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General Physics 203 Spring 2018 www.physics.rutgers.edu/~croft/ Instructor:Prof. Mark Croft/Serin W113/848-445-8746/croft-AT-physics.rutgers.edu/MW 6:55-7:50 PM Text: 4th Edition. Vol 1. of Physics by J. S. Walker (ISBN 9780321597519),(Peaeson Education, Inc./Prentice Hall;Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458) Note this text should be available used. My copy looks like Recitations: Leonardo Santana (Course Assist.) PIC [ santana-AT-physics.rutgers.edu, ARC239] Office Hr.= Thurs. 5:00-6:30 pm ARC239 Yssavo Camacho PIC[camacho-AT-physics.rutgers.edu, Serin 331] Office Hrs.= Thurs. 10am-12pm Serin 331 Vaibhav Dwivedi PIC [dwivedi-AT-physics.rutgers.edu, Serin W207] Office Hr.= Fri. 11am-1pm Serin W207 sec index day-time place instr. sec index day-time place instr. 01 00301 M 10:35-11:30am SEC-206 Camacho 06 02259 M 5:15-6:10pm SEC-205 Santana 02 02031 M 12:15-1:10pm SEC-206 Dwivedi 07 02399 M 5:15-6:10pm SEC-208 Camacho 03 02032 M 12:15-1:10pm SEC-207 Camacho 08 02520 T 3:35-4:30pm SEC-216 Dwivedi 04 02033 M 1:55-2:50pm ARC-205 Santana 09 03659 T 5:15-6:10pm SEC-206 Dwivedi 05 02258 M 3:35-4:30pm SEC-208 Dwivedi 11 03305 M 8:25-9:20pm SEC-210 Santana 12 03497 M 8:25-9:20pm SEC-212 Camacho VIEW YOUR GRADES Note:Involves entering your RU Net ID and CAS password. click here for homework solutions directory [get password info in lecture]. Note: problems listed, and solutions posted after recitation. click here for lecture note directory Note: lec1-....pdf means lecture of week 1 in pdf format Exam 1 formulas Exam 2 formulas Final Exam formulas !!Announcements: ------------------------------------- 000] EXAMS Exam 1 Sun. Feb. 25 8:10-9:30 PM: Makeup Mon. Feb. 26 begin 6:30 PLH Exam 2 Sun. Apr. 8 8:10-9:30 PM: Makeup Mon. Apr. 9 begin 6:30 PLH Final Tues. May 8 4:00-7:00 PM: Makeup Final EXAM Wed. May 9, 10 AM :meet at Prof. Croft's Office, Serin 113 -------------- Announcement: Exam 1 Sun. Feb. 25 8:10-9:30 PM on chapters 1,2,3,4,5,6-part (All questions about final are to be asked in lecture) Location=ARC 103 Location=Phys. Lec. Hall Sec Instructor Sec Instructor 01 Camacho 04 Santana 03 Camacho 06 Santana 07 Camacho 11 Santana 12 Camacho 02 Dwivedi 05 Dwivedi 08 Dwivedi 09 Dwivedi Exam 1 [Makeup Mon. Feb. 26 begin 6:30 PLH] Note: No graphing calculators or formula storage calculators allowed. Note: All questions about exams or exam questions should be asked in lecture. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 00] Physics Dept. Tutors Rutgers Peer-tutoring 1] Winter weather Rutgers class status link 2] Note the exam dates and times. 3] Recitation Quizzes are a major part of the grade! Do not miss them !! 4] Lecture Notes in the lecture note directory linked above. 5] Students may go to any office hr. in the course. The instructor's pictures are accessible by clicking on their names. Lectures Schedule (subject to revisions) Week/Lecture Day-Date Topic Reading: Chapter 1/1 W Jan.17, Intro and math concepts Ch 1, Ch 3, App. A 2/2 M Jan.22, Math concepts:Kinematics in 1D Ch 2;Ch 3, App. A: 2/3 W Jan.24, Kinematics in 1D Ch 2 const. acc. demo bowlingball-incline demo Galileo's Ball on incline 3/4 M Jan.29, Kinematics in 1D & 2D Ch 4 Projected vs. dropped ball comparison. 3/5 W Jan.31, Kinematics in 2D "Shoot the Monkey" analysis "Shoot the Monkey" discussion "WWI naval cannon question" Trajectories Projectile Motion Projectile Motion vary friction. 