Draw carefully labeled coordinate systems and diagrams, write necessary equations in terms of variables, and show all steps including units Not all topics in each chapter will be covered, as noted above.

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Chapters

13
th

Edition

(TENTATIVE)


Reading and
Practice Problems

Date


ELECTRIC FIELDS

Submit
PP

below
in

CLASS

(see website for ONLINE HW)


DUE




CH. 21A
Electric Charge and Electric

Field (Basic Concepts)

Read sections 21.1, 2, 3, 6;

for Lab #2 read sections 21.6 & 23.4;


PP

Q21.4; and 21.
66



1
-
3
1

TUES

CH. 21B

Electric Charge and Electric

Field (Coulomb's Law is used to

calculate the force on electric charges)

Read sections 21.4, 5, 6

PP Q21.16, Q21.23; and

21.90 (a and b only)


1
-
31

TUES

CH. 22

Gauss's Law (Used to calculate

the value of the electric field)

Read sections 22.1 through 5

PP Q22.5; and 22.
44

(a, c, d only)


2
-
2

THUR

CH. 23

Electric Potential (Related to

potential energy of a charge)

Read sec. 23.1 through 5

PP Q2
3.9; and 23.79 (a and b only)


2
-
9

THUR

CH. 24

Capacitance and Dielectrics
-


and RC Circuits (Energy is stored in

the electric field of a capacitor)

Read sections 24.1 through 4

and (RC circuits) 26.4

P
P Q24.7, Q24.15; and 24.1
7


2
-
1
6

THUR

..
.T1

CH.
25
Current, Resistance, and

Electromotive Force

(The flow of electric charge)

Read sections 25.1 through 25.5

(but omit current density
J
)


PP Q25.15
, Q25.20; and 25.
29


3
-
1

THUR

CH. 26

Direct Current Circuits


(Direct, or constant, current flow

and

analysis of more complicated circuits
)


Read s
ections 26.1 through 5


PP Q26.3, Q26.4, Q26.7; and

26.25
,
26.51

(a, b and c only)


3
-
8

THUR


MAGNETIC FIELDS




CH. 27

Magnetic Field and Magnetic

Forces (Magnetic field exerts a force on

a moving e
lectric charge)

Read sections 27.1 through 9

PP Q27.15; and 27.15


3
-
15

THUR


CH. 28

Sources of Magnetic Field

(Ampere's and Biot
-
Savart’s Laws are

used to calculate the magnetic field)

Read sec. 28.1 through 7

PP Q28.10; and 28.15, 28.46





3
-
22

THUR

…T2

CH. 29

Electromagnetic Induction

(Faraday's Law
-

electric generators)

Read sec. 29.1 through 7

PP Q29.7; and 29.2
5


4
-
12

THUR

CH. 30

Inductance (Energy is stored in

the magnetic field of an inductor or coil)

Read sec. 30.2 through 6

PP Q30.12; and 30.3
6


4
-
19

THUR

CH. 31

Alternating Current (Alternating,

or changing the direction of current)

Read sec. 31.1 through 6

PP Q31.9, Q31.16; and 31.
2
3


4
-
2
6

THUR

CH. 32

Electromagnetic Waves

(Maxwell's equations
-

the basic

equations o
f electromagnetic theory)

Read sections 32.1, 2, 3

PP Q32.3


5
-
3

THUR

Draw carefully labeled coordinate systems and diagrams, write necessary

equations in terms of variables, and show all steps including units

Not all topics in each chapter will b
e covered, as noted above.

Chapters
12
th

Edition

(TENTATIVE)


Reading and Practice Problems

Date


ELECTRIC FIELDS

Submit PP

below in CLASS

(see website for ONLINE HW)


DUE



CH. 21A
Electric Charge and Electric

Field (Basic Concepts)

Rea
d sections 21.1, 2, 3, 6;

for Lab #2 read sections 21.6 & 23.4;


PP Q21.4; and 21.72


1
-
31

TUES

CH. 21B

Electric Charge and Electric

Field (Coulomb's Law is used to

calculate the force on electric charges)

Read sections 21.4, 5, 6

PP Q21.16, Q21.23; a
nd

21.90 (a and b only)


1
-
31

TUES

CH. 22

Gauss's Law (Used to calculate

the value of the electric field)

Read sections 22.1 through 5

PP Q22.5; and 22.42 (a, c, d only)


2
-
2

THUR

CH. 23

Electric Potential (Related to

potential energy of a charge)

Rea
d sec. 23.1 through 5

PP Q23.9; and 23.79 (a and b only)


2
-
9

THUR

CH. 24

Capacitance and Dielectrics
-


and RC Circuits (Energy is stored in

the electric field of a capacitor)

Read sections 24.1 through 4

and (RC circuits) 26.4

PP Q24.7, Q24.15; and 2
4.15


2
-
16

THUR

...T1

CH. 25
Current, Resistance, and

Electromotive Force

(The flow of electric charge)

Read sections 25.1 through 25.5

(but omit current density
J
)


PP Q25.14, Q25.20; and 25.31


3
-
1

THUR

CH. 26
Direct Current Circuits


(Direct, or c
onstant, current flow and

analysis of more complicated circuits)


Read sections 26.1 through 5

PP Q26.3, Q26.4, Q26.7; and

26.21,
26.49 (a, b and c only)


3
-
8

THUR


MAGNETIC FIELDS




CH. 27

Magnetic Field and Magnetic

Forces (Magnetic field ex
erts a force on

a moving electric charge)

Read sections 27.1 through 9

PP Q27.15; and 27.15


3
-
15

THUR


CH. 28

Sources of Magnetic Field

(Ampere's and Biot
-
Savart’s Laws are

used to calculate the magnetic field)

Read sec. 28.1 through 7

PP Q28.10; and

28.13, 28.38




3
-
22

THUR

…T2

CH. 29

Electromagnetic Induction

(Faraday's Law
-

electric generators)

Read sec. 29.1 through 7

PP Q29.7; and 29.23


4
-
12

THUR

CH. 30

Inductance (Energy is stored in

the magnetic field of an inductor or coi
l)

Read sec. 30.2 through 6

PP Q30.12; and 30.32


4
-
19

THUR

CH. 31

Alternating Current (Alternating,

or changing the direction of current)

Read sec. 31.1 through 6

PP Q31.9, Q31.16; and 31.29


4
-
26

THUR

CH. 32

Electromagnetic Waves

(Maxwell's equatio
ns
-

the basic

equations of electromagnetic theory)

Read sections 32.1, 2, 3

PP Q32.3; and 32.3


5
-
3

THUR

Draw carefully labeled coordinate systems and diagrams, write necessary

equations in terms of variables, and show all steps including units

Not all topics in each chapter will be covered, as noted above.