Homework #7 is online now.
Alternative assignment to replace lowest quiz grade is online here. If your score on this is above your lowest of either of the first two quiz grade, it will replace that lowest quiz grade. Your answers should be unique (don't compare/share).
Homework #6 solutions are online now.
Hmwk #6 Hints video online now. A few verbal typos in the first minute--I meant to say the simplest "hydrogen" not "proton", and the particle with one neutron and one proton and one electron is an isotope of hydrogen, not helium.
Homework #6 is online now.
Homework #5 is online now.
Feb 10 class solutions are online now.
Feb 10 class notes are online now.
Homework #4 solutions are online now.
Note about plan ahead: Our March 10 class was planned to be a look at relativity and review for the final. Due to the loss of class Monday, the syllabus is being pushed ahead one week so that the March 10 class will be the March 3 class, and so on. We will not get to cover relativity, but we will come back to it in the third trimester. However, we will have some online lecture notes and a video hint for a homework assignment that is due Monday Feb 9. This is a truncated version of what we would have covered if we had had class.
Video hints for homework due Monday Feb 10 is online now.
Homework #4 is online and ready to be solved. A hint video will be put online sometime Friday.
Hmwk #3 solutions online. This assignment is now an effort-based assignment, please complete it to the best of your ability before reviewing the solutions.
Feb 3 2013: Due to winter storm, Drexel has canceled evening classes. No class tonight. We will make it up as an online class, so check back for videos and assignments.
Hmwk #3 online and ready to be solved.
Take home quiz online and ready to be started.
Hmwk #2 solutions fully typed out.
Hmwk #1 solutions online here.
Third class lecture notes on Capacitors
First graded homework assignment online here. Due Jan 27, 2014.
Lecture 2 notes here.
Homework assigned from textbook due Jan 13 can be found here.Please complete problems 27, 43, 53 from Chapter 21; and problem 33 from Chapter 22.
Lecture slides are online here.
Lecture notes are here.
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.
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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.