ESSENTIALS OF PHYSICS
ESSENTIALS OF PHYSICS PHYS 100
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you are here We will cover a wide variety of topics in what might seem like fairly rapid succession for some of you I don t expect you to know much about physics or mathematics though if you do it s a bonus I do expect you to be willing to read listen and learn Although this course is predominantly qualitative in nature and has no formal mathematical prerequisite a comprehension of high school general math is expected You will encounter some remedial math in this class This is simply unavoidable in this or any science class We will have to examine some graphs There is simply no other way to describe things quantitatively in science that is not impossibly clumsy If you attend class regularly pay attention during lectures participate in class discussion read the textbook before coming to class and put forth a reasonable amount of effort I believe that you will find this course rewarding and not very difficult Professor Valeria Starovoitova Office 109A Physical Science Building email starvalephysicsisuedu Of ce Hours MTWTh 3 pm 330 pm and by appointment Text Conceptual Physics by PGHewitt 10th edition Website Check the website for lecture notes and announcements httpwwwphysicsisuedu7Estarvale100 Grading Your final grade will be a result of 2 hourly exams 50 points each a final 100 points and homework 80 points Final grades will be based upon the following scale A 250 and above B 210 and above C 180 and above D 140 and above Tentative dates of the exams June 3rd June 24 h No makeup exams will be given If you have an official excuse please let me know as soon as possible Academic integrity A vital part of your college experience is developing a good set of personal and professional ethics We as faculty are painfully aware that a good number of you view college as a means to an end and ethical lapses as at best necessary to level the playing field and at worst only bad if you get caught We know all of this because it s what you tell us when you do get caught No matter how prevalent you think cheating is it is simply wrong for you to either participate in it or not to report those you know are doing it Please be forewarned that your instructor lab supervisor and the Department of Physics all take an extremely dim view of cheating Everything in the structure of this course is designed to help you succeed on your own with a good honest effort What constitutes cheating Basically if you have to ponder the ethics of what you are doing you are probably already over the line If you are unclear about what constitutes cheating please either ask me or consult the ISU student handbook http39lwvAN isu 39 39 39 handbook Addenda Don t be afraid of asking questions in class or to email me with questions or comments about anything on your mind My office door is generally open If you are having a problem with this course or with anything else for that matter do not hesitate to come by I hope that you all do well Best of luck 12May 13May 14May 15May 19May 20May 21May 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