Physics 369, University Workshop Physics IA
FIRST DAY HANDOUTS:
TA Section 03: Jay Howson, Jhowson4@comcast.net
SI Tutor Section 03: Ian Gielar, email@example.com
TA Section 04: Jeremy Van Horn, firstname.lastname@example.org
SI Tutor Section 04: Katelyn Busse, email@example.com
Lab Make-up TA: (Fridays 12-1:45 PM in room GOS-3178). Jon Beaumariage, firstname.lastname@example.org
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and estimate your grade in the course.
Reminder: The Final is Wednesday May 23 2:45-4:45 PM Room: EAS-2000. A formula sheet similar to the
one in the appendix of your workbook will be attached.
SUMMARIES AND WORKSHEETS:
We'll be using the Activities Manual for Phys 311 and 369.
I'll be introducing some extra sheets for Phys 369, so I'll keep a running
list of the topics here for reference with links to sheets used that are not in the Course Manual.
- 1A: Units, mks System, Prefixes, Conversions
- 1B: Uncertainties and Error Analysis, Experimental Numbers,
- 1C: Vectors, Cartesian and Polar Representations, Quiz #1
- 1D: Dot Product, Displacement Vector
- 2A: Velocity, Acceleration, 1-d Equations of Kinematics
- 2B: 1-d Kinematics Problems, Gravitational Acceleration
- 2C: Falling Problems, Quiz #2
- 2D: Ballistics (level ground), Measuring g Experiment
- 3A: Ballistics (varying terrain)
- 3B: Ballistics Lab: Data Tables
- 3C: Uniform Circular Motion (geometric picture), Quiz #3
- 3D: Uniform Circular Motion (component picture)
- 4A: Newton's Three Laws
- Test #1
- 4B: 2nd Law Problems, Cable Tension Experiment
- 4C: 2nd Law Problems with Two Masses, Quiz #4
- 4D: Atwood's Machine Experiment
- 5A: Kinetic Friction Experiment
- 5B: Static Frictional Experiment
- 5C: Friction and 3rd Law Problems, Quiz #5
- 5D: Force on a Spring Lab
- 6A: Rotational 3rd Law Problems
- 6B: Air Resistance Experiment
- 6C: Work-Energy Theorem, Quiz #6
- 6D: Work-Energy Problems, Lifting a Block Lab
- 7A: More Work-Energy Problems
- Test #2
- 7B: Work and Power, Horsepower Experiment
- 7C: Energy in a Spring Problems, Quiz #7
- 7D: Energy in a Spring Experiment
- 8A: Mass on a Spring Lab
- 8B: Gravitational Potential Problems
- 8C: Center of Mass, Quiz #8
- 8D: Conservative and Non-conservative Forces
- 9A: Momentum and Collisions
- 9B: C.O.M. Motion
- 9C: Momentum Problems, Quiz #9
- 9D: Ballistic Pendulum Lab
- 10A: Impulse and Momentum
- 10B: C.O.M. Integrations
- 10C: Universal Law of Gravitation, Quiz #10
- 10D: (Course Review)
COURSE LECTURE NOTES:
I've written out a full set of lecture notes for this course as
a possible study aid and summary of the text. Sometimes seeing things
a little differently helps. It also emphasizes the main points and fills in a few blanks in the text.
Just another service I provide.
Here's some old lecture notes as transparencies back when I used to lecture to several sections at once in the big
lecture hall 8-1250. They're basically the same material, different examples, so I scanned them in as another
possible study aid.
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