PHYSICS 1101 Introductory Physics FALL and Winter 2010/2011 Physics 1101: Introduction LECTURE HOURS M/W 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Room ATAC-1001 Physics 1101:Introduction Credit Weight: Full course (3-3,3-3) No Pre-Requisite Co-Requisite: Calculus (Mathematics 1160 or 1180) Calculus-based physics course intended for students in the physical sciences, applied sciences and mathematics. Physics 1101: Introduction INSTRUCTORS FALL TERM WINTER TERM Apichart Linhananta Gautam Das Office: CB 4025 Office: CB 4027 Phone: 343-8016 Phone: 346-7810 E-mail: email@example.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org MESSAGES Departmental Administrative Assistant Kristine Carey Office: CB 4064 Phone: 343-8461 Physics 1101: Introduction OFFICE HOURS Fall Term Apichart Linhananta T/TH – 9:30AM-5:00 pm Office: CB 4025 Additional consultations can be arranged by talking to me after class or by contacting me by phone or E-mail Physics 1101: Labs &Tutorials •Each student is registered in one of lab sections Y1,Y2, and Y3 •Section Y1 is divided into sections Y1A and Y1B •Section Y2 is divided into sections Y2A and Y2B •Section Y3 is divided into sections Y3A and Y3B •Due to the large number of students, some students will be reassigned to different sections. The final lab section assignment will be posted on the course webpage. SECTION DAY TIME LABS Y1(A and B) Tu 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. CB-2010 Y2(A and B) Tu 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. CB-2010 Y3(A and B) Tu 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. CB-2010 •The first labs are on Tuesday 21 September. •The lab schedule will be handed out later Attendance for labs is mandatory ! You must pass the labs component to pass the course Textbook and Lab Manual TEXTBOOK University Physics (12th edition), Young and Freedman MasteringPhysics (MP) Media Package required for Online Assignments and Tutorials. MP is included when you purchase a new textbook, but can also be purchased separately online. LAB MANUAL Experimental Investigations in Introductory Physics, Lakehead University (2010) SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS A hard-cover notebook, with graph paper on the left-hand pages, is required for the laboratory report, and can be purchased from the University’s bookstore. SYLLABUS: Fall Semester Kinematics of Particles Chapters 1-3 Units and Measurements Scalars and vectors Displacement, velocity, acceleration Free-fall motion and projectiles Uniform circular motion SYLLABUS: Fall Semester Particle Dynamics Chapter 4-8 Mass, weight, force Newton’s Laws Friction Kinetic and potential energy Conservation of energy Collisions Linear momentum Conservation of angular momentum SYLLABUS: Fall Semester Rotational Kinematics and Dynamics, and Rigid- Body Problem Chapter 9, 10 and 11 Rotation of rigid bodies Angular momentum Angular acceleration Rotational kinetic energy Work and torque Conservation of angular momentum Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies SYLLABUS: Fall Semester Gravitation: Chapter 12 Newton’s law of gravitation Gravitational potential energy Planets and satellites Kepler’s Law Workload 18-20 Online Assignments Assigned on Monday or Wednesday Due one week later Online access enforced the deadline 10-20 quizzes Given during a randomly chosen lecture period Based on reading assignment from the previous lecture. Two or three simple multiple-choice questions. 10 Laboratory Experiments (5 in each semester) Completed lab reports are due no later than Monday of the following week, and must be submitted in the mail slot outside Room CB 2010 10 Online Tutorials (5 in each semester) Completed tutorials exercises are due at the end of the tutorial class Tests and Exams 4 Tests (2 in each semester) TEST #1: October 6, 2010 TEST #2: November 10, 2010 The dates of TEST #3 and #4 will be announced later 1 Fall term exam TBA (Dec. 8-18, 2010) 1 Final Exam TBA (Apr. 6-16, 2011) Rules and Regulations Students are required to stay in the labs for the full three-hour period, unless they submit a completed lab report before the end of the lab. Assignments, lab reports and tutorial exercises must be submitted on the specified due dates. Late assignments, lab reports and tutorial exercises will NOT be accepted. A grade of 50% or better in the labs component must be achieved to pass the course. Exception to Rules and Regulations Illness (medical certificate required) Exceptional circumstances. Lab and Assignment Coordinator The labs are coordinated by Mr. Jean-Marc Lachaine: Office: CB2008A Phone: 343-8826 E-mail: email@example.com Marking Scheme Evaluation Online Assignments 15% Lab experiments 15% Online tutorials 5% Quizzes 10% Tests (Best 3X5%) 15% Fall Term Exam 20% Final Exam 20% Total 100% Reading Assignment and Quizzes Starting from the first lecture (September 13), there will be a reading assignment that must be completed prior to the next lecture. The reading material assigned during a lecture will be a the topic of discussion for the next lecture. STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE THE ASSIGNED READING!!! There will be randomly occurring quizzes - usually multiple choice - worth 10% of the final mark, on the reading assignment. Online Resources The course outline, assignments, old exams, solutions to exams and assignments, as well as the labs/tutorials section assignments will be posted online: Go to personal webpage of Apichart Linhananta physics.lakeheadu.ca/facNstaff/api/linhan.html Click on Teaching webpage Click on Phys1101 Online Assignments/Tutorials: Mastering Physics The 12th edition of University Physics includes the web- based tool Mastering Physics (shown on the right). Mastering Physics is an online-learning tool that includes tutorials and problem solving exercises. All assignments/tutorials must be done online on the Mastering Physics webpage. Although the assignment questions on a Mastering Physics webpage assignment are the same, the data for will be different for different students. So please BEWARE that everyone will have a slightly different assignment Also BEWARE that once the due date has passed, Mastering Physics will no longer allow access to the assignment. Online Resources: Mastering Physics To access go to the webpage: www.masteringphysics.com/site Click on the New Students icon. Follow the instruction on the page This will eventually take you to a webpage that ask for the access code on the Mastering Physics student access kit. Then you will be asked for your name and student ID. Finally you will need the MasteringPhysics Course ID which is MPLINHANANTA01626 Note: Mastering Physics is available if you purchase a new copy the 12th edition of University Physics, but can also be purchased separately Study Groups A research project on teaching at Harvard University led to a report, published in 1990, that states: ‘In every comparison of how much students learn when they work in small groups with how much they learn either in large groups or when they work alone, small groups show the best outcomes. Students who study in small groups do better than students studying alone.’ RECOMMENDATIONS: Students are encouraged to work in groups. Small study groups of 3 to 6 students are optimum.