This is where I will post all course related materials including take home tests and assignments on snow days.

Please make ita habit to check it daiily, seven days a week.

This is a very tentative schedule and will be revised regularly. It should help you pace yourself. EOO=4n+1, n=0,1,2,…Due Date |
Chapter |
Topics |
Assignment |

Summer Assignment | Chapter 1 | Preliminaries | All examples, EOO |

Summer Assignment | Chapter 2 | Mathematical Background | All examples, EOO |

Summer Assignment | Chapter 3 | Kinematics 1D | All examples, EOO |

Summer Assignment | Chapter 4 | Kinematics 2D | All examples, EOO |

Summer Assignment | Chapter 5 | Newton's Laws of Motion | All examples, EOO |

Chapter 6 | The Gravitational Force & Field | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 7 | Hooke's Law & SHO | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 8 | Work, Energy, and CWE Theorem | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 9 | Impulse, Momentum, Collisions | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 10 | Spin and Orbital Motion | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 11 | Solids & Fluids | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 12 | Waves | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 13 | Temperature, Heat, Thermodynamics | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 14 | Kinetic Theory | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 15 | The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 16 | Electric Charges, Forces, Field | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 17 | Electric PE and the Potential | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 18 | Circuit Elements, Voltage & Capacitors | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 19 | Electric Current, Resistance, DC Circuits | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 20 | Magnetic Forces and Field | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 21 | Faraday's Law of EM induction | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 22 | Sinusoidla AC Circuit Analysis | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 23 | Geometric Optics | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 24 | Physical Optics | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 25 | The Special Theory of Relativity | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 26 | Modern Physics | All examples, EOO | |

Chapter 27 | An Intro to QM | All examples, EOO | |

April | AP Tests | ||

AP Tests |

Your grades will be based on

- the quality & the quantity of your work
- your effort in and out of the class and
- your overall understanding of the course material

Your assigments must have the following (QQUE) self assessments√ QUALITY √ QUANTITY √ UNDERSTANDING √ EFFORT |
GENERAL POINT DISTRIBUTION for the Cumulative HW Assignments 10 % Neatness
- I should be able to follow your work
- Leave ~3/4" margins
- You are encouraged to reuse paper or use recycled paper
- but all sheets must be the same size
30 % Correctness (this maybe 60% for some assignments)
- "Randomly" selected set of problems will be graded
60 % Completeness (this maybe 30% for some assignments)
- One point per problem or per part
X Yes, you have the solutions to some problems, and, yes, you have to submit them in your own writing! |

And one day, this class will end too … with it, all the pain and agony! Enjoy the course while you can. |