4/6 M Feb. 5, Forces and Newton's Laws(NL) Ch 5,Ch 6(not Circ. Mot.) human rocket demo Force/reaction-force demo video. balloon force/reaction force demo Table cloth and dishes 4/7 W Feb. 7, Forces and Newton's Laws Ch 6 Good Hume & Ivey reference frames video 5/8 M Feb.12, NL-Applications/Circular motion Ch 6 centrifugal force demo> wine-glass-waiters tray demo 5/9 W Feb.14, Circular motion/Work and Energy Ch 6,Ch 7 6/11 M Feb.19, Work and Energy/Pot. Energy Ch 7,Ch 8 Spring & SHM pendulum/energy demo> 6/12 W Feb.21, Energy Cont.: Impulse and momentum Ch 8,Ch 9 Air-track simulation. Elephant gun-pistol recoil 9.4 times 30-06 7/ Sun. Feb. 25 , EXAM#1: (8:10-9:30 PM) on chapters 1,2,3,4,5,6-part (Further discussion of items on/not-on test discussed in lecture only.) 7/13 M Feb.26, NO LECUTRE BUT GO TO RECITATION 7/13 M Feb.26, EXAM#1 6:30 Makeup PLH 7/13 W Feb.28, Impulse and momentum/Rotational kin. Ch 9,Ch 10 cannon recoil in movie 8/14 M Mar. 5, Rotational kinematics/dynamics Ch 10,Ch 11 right hand rule for rotation 8/15 W Mar. 7, Rotational dynamics Ch 11 ang mom demo-1 ang mom demo-2 rotation demo Torque-rotation video force direction (torque)/rotation 9/ SPRING BREAK Mar. 10 - 18 Read Ch 12 and Ch 13 10/16 M Mar.19, Rotational dynamics/Gravity Ch 12 Moments of Inertia Newton's Mountain Gravity simulation-solar system 10/17 W Mar.21, Gravity/Oscillations Ch 13 Spring & SHM 11/18 M Mar.26, Oscillations Harmonic & CircularMotion Simulation friction-case-study 11/19 W Mar.28, Oscillations/Waves Ch 14 Resonance Theory Simulation resont glass shattering demo Tacoma Narrows Bridge 12/20 M Apr. 2, Waves & Sound Ch 14 Earthquake Video 12/21 W Apr. 4, Waves & Sound Ch 14 Pulse propagation-reflection SH wave propagation-reflection-interference-standing wave Earthquake Video 13/ Sun. Apr.8 , EXAM#2 (8:10-9:40 PM) on chapters 6,7,8,9,10,11 (Further discussion of items on/not-on test discussed in lecture only.) 13/ M Apr. 9, NO LECUTRE BUT GO TO RECITATION 13/22 M Apr. 9, EXAM#2 Makeup PLH 6:30 13/23 W Apr.11, Fluids Ch 15 buoyancy discussion beans/ball demo Ducks-buoyancy density demo Bernoulli effect discussion Bernoulli ball demo Bernoulli effect & train ride. 14/24 M Apr.16, Fluids & Intro. to Temperature Ch 16 pressure demo can crush demo LN2 pressure demo nail bed demo 14/25 W Apr.18, Temperature/Heat & Phases Ch 17 Kenetic Theory Simulation constrained explosion 15/26 M Apr.23, Phases and Phase Changes/Thermo Ch 18 States_of_Matter Simulation Gas_Properties Simulation 15/27 W Apr.25, Thermodynamics Ch:17 P:5,25,27,33 This happens when you don't properly vent a sealed storage tank b 16/27 M Apr.30, Thermodynamics Ch 18 Homework discussed P:3,10,23(what is T change),36,47,66 !!!Cumulative Final Exam Tues. May 8 4:00-7:00 PM: Makeup Final EXAM Wed. May 9, 10 AM :meet at Prof. Croft's Office, Serin 113 RECITATION/HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS (from Walker, 4th Ed., Vol. 1.)
(subject to revisions)Recitation Schedule Wk/Rec. Day Date Class Assignment (CQ=Concptual Questions & P=Problems) 2/1 M Jan.22/T Jan.23 Ch1: CQ:; P: 8,26,31a,35,51 (No Quiz) Ch3: CQ:2; P: 5,12,20,37,42,60 3/2 M Jan.29/T Jan.30 Ch2: CQ: P: 3,15,33,42,44,46,56,74,81,90,107 4/3 M Feb. 5/T Feb. 6 Ch4: CQ:; P: 10,11,19,23,29,43,49,75,86 5/4 M Feb.12/T Feb.13 Ch5: CQ:; P: 5,20,30,36,39,49 Ch6 P: 20,23,37,44!,45!,47!,48 6/5 M Feb.19/T Feb.20 Ch6 P: 4,43,44,46,37,67,71,73,90 Ch7: P: 1,4,12,19,21,24,32,46 7 Sun. Feb. 25 , EXAM#1: (8:10-9:40 PM) on chapters 1,2,3,4,5,6-part (Further discussion of items on/not-on test discussed in lecture only.) 7/6 M Feb.26/T Feb.27 Ch:8 P: 9,26,28,30,36,40,47,97 (No Quiz) 8/7 M Mar. 5/T Mar. 6 Ch:9 P: 4,13,22,24,32,37,36,50,68 9/ SPRING BREAK Mar. 10 - 18 Read Ch 12 and Ch 13 10/8 M Mar.19/T Mar.20 Ch:10 P: 6,11,16,31,47,66,72,111 Ch:11 P: 1,10,15,28,48,56,65,66,93 11/9 M Mar.26/T Mar.27 Ch:11 P: 1,10,15,28,48,56,65,66,93 (continued) Ch:12 P: 