the same as those for Honors Analytical Physics I:

1) an Iclicker (for class participation)

2) a copy of the book Halliday, Resnick, Walker: Fundamentals of Physics (earlier editions are fine)

3) a license for the online homework software WebAssign (otherwise you will not be able to do the homework! )

Webassign class key is

rutgers 5607 1563

Instructors

Prof. Karin Rabe (lectures)

kmrabe@physics.rutgers.edu

Serin 265

office hours:

Sundays 6PM-7:30 PM in ARC 110

recitation instructors:

Hardik Routray hardik.routray@rutgers.edu (H1 M 0320P-0440 BUS SEC-220, H2 M 0640P-0800 BUS SEC-220)

Mai Ye mye@physics.rutgers.edu (H3 F 0140P-0300 BUS SEC-204, H4 F 0500P-0620 BUS SEC-204)

Nov 18: SECOND HOUR EXAM 6:10-7:30 PM in SEC 111 (Ch. 26-29, first half of 30) -- no recitations the previous Friday and following Monday

FOR PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR EXAM 2, SEE THE LINK ABOV

EXAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR EXAM 1 ARE HERE. YOU CAN CHECK YOUR ANSWERS HERE.

Syllabus for 227H is now posted at the link above: NOTE IN PARTICULAR THE HOUR EXAM TIMES AND LOCATIONS:

SUNDAY Nov 18: SECOND HOUR EXAM 6:10-7:30 PM in SEC 111 (Ch. 26-30) -- no recitations the previous Friday and following Monday

FOR PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR EXAM 1, SEE THE LINK ABOVE.

RECITATION HANDOUT FOR WEEK 2

Recitations will begin Friday, September 7. The two recitations on Fridays and the two on the following Mondays cover the same material. There will be no quiz in the first recitation (Friday 9/7 and Monday 9/10); if you cannot go to your scheduled recitation this week because of a schedule conflict with the hackathon or because of Rosh Hashanah, you should go to a different recitation if you can, or get notes from another student in the recitation if you cannot.

Prof. Rabe's office hours are on Sundays in ARC 110 from 6:00-7:30 PM. It's very informal: we will either work through problems I select, or any questions/problems that students bring and want to discuss. WE WILL START WITH OFFICE HOURS THIS SUNDAY, 9 SEPTEMBER, FROM 6:00 TO 7:00 PM (note early end).

I am sorting out the IClicker system. If you own an IClicker, register it for the class https://www1.iclicker.com/register-clicker/ (we are using iClicker Classic and we are not using an LMS). If you have an account for IClicker in your IOS or Android IClicker Reef app or on the web, please join the course (choose Rutgers University New Brunswick and type phy to find the course) on Thursday before class. If you don't already have a subscription, take advantage of the trial period (the subscription for app/web is $14.99 for six months, $23.99 for a year). Please bring your clicker/smartphone/laptop to class and have it out and ready to go at the beginning of the lecture.

IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO, ENROLL IN THE CLASS ON WEBASSIGN

https://www.webassign.net/login.html

our class key is rutgers 5607 1563 (this is now the correct number)

The first homework assignment is now up. This first assignment will be due THURSDAY 13 September at 11:59 PM in light of the weekend hackathon and Rosh Hashanah.

The slides from the first two lectures are now available (see 2nd link at the top of the page).

The syllabus and exam dates are coming. Some of the information on this page needs to be checked and will be corrected as we go.

Course Information

The course meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:55-2:50 PM in the Physics Lecture Hall, with one recitation session per week.

The main goal of the course is to give students a solid grounding in electromagnetism at an elementary level, combining an understanding of the main principles and techniques, the ability to solve problems, and mastery of relevant mathematics appropriate to an honors level course. We will accomplish this through systematic study of the required textbook

Necessary materials for the course are the same as those for Honors Analytical Physics I:

1) an Iclicker (for class participation)

2) a copy of the book Halliday, Resnick, Walker: Fundamentals of Physics (earlier editions are fine)

3) a license for the online homework software WebAssign (otherwise you will not be able to do the homework! )

Webassign class key is

rutgers 5607 1563

Instructors

Prof. Karin Rabe (lectures)

kmrabe@physics.rutgers.edu

Serin 265

office hours:

Sundays 6PM-7:30 PM in ARC 110

recitation instructors:

Hardik Routray hardik.routray@rutgers.edu (H1 M 0320P-0440 BUS SEC-220, H2 M 0640P-0800 BUS SEC-220)

Mai Ye mye@physics.rutgers.edu (H3 F 0140P-0300 BUS SEC-204, H4 F 0500P-0620 BUS SEC-204)

This page is maintained by Karin Rabe.