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Physics of TechnologyIntroductionIntroduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 1INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800.
INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 1Spring 2009 Physics of TechnologyClass AdministrationIntroduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Syllabus.
INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 2Spring 2009 PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGY PHYS 1800.
Spring Semester 2008Course Designed for non physics majors Goal To help you develop a good understanding of everydayphysics i e the world around us Help You develop an enjoyment in understanding and explaining.
everyday phenomena Not aimed at simply accumulating a bunch of facts You will Discover Introduction Section 0 thatLecture learning.
1 Slide 3 to develop your own physicalexplanations will be most gratifying and will give you a much betterappreciation of nature INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800.
INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 3Spring 2009 PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGYClass MWF 10 30 11 20 BUS 318Recitations T 1 30 2 45 ESLC 53.
Labs Demos H 1 30 2 45 ESLC 53Exams scheduled H 1 30 2 45 in ESLC 53Instructor J R Dennison SER 222D797 2936 JR Dennison usu eduOffice Hours MWF 11 30 12 30.
Assistant Instructor Jennifer Roth SER 1363 4704 Jen a aggiemail usu eduClassIntroductionWeb Site Section 0 http www physics usu edu Lecture 1 Slide 4.
INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 4Spring 2009 PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGY.
Objectives This course provides a conceptual introductionto physics with three primary goals 1 to gain physical intuition 2 to develop problem solving skills 3 to learn to apply some basic physics principles to.
everyday phenomena W Thomas Griffith The Physics of Everyday Phenomena A Conceptual Introduction to Physics 5th or 6thEd McGraw Hill 2007 2009 REQUIRED Introduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 5.
Prerequisites College Algebra Math 1050 INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Trigonometry Math 1060 Physics of Technology PHYS 1800.
INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 5Spring 2009 PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGYWhere to get help If you find yourself confused on a particular topic in this course or.
are spending more than 10 15 min on the main homework problemsyou should seek help by Reviewing the text and looking over other example problems Solutionsto odd numbered problems are given in the back of text Talk with colleagues in your class and have them explain things to you.
rather than simply solving the problem for you Physics Learning center offers tutorial services in SER 217 Ask questions in the Recitation class be prepared to show your workand explain where the problem arises This will lead to a betterunderstanding for you and a positive discussion for the whole class .
Introduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 6Seek help from the class Instructor or the Assistant Instructor duringdesignated office hours or other times as available INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800.
INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 6Spring 2009 PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGYLectures BUS 318 Will focus on basic physical concepts and their.
application in our every day world To better assist the student they will augment and followthe textbook development but will not cover all the textmaterial in detail The student is advised to read the text as indicated in.
the attached syllabus breakdown prior to coming toeach lecture to be more familiar with the topicsdiscussed Introduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 7Lecture notes available on Web at www physics usu edu .
then follow Class Website Phys 1800 INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 7Spring 2009.
PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGYLaboratory ESLC 053 To aid the understanding of the physical concepts a laboratory demonstration classwill be given every Thursday 1 30 2 45 pm Numerous experiments will be performed to illustrate the principles discussed in the.
lectures and to help develop your understanding No direct credit will be given for attending these demonstration labs but the homeworkand exam questions will often draw upon these experiments and you are stronglyadvised to attend the demonstrations Note The 10 fee is used to upkeep the laboratory demonstration equipment used in.
this class Recitation ESLC 053 A recitation class will be given every Thursday 1 30 2 45 pm They are designed toreview and reinforce the material presented in the lectures and in the textbookand will act as a forum.
Introduction Section for developing0 Lecture your problem solving skills Recitation classes provide an excellent opportunity for you to discuss your homeworkproblems and applications of the class material to every day life INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710.
Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 8Spring 2009 PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGYAssignment problems based on the class and laboratory material will be.
given out at the Friday class and should be returned at the beginningof class on the following Friday see Assignment Sheet for exactschedule You are encouraged to discuss the homework assignment with others andto work together solving the problems However it is a violation of USU.
rules to copy someone else s homework Your homework must be inyour own words and must not duplicate the work of other students Homework Format There will be 12 sets of homework each of which will consist of severalshort answer questions as well as some basic problems .
Each homework is worth up to 20 points To get credit for a problem youIntroduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 9must show your work and make a reasonable attempt to solve it Only your top 10 homework scores will be counted in your grade INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710.
Homework must be handed in on time Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 9Spring 2009 PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGY.
Homework Grading No credit will be given for late homework it will be counted as oneof the two scores that are dropped Up to two additional Bonus Questions will be given out with eachhomework assignment These are a little more challenging but.
quite doable problems that are intended to expand your physicscomprehension and problem solving skills Bonus questions are optional and must be handed in with yourhomework You may receive an additional score of up 25 extracredit for these optional questions .
Introduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 10INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 10Spring 2009.
PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGYClass Grading Your final grade will be based on your homework and fourHomework 20 This is an essential part of your studies and iskey to doing well in the class A large fraction of the exam.
questions will be based on the homework and laboratoryIn Class Tests 20 each There are three in class exams These will be scheduled duringlab demo time on Thursdays see Syllabus Each test will beclosed book and will be based on the recent topics covered in.
class and on the homework and laboratory demonstrations Each testIntroductionwill consist of several multiple choice questions shortSection 0 Lecture 1 Slide 11answer questions and some basic numerical problems A list of.
relevant formulas will be provided INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 11Spring 2009.
PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGYFinal Exam 20 The final exam is not cumulative but will follow the format of theprevious three in class exams Friday May 1st at 09 30 11 20am Make Up Exams .
These will not be given unless there are extremely compellingreasons or illness in which case a Doctor s letter will be required ID You should beSectionIntroduction prepared0 Lecture 1 toSlide.
12 a photo ID at the time ofeach exam INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 12.
Spring 2009 PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGYSpring 2009 Assignment SheetDate Day Lecture Chapter Homework DueJan 5 M Class Admin Intro Physics Phenomena 1.
6 T Problem solving and math App B C7 W Units Scalars Vectors 19 F Speed and Velocity 2 Jan 12 M Acceleration 214 W Free Falling Objects 3.
16 F Projectile Motion 3 1Jan 19 M Martin Luther King No Class21 W Newton s Laws 423 F Mass and Weight 4 2Jan 26 M Motion with Friction 4.
28 W Review 1 429 Th Test 1 1 430 F Circular Motion 5 3Feb 2 M Planetary Motion and Gravity 54 W Energy 6.
6 F Harmonic Motion 6 4Feb 9 M Momentum 711 W Impulse and Collisions 713 F Rotational Motion 8 5Feb 16 Introduction.
M Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 13Presidents Day No Class17 Tu Angular Momentum Virtual Monday 818 W Review 5 819 H Test 2 5 8.
INTRODUCTION TO ModernStatic Fluids PressurePhysics PHYX 2710 9 Feb 23 M Flotation25 W Fluids in Motion 927 F Temperature and Heat 10 6.
Mar 2 M First Law of Thermodynamics 104 W Heat flow and Greenhouse EffectPhysics of Technology PHYS 1800F Spring 2009 Climate Change INTRODUCTIONLecture 1 Slide 13.
6 F Harmonic Motion 6 4Feb 9 M Momentum 7PHYSICS OF TECHNOLOGYImpulse and CollisionsRotational Motion.
Tu Spring 2009 Assignment SheetPresidents DayAngular Momentum Virtual Monday 18 W Review 5 819 H Test 2 5 8.
20 F Static Fluids Pressure 9 Feb 23 M Flotation 925 W Fluids in Motion 927 F Temperature and Heat 10 6Mar 2 M First Law of Thermodynamics 10.
4 W Heat flow and Greenhouse Effect 106 F Climate Change 7Mar 9 13 M F Spring Break No ClassesMar 16 M Heat Engines 1118 W Power and Refrigeration 11.
20 F Electric Charge 12 8Mar 23 M Electric Fields and Electric Potential 1225 W Review 1326 H Test 3 9 1227 F Electric Circuits 13 .
Mar 30 M Magnetic Force Review 14Apr 1 W Electromagnets 9 123 F Motors and Generators 14 9Apr 6 M Making Waves 158 W Sound Waves 15.
10 F E M Waves Light and Color 16 10Apr 13 M Mirrors and Reflections 1715 W Refraction and Lenses 1717 F Telescopes and Microscopes 17 11Introduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 14.
Apr 20 M Review 1 17 No test week22 W Seeing Atoms 18 not on test 24 F The really BIG the really small 21 not on test 12May 1 F Final Exam 09 30 11 20amINTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710.
Homework Handout Fall 2004Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 14Spring 2009 Physics of Technology.
IntroductionIntroduction Section 0 Lecture 1 PhysicsINTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 15.
Spring 2009 What is Physics Study of the basic nature of matter and theinteractions that govern its behavior How Stuff Works .
True but vague Common Sense Approach to How Things Work with units Introduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 16Common Sense A minimal set of simple straightforward.
Units Predictions on a quantitative levelINTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 16Spring 2009.
Scientific Method Leads to new discoveries how scientificprogress is made Careful measurements Experiments.
Empirical laws Hypothesis Introduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 17Generalization TheoryINTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800.
INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 17Spring 2009 Introduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 18INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710Physics of Technology PHYS 1800.
INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 18Spring 2009 Introduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 19James Webb Space TelescopeINTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710.
Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 19Spring 2009 Why study everyday phenomena The same physical principles that govern our.
everyday experiences also govern the entire A bicycle wheel an atom and a galaxy all operateaccording to laws for angular momentum Introduction Section 0 Lecture 1 Slide 20INTRODUCTION TO Modern Physics PHYX 2710.
Physics of Technology PHYS 1800INTRODUCTION Lecture 1 Slide 20Spring 2009 What are the major subfields in Physics Classical Physics pre 20th century .
Mechanics forces motion Thermodynamics heat temperature Electricity and magnetism charge currents Optics light lenses telescopesModern Physics 20th century .
This will lead to a better understanding for you and a positive discussion for the whole class. Seek help from the class Instructor or the Assistant Instructor during designated office hours (or other times as available). ... (see Assignment Sheet for exact schedule). ... You may receive an additional score of up 25% extra credit for these ...

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