5,15,20,35,45,48,56 12/10 M Apr. 2/T Apr. 3 Ch:13 P:2,10,14,21,36,50,51,60,69 13/ Sun. Apr.8 TBA , EXAM#2 on chapters 6,7,8,9,10,11 (Further discussion of items on/not-on test discussed in lecture only.) 13/11 M Apr. 9/T Apr.10 Ch:14 P:1,5,17,23,57,68,69,75,76 (No Quiz) 14/12 M Apr.16/T Apr.17 Ch:15 P:3,6,15,22,27,34,46,51 15/13 M Apr.23/T Apr.24 Ch:16 P:33,36,38 Ch:17 P:57,60,67 16/14 M Apr.30 No recitation hwk discussed in Lecture Ch:17 P:5,25,27,33 Ch:18 P:3,10,23(what is T change),36,47,66 !!!Cumulative Final Exam Tues. May 8 4:00-7:00 PM: Makeup Final EXAM Wed. May 9, 10 AM :meet at Prof. Croft's Office, Serin 113 Readings: The weekly reading assignments are listed on the syllabus and should be completed before the corresponding lectures. Homework: Only after organizing in your mind what the chapter is about (the Summary at the end of the Chapter should be useful), should you work on the homework problems. You will best learn the material by first doing the homework on your own. It is also useful to study with other students in the course (not only can you get ideas for those things you didn't understand but explaining the material is perhaps the very best way to truly learn it yourself). Finally selected problems will be discussed in recitation. Solutions to homeworks will be posted on the web. Examinations: Two 90 min. hour exams (HE); and a final (FIN)180 min. exam. The exams are closed book, a formulae sheet will be provided and no other notes are allowed!! The exams are multiple choice. The exam dates are noted on the syllabus. A scientific calculator with the following specifications is requited for the exams. 1) The calculator must have no cover or removable backing.. 2) The calculator must have a memory restricted to less than 10 numbers and no formulas. 3.) The calculator should not be a graphing calculator. Having a calculator at the test site that exceeds these specifications is grounds for receiving a 0 on the test with no makeup possible. USE SUCH A CALCULATOR FOR YOUR HOMEWORK FOR PRACTICE. Having a cell phone in sight at any time at the test site is also grounds for receiving a 0 on the test with no makeup possible. (Emergency arrangements should be made with the lecturer and the head proctor at the exam site) One or more no. 2 pencils are required for the exams. Recitation Quizzes: A short quiz, based on recent previous material will be given in recitation (no quiz first week or on weeks of hour exams). A calculator is required. There will be no make-up for quizzes. Grades: The course grade will be determined by your scores on: HE 1 (20%); HE 2 (20%); FIN (40%); recitation quizzes (20%). In determining your quiz recitation grade the two lowest scores will be neglected. Also the recitation quiz contribution to the final grade will be appropriately weighted to compensate for systematic differences in instructors. Math\Science Learning Center (Allison Rd Classroom Bld./Busch Campus/445-3123/3898 This Learning Center typically provides some support services for courses. Help with the technical parts of the homeworks may also be possible. Please contact the center for more information. LRC Tutoring for Physics 203 Tutoring for Physics 203 has typically been available through the in the Learning Resource Centers (LRCs). The web site for the LRCs is https://rlc.rutgers.edu/services/peer-tutoring Students with Disabilities note this site. Selected advanced topics. Differential equations in introductory physics. Friction-case-studies. FOURIER ANALYSIS. Air friction and numerical integration. Air friction analytical. Complex variables and Electrical Impedance. Earth-Moon System. Gauss's Law for uniform sphere. Equipartition of Energy Theorem.