University of Minnesota
School of Physics & Astronomy

Phys 1302W.100

Introductory Physics for Science and Engineering II

Homework set 5 (Chapter 26)
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8 18 26 33 38 48 60 74 76

Set 4 solutions
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Quiz 1 solutions
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Homework set 4 (Chapter 25)
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4 6 16 20 26 28 32 34 46 48

Set 3 solutions
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Rules for quizzes
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Quizzes are closed book, no notes, no calculators (will not be needed). All formulas and special numbers needed will be on the cover sheet. No need to memorize. Just make sure to bring your brain.

The duration is 50 minutes. No bathroom breaks will be allowed. Students must stay in the room for at least 25 minutes, before handing in their exam and leaving.

set 2 solutions
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Homework set 3 (Chapter 24) problems
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6 20 26 36 44 50 54 68 74

Homework set 2 (Chapter 23) Problems
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Chapter 23 14 16 24 38 46 56 61 74 78

Set 1 solutions
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Regrading Policy
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REGRADES

If you think that a Quiz problem was not graded correctly, begin by
looking at the posted solution. If after this you still think the
grade was incorrect, you may appeal subject to the following:

1- You may appeal any situation where you think you did the problem
(or a subsection of the problem that was labeled in the exam as
earning separate points) perfectly but were not given full credit.
For example, suppose you
answered correctly a question that counted 10 points and you were
given any number <10, this can be appealed.

2- You may NOT appeal partial credit that you deem insufficient. If
you were given no points or <10 points for a problem that you did not
solve correctly, you cannot say: "I think I should have gotten more
(or some) partial credit." Of course you do. But partial credit
is a judgement call and Baseball rules apply: not subject to appeal.

3- To appeal, within one week after you get your quiz back, give to your TA your
quiz with a small post-it sized note attached explaining why you think your
solution was right. If your explanation will not fit in such a small
note it means that your solution required a lot of additional
explanation to become understandable, which makes the appeal unacceptable.
Graders are not mind readers. If your solution was unreadable, a
rewritten version will not be accepted.

4- It is possible (although unusual) for the regrading of a question to
lead to a lower grade.

Quiz Rooms
posted 17-Jan-2018 at 5:28PM by Oriol T. Valls

All quizzes are now scheduled for Willey Hall, room 175. This is for everybody A-Z
Be careful: Willey is in the West Bank so schedule your time correctly.

Homework 1
posted 11-Jan-2018 at 10:09AM by Oriol T. Valls

22.04 22.12 22.20 22.30 22.54

TA List
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Lab Manual
modified 10-Jan-2018 at 10:21AM by Oriol T. Valls

Up to date Lab manual

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