- Syllabus section 03 , section 04
- Here is a copy of the term schedule from my office door.

TA Section 03: M,R: Joseph Casey jfc6894@rit.edu, W,F: Robert Karl rmk8445@rit.edu

TA Section 04: Timothy Pullian txp2699@rit.edu

Lab Make-up TA: (Fridays 12-1:45 PM in room GOS-3178). Jon Beaumariage jcb1853@rit.edu

Magic Grade Calculator. Use this spreadsheet to track your progress and estimate your grade in the course.

Reminder: The Final Exam (2hrs) is 6:00 PM Tuesday Nov 13th in Room GOS-1250.

Here's a copy of the formula sheet you'll be given during the tests and the Final, if you'd like to look it over ahead of time. It includes a table of moments of inertia. Do not bring your own, it will be included with the tests.

Much of what we do in Phys II builds upon concepts developed in Phys I. If you need a quick review of something, try the Lecture notes for 369. (Also available from my main homepage).

We'll be using the Activities Manual for Phys 312 and 389, but I'll be introducing some extra sheets for Phys 389, so I'll keep a running list of the sheets used here for reference, with links to the ones that are not in the Course Manual.

- 1A: Summary Sheet (fill out as we go), Circular Reasoning
- 1B: Numbers, Measuring Pi
- 1C: Pulley and Mass Problems, Math Background, Quiz
- 1D: Moment of Inertia Introduction, finished Pulley and Mass Problems
- Quick Summary of Week 1
- 2A: R.H. Rules, Cross Products, Moments of Inertia, Part I, Prelab Exercise
- 2B: Lab #1 Part I Data Sheet
- 2C: Rolling and Ramps, Uncertainty Exercise, Quiz
- 2D: Lab #1 Part II Data Sheet
- Quick Summary of Week 2
- 3A: Pulley and Mass Practice
- 3B: Parallel-Axis Practice
- 3C: 1-d Moment of Inertia Integrations, Swinging Rods, Quiz
- 3D: 2-d and 3-d Moment of Inertia Integrations
- Quick Summary of Week 3
- 4A: Angular Momentum Introduction
- 4B: Angular Momentum Problems, Ball Drop
- 4C: Forces on Extended Bodies (Statics), Quiz
- 4D: Statics problems, Physics Cranes
- Quick Summary of Week 4
- 5A: Linear Elasticity (Stress-Strain Equation)
- 5B: Simple Harmonic Motion
- 5C: Physical Pendulum, Torsion Pendulum, Quiz
- 5D: Lab #2 Simple Harmonic Motion
- Quick Summary of Week 5
- 6A: Physical Pendulum Activity
- 6B: More Simple Harmonic Motion Problems
- 6C: Introduction to Waves, Adding Waves, Quiz
- 6D: More Waves
- Quick Summary of Week 6
- 7A: Comparing Waves on a String and Sound, C&D Interference
- 7B: Beat Frequencies, More Sound Problems
- 7C: Doppler Effect, Decibel Scale, Quiz
- 7D: Waves on a String Minilab
- Quick Summary of Week 7
- 8A: Waves on a Rod
- 8B: Light, Reflection and Refraction
- 8C: Refraction Problems, Quiz
- 8D: Thin Lens Minilab
- Quick Summary of Week 8
- 9A: Double Slit Experiment
- 9B: Multiple Slits and Diffraction Gratings
- 9C: Single-slit Diffraction, Interference Problems, Quiz
- 9D: Lab #3: Measuring with Diffraction
- Quick Summary of Week 9
- 10A: Thin Films
- 10B: Polarization, Malus' Law
- 10C: Interferometers, Interference Problems, Quiz
- 10D: Course Review
- Quick Summary of Week 10

**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.

- Lecture 1.pdf
- Lecture 2.pdf
- Lecture 3.pdf
- Lecture 4.pdf
- Lecture 5.pdf
- Lecture 6.pdf
- Lecture 7.pdf
- Lecture 8.pdf
- Lecture 9.pdf
- Lecture 10.pdf
- Lecture 11.pdf
- Lecture 12.pdf
- Lecture 13.pdf
- Lecture 14.pdf

*This page maintained by Greg Trayling. Last modified Nov 9th, 2012.
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