Solutions to final exam online here.
Solutions to practice exam online here.
Solutions to final homework set online here.
Practice Final Exam online here.
Quiz 2 Solutions online here.
Quiz due March 11, 2013 is online here.
Homework for Chapter 30:
Problems 3, 19, 29, 33, 39, 47
Lecture notes for Feb. 18, 2013 (Sources of Magnetism, Chapter 30) are online here.
Problems from Chapter 29 (these aren't due--but if you turn in your work they will count as extra credit). Problems: 7, 21, 25, 31, 39. Solutions are typed up here.
Feb. 4, 2013: Homework assigned: Chapter 28: Problems 49, 51, 53, 61, 63 (No problems were assigned from Chapter 27; Chapter 27 and Chapter 28 were one full lecture.)
Chaper 26 Homework problems: 19, 23, 29, 39, 45, 47 (copy can be found here.
Video hints for Quiz 01 is online here. Please note that I have no control over the ads that YouTube places on my videos and they do not represent Drexel University. Also, please be sure to view the video in the highest resolution to ensure that the equations are clear to read.
Quiz 01 (take home) is online here.
A discussion thread for the homework due next week has been created at learning.drexel.edu
Partial outline of class lecture notes for Class 01 can be found in the Lectures link above.
Please fill out the contact form here.
Class 01 Homework Due Jan 14:
Chapter 23: 10, 23, 41, 49
Chapter 24: 18, 22, 25, 30
Course meets every Monday, 7pm to 9:50pm.
This is the second of a three-course sequence teaching fundamental physics to engineering and science majors. Since this is an evening course, the three hour lecture will be a mix of lecture and recitations in which we review homework problems and work on problems together. The instructor will also provide tutorial videos on homework problems.
A PDF copy of the syllabus can be downloaded here. Please refer to this syllabus for the grading plan and important course information.
Lecture notes, homework solutions, video tutorials, and useful links can be found in the menu bar above. Course updates can be found under quick notes at left.
Due to the nature of an evening course, there will be no solid office-hours. Instead, the instructor will be available by appointment. The instructor can meet most evenings on campus (Disque 915), and will also be available for meetings on Google Hangouts, or Skype. Students should always feel free to e-mail the instructor with any questions they might have or for arranging an in-person or online meeting by writing to email@example.com.