LECTURES: All lectures are in 109 Nicholson Hall.
SEC. 4 SCHEDULE WITH
DOWNLOADABLE LECTURES HERE!
hours: TTh, 12:00N–1:00PM, 453
(other times by appointment made in
advance by email)
Chen, 265 Nicholson Hall
Liu, 133 Nicholson Hall
Seshadreesan, 430 Nicholson Hall
Wu, 265 Nicholson Hall
Office hours: TUE
12:00N–5:30PM, in 102 Nicholson (Physics Tutoring Lab)
(other times by appointment made in advance by email)
TEXT: The 8th edition of
"Fundamentals of Physics" by Halliday, Resnick and Walker. The LSU
bookstore sells a special version of this edition called PHYS2102.
Bundled with this book is an access code
for WebAssign, the PLUS version. If you have purchased the whole 8th
edition you will have to purchase your
WebAssign access separately.
A homework assignment consisting of 15-20
problems and a few questions from the text will be assigned on
once per week. It will be due on Wednesdays at 2:00 AM. Your
login name will be your PAWS login
name, and your password will be your LSU ID number. The first
available on WebAssign and is due January
29th at 2AM.
tutoring is offered in Nicholson 102 and Middleton 141. The
hours are posted here.
Up to 900 minutes of free online tutoring offered here through your PAWS
Private tutors (not
free) can be found here.
College of Engineering, Diversity Programs, free tutoring, in 2223 Patrick F.
Taylor Hall, with hours here.
Academic Center for Student-Athletes, Student
Learning Program and free
tutoring in Tutorial
Exam I: 6:00–7:00PM
THU 11 FEB 2010
Exam II: 6:00–7:00PM
THU 11 MAR 2010
Exam III: 6:00–7:00PM THU
15 APR 2010
FINAL: 7:30–9:30AM TUE 11 MAY
2010 DESIGN 103
Exam Solutions: Will be posted on the Main PHYS2102
THERE WILL BE NO MAKE-UP EXAMS. If you
have to miss an exam and you have a valid
and documented excuse, as per LSU Student
Policy 22, you
will be allowed to substitute the average grade of
your other exam grades (midterm and final exams) for that of the
|Midterms - 100
|Final Exam - 200 points
|Homework - 50 points
Your numerical grade will be the total number of points you obtain,
divided by 5.5.
Given your numerical grade, your letter grade will be
at least the following:
A: 90–100 B: 80–89 C: 60–79 D: 50–59 F: <50