Physics 201 First day lecture note
Physics 201 First day lecture note Physics 201
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Vivian on Thursday September 8, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Physics 201 at University of Wisconsin - Madison taught by Matthew F Herndon in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views.
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Date Created: 09/08/16
Physics 201 09/06/2016 Quiz must be finished within one hour. Due on 11 a.m. on Monday Office hour: Tuesday 1112 a.m., or by appointment Equation sheets are available in exams Labs: bring graph paper TA will have 2 consultation hours per week. 3 websites o Course info: for the course policy and time/date o WebAssign: for the homework o Desire2learn: for quiz, and grades for homework The homework become available at noon today and due by 11 a.m. next Monday Exams: 3 exams, if conflict, contact to have alternate time altogether 50% o Make equation sheets for each exam and bring them in final Homework 20% of grade Understand more than 90% A Absence policy (valid excuses): conflict with university activity, sickness, professional exams, etc. Zero credit course: problem solving PHYSICS Physics in general: understand what we observe in nature theory give precise answer to something and be able the predict in advance Classical: mechanics & motion Quantum mechanics: electrons jump, know the surface of a molecule 3 types of measurement: o Time: atomic oscillations (atomic clock) certain # of oscillation second o Distance: light (c) certain distance o Mass: official bar (kept in France) 1kg +/ 50ng
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