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Phys 51, Sec. 5 1class number: 28118)
General Physics - Electricity and Magnetism
Spring 2015
Lecture hours: Mon., Wed., 5:30 pm-6:45 pm, Sci 253
Prerequisite: PHYS 50 or PHYS 70, MATH 31, both with grades of "C-" or better.
Instructor..L.Lam,Office: Rm. Sci 303. Tel.: eAU924-526I.Officehours: Mon., Wed., 6:45pm-7:45
pm, or by appointment.
Course description: Physics 51 is the second semester course in calculus based physics for science and
engineering students. Principal topics include electric and magnetic fields; Coulomb's, Gauss's, Ampere's,
and naraday laws. The conclusion derived from these laws lead to Maxwell's equations and the properties
of electromagnetic radiation. The course also examines dc and ac circuit theory, and properties of
capacitors and dielectrics.
In the exams, students are expected to know the definitions of physical terms. derivation of some important
equatiens, as well as solving problems.
Students are expected to attend every lecture (and earn points toward "participation").
Required text: Sears andZemansky's (lniversiQ Physics,I3th Edition, Volume 2, by H.D. Young and
R.A. Freedman (Addison-Wesley, 2008).
Laboratory: The lab must be taken concurrently with the lecture. There is no separate grade for the lab.
You must pass the lab (in this semester) to receive a grade for Phys. 71.
Emergencies and Evacuations If you hear a continuous alarm, or are told to evacuate by Emergency Coordinators
(colored badge identities), walk quickly to the nearest exit via stairways (at the end of each hall). DO NOT USE
THE ELEVATOR. Take your personal belongings, as you may not be immediately allowed to return. Follow
instructions of Emergency Coordinators. Be quiet so you can hear. Once outside, move away from the building. Do
not return to the building unless the Police or Emergency Coordinators announce that it is permissible.
Homework:
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Solutions to homework will be posted online, for two weeks, after it is submitted.
Learn the examples assigned thoroughly in every chapter before you do your homework.
Tentative Schedule: Homework is assigned from the textbook, and will be collected on due dates shown in table (to
be provided later). We don't accept late home work.
Due dates for home works
Do not hand in those starting with E (they are examples with solutions given in text). Hand in the rest, on time.
If you want to practice with more, try the odd-number problems (solutions at end of book) near those assigned.
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Monday
Wednesday
1126 First lecture
2t2 HW Ch 21 (821.1,F,21.4,821.8,21.29.21.69,21 .86)
2t9 HW Ch 22 (E22.3,E22.5,E22.8.22.2.22.45,22.61)
2/16
HW Ch 23 (E23.r, F,23.4, E23.13, 23.5, 23.30, 23.46)
HW Ch 24 (824.2, 824.6, E24.10, 24.33, 24.63, 24.66)
Exam 1(Ch. 21-24)
2123
3/2
t/28
2t4
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2/18
2t25
3t4
319
3/tt
3
3/18
Review Exam 1
HW Ch 26 (826.1, 826.3, E26.6, 26.67, 26.',7 8, 269 1)
3123 No class (Sprins Break)
3/30 HW Ch 27 (E27.r.F'27.5,827.1,27.9.27.30,27.46)
HW Ch 28 (E28.1,828.4,E28.9, 28.37, 28.45, 28.64)
4lL3 HW Ch 29 (829.1, E29.6,E29.9, 29.52, 29.60, 29.7 1)
ft6
4t6
4/20
4t27
HW Ch 30 (E30.1, E30.5,F'30.7.30.36,30.58, 30.61)
HW Ch 31 (E31.4.E31.5, E31.8,3l .12.31.27,31.37)
5t4
5nl
5/18
HW Ch 25 (E25.1,E25.2,825.6,
25.65,25.80, 25.97)
3125
No class (Sorins Break)
4tI
4t8
4ll5
4/22
Exam 2 (Ch.25-28)
Review Exam2
4t29
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5ll3
Last lecture
Final Exam (Ch 21-3 I , 5: 15 pm-7:30 pm)
Exam: There will be fwo hourly'exams.l.lo make-up exarrrs will be givenl
Each exam will be based on problems similar to those assigned as lromework. Questions involve definitions,
derivations, and problem solving. A student can bring in one 3" x 5" card, with whatever the student wants to write
there. Furthermore, students are encouraged to bring in a hand-held calculator with memory.
Final: May. 18,2015. Mon.- 5:15
pmr-7:30 pm. Sci253. A student can bring in one 8112. x 11" page with
whatever the student wants to write there on one side onl), (or two 3" x5" cards with two sides of each card written).
Students are encouraged to bring in a hand-held calculator with memory.
MUST use large-size green/blue books (available from Spartan Book Store) in Exams and Final.
Participation: Points willbe assigned based on attendance.
Grades: (Only the total grade at the end of the semester
will
be curved.)
Max. srade
Homework
Exam
20%
Exam 2
Final
20%
30%
t0%
1
Participation
200A
Rough estimates only (the actual grade will be determined after "curving"):
90%z)A 80%x)B 70%:)c 60%>D
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