LECTURES: All lectures are in 109 Nicholson Hall.
Sec. 2: 11:30
AM-12:20 PM M W F
2 SCHEDULE WITH DOWNLOADABLE LECTURES HERE!
Office hours: M W F 12:20–01:00PM, 453 Nicholson, Email
(Other times by appointment made in advance by email.)
TEXT: Fundamentals of Physics, by Halliday,
Resnick, and Walker, 9th edition (Wiley).
The eBook version is available here
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A homework assignment consisting of 15-20 problems and
a few questions from the text will be assigned on WebAssign once
per week. It will be due on Fridays at 5:00PM. Your login name
will be your PAWS login name, and your password will be your LSU
ID number. The first assignment is available on WebAssign and is
due 11:59PM FRI
29 AUG 2014.
WEB ASSIGN CLASS KEY FOR
SECTION 2: lsu 8181 3713
Free physics tutoring
is offered in Nicholson 102 and Middleton 141. The hours are
The Middleton 141 Schedule of PHYS 2113 Tutors is here.
Up to 900 minutes of free
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Exam I: 6:00–7:00PM TUE 16 SEP 2014 in Cox
Exam II: 6:00–7:00PM TUE 14 OCT 2014 in
Exam III: 6:00–7:00PM TUE 11 NOV 2014 in Cox
Exam Solutions: Will
be posted here and on the Main PHYS2113 Web Page.
Study the problems on gravitation ONLY from Tests 3 & Tests 4
All the rest of the problems will follow the sequence of Tests 1–3
& Final Exam here.
Calculators: During your test, the only
electronic device you may have with you at your seat is a
scientific or graphing calculator. You may not use the
calculator app on your smartphone or tablet. You may
not have your cell phone, tablet, smartphone, PDA, pager,
digital camera, computer, or any other device capable of taking
pictures or video, sending text messages, or accessing the
Internet. This means not just on your person, but also not close
enough to you that you could reach it during the test.
Any student found with such a device during an exam will be
assumed to be violating the LSU Honor Code and will be referred to
the Dean of Students for Judicial Affairs. In addition the
device will be confiscated.
THERE WILL BE NO MAKE-UP EXAMS. If you have to miss an
you have a valid and documented excuse, as per LSU
Student Policy 22, you will be allowed to substitute the
grade on that exam for the average of your other exam grades
(midterm and final exams).
FINAL EXAM: 5:30-7:30PM MON 08 DEC 2014 in Cox
|Midterms - 100 points each
|Final Exam - 200 points
|Homework - 75 points
|In Class Quizzes
- 25 points
Your numerical grade will be the total number of points you
obtain, divided by 6.0.
Given your numerical grade, your letter grade will be at least
B: 75–89 C:
60–74 D: 50–59