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Preparatory Physics: PH100-8P, 2006 SpringCourse Information This is a one-semester introduction into how to solve
simple kinematics and dynamics problems, utilizing basic algebra
trigonometry, vectors and other mathematical tools.
This course may not be used to satisfy Area III of Core Curriculum.
Prerquisites MA106: Pre-Calculus Trigonometry Textbook
Course Schedule View Final Scorecard (May 7, 2006) View Final Class Ranking (May 7, 2006) Messages from the Instructor - Final Exam: Class average=61.3, Highest score=97 (two students).
See your scores and grade and class ranking. - Final Sample Problems
- Test 3 Solutions (Access limited to who took the test.)
- Test 3 has been graded. Class average=72. See your scorecard and class ranking.
- Final Sample Problems
- Homework Set #10 Solution
**Final comprehensive exam will be held on 5/3 (Wed) at 7:00PM in UBOB 108.**- The due date of homework set 9 has been extended to 4/24 (Mon), 23:59.
- Test 3 Example Problems
- Test3 is postponed to April 26.
**Classroom Change: Starting from April 5 (Wed), class will meet in UBOB 108**- Homework Set #7 Solution (3/17)
- Homework Set #6 Solution (3/17)
- Test 2 Example Problems
- Vector worksheet solution
- Test2 is postponed to March 22
- Example Test1
- Homework Set #5 Solution (1/25)
- Homework Set #3 Solution (1/25)
- Test #1 will be held at 8:00 PM on Feb. 1. A help session begins at 7:00PM. (1/25)
- The first class will meet at 7:00PM on January 11, 2006 as scheduled.
Test and Final Exam Three tests and one comprehensive final exam will be given. No textbook nor notebook is allowed in the tests and exam. One letter-size hand-written information sheet is allowed. You can write down mathematical formulae, laws and priciples of physics, physical formulae, physical contants, and other concepts related to physics and mathematics on the information sheet. However, you are not allowed
to write solutions of any problem including homework problems, example problems
in textbook. A calculator may be used during exam.
A make-up test may be given if unforeseen problems should happen. However,
no more than one test can be made up. You must notify the instructor within a
day or two of the exam day
with a written reason for the make-up.
Homework Homework are electronically processed via an internet website: http://capa.phy.uab.edu/ In order to solve homework problems, you need internet access and a web browser. Homework due is strictly enforced by computer. You are strongly advised to start homework as soon as it is assigned. Grading Course grade is determined based on three tests (15 pts. each), final exam (30 pts.), and Homework (25 pts.) Go to CAPA
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