Dr. Frank Hsu
Laboratory attendance is required. All physics 1112 laboratory sessions are held in Room 