If you miss a class, you are responsible for all notes, changes, and announcements made in that class.

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PHYSICS 1112/02
-

Introductory Physics II

TTh 10:00
-
11:15

D
-
156

Fall 201
2


Textbook:


Physics
,
8
th Edition. by Cutnell & Johnson.



Physics Laboratory Manual II (Electricity and Magnetism)





Instructor:

Dr. Russ Patrick

Office: H260f


Phone: 678
-
91
5
-
7282











[rpatrick@spsu.edu]


Tentative Syllabus and Exam Schedule


Week of


Material Covered





Exam Date

8/1
3



Ch. 18
-

Electric Charge

8/2
0



Ch. 18
-

Coulomb's Law





8/2
7



Ch. 18
-

Electric Fields






9/
3



Ch. 19
-

Electric Potential En
ergy and Potential
Thurs. Sept.
6


9/1
0



Ch. 19
-

Capacitance






9/1
7



Ch. 20
-

Electric Circuits





9/2
4



Ch. 21
-

Magnetic Fields I




Thurs. Sept.
27


10/
1
*



Ch. 21
-

Magnetic Fields II







10/
8



Ch. 22
-

Electromagnetic Induction I



1
0/1
5



Ch. 22
-

Electromagnetic Induction II



Thurs. Oct.
18

10/2
2



Ch. 23
-

Alternating Current Circuits

10/
29



Ch. 24
-

Electromagnetic Waves

11/
5



Ch. 25


Reflection





Thurs. Nov.
8


11/1
2



Ch. 26
-

Refraction






11/
19



Ch. 2
6



Optical Syste
ms




11/26



Ch. 2
7



Wave Nature of Light



Tues. Nov. 2
7


12/
3**



Review








Grade Determination




Important Dates

Exams (Best 4) 60
%




*Last day to Withdraw

Thurs. Oct.
4

Quizs



15%




**Last Day of Classes


Monday. Dec.
3

Final Exam


25%





Final Exam



TBA








1)
Attendance Policy:

Attendance for all lectures is strongly encouraged. A large amount of material
will be covered in a short time. Successful completion of this course will require a sustained effort on
your part to keep up

with the material and understand the topics as they are presented.
If you miss a
class, you are responsible for all notes, changes, and announcements made in that class.




2)

Homework:

A list of problems from the text and supplementary problems will be gi
ven out. It is
essential that you try to solve these problems. Some quiz and exam questions may come directly from
the homework assignments or be very similar to these problems.


3) Exams:

There will be five (5) scheduled tests given on the dates shown abo
ve. If all 5 exams are
taken, the lowest exam grade will be dropped.
NO MAKE
-
UP EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN UNDER
ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!

The average of your best 4 exam grades will comprise
6
0% of your final
grade. I will supply a formula sheet for all exams; you shou
ld only bring a calculator and writing
utensils. The exams will be a combination of multiple choice questions and problems.


4)

Labs

-

Previously, this course existed as PHYS
1112
K, which had a linked lab.

Now, there are two
separate courses:

PHYS
1112
L
and PHYS

1112

are mutual co
-
requisites.

You must be signed up for
the lab course in order to take this lecture course, and you must be signed up for this lecture course in
order to take the lab course.

If you drop either the lab or lecture, you must drop

both
.

No lab
exemptions are allowed, regardless of any prior history at SPSU. The only circumstance in which you
could take this course without also taking PHYS
1112
L is if you have previously taken PHYS
1112
L at
another institution and have transferred
the credit for the lab course. [Note:

if your major shows a
requirement for PHYS
1112
K, you are now required to take both PHYS
1112

and PHYS
1112
L.]


5) Final Exam:

The final exam is comprehensive and will comprise 25% of your total grade. It will
consist

of 25 multiple choice questions. A formula sheet will be provided to you. You may bring only
pencils and calculator.


6) Office Hours:
Office Hrs.

MWTh
F
(9:00
-
10:00)
, T(3;00
-
4:00)

and by appointment


7) Academic Dishonesty:
SPSU has an Honor Code and a
new procedure relating to when academic
misconduct is alleged. All students should be aware of them. Information about the Honor Code and
the misconduct procedure may be found at
http://spsu.edu/honorcode/
.


8)

Prerequisites:

Phys1111 or Phys2211 and Math1113 or their equivalent.


9)

We have been asked to include the following in the syllabus: "Students with disabilities w
ho believe
that they may need accommodations in this class are encouraged to contact the counselor working with
disabilities
as soon as possible
to better ensure that such accommodations are implemented in a timely
fashion.


PHYSICS 1112K


PRINCIPLES OF P
HYSICS I

Student learning outcomes will be:


(1)

Students display ability to work quantitatively with introductory
-
level electromagnetic fields

(2)

Students demonstrate a working knowledge of simple dc and ac circuits

(3)

Students have knowledge of ele
ctromagnetic waves at the elementary level


(4)

Students demonstrate working knowledge of geometric optics

(5)

Students have knowledge of physical optics at the elementary level