Week 8 Homework is first Practice Final Exam

Week 8 Lecture Slides: here.

Week 7 Homework: here.

Week 7 Lecture Slides: here.

Week 6 homework: do this problem as well.

Week 6 homework, do problems on class notes up to 5, 6, 7

Solutions to second version of practice midterm are here

Practice midterm Version II online here

Office hours Sunday Oct 26, Disque 916 3:15 - 5:15pm. (E-mail if you plan to show up so I can let you in.)

Week 4 Homework is Chapter 39: 9 a,b (not c, instead of using 50 GeV information, just use that the Lorentz transform is equal to 97847 in this case), 13, 19 (all three graded), plus challenge problem which is optional.

Week 3 Homework Hints here.

Week 3 Homework Write-up here.

Week 3 Homework:

**Chapter 33**: 45, 47*, 65, 85*

*Challenge problem*: 83

47 and 85 are graded for accuracy

Week 3 in class problems.

Homework:

**Chapter 31**: 29, 31, 41, 53;**Chapter 34**: 21; [Problems 31, 53, and 21 are graded]. Challenge problem: 31-44.

Homework write-up here.Week 2 in-class problems and their solutions are online.

Week 2 lecture notes online.

Week I homework solutions are online

The Physics departement offers Help Sessions that you are encouraged to attend if you are on campus during the day time.

Week 1 homework is now online.

Class notes, along with in-class problems and solutions are online now.

Course meets every Thursday, 7pm to 9:50pm.

This is the third 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.

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.

The Physics department also offers daytime help sessions.

Due to the nature of an evening course, there will be no set office-hours. Instead, the instructor will be available by appointment (tdj28@drexel.edu) in the evenings and some weekend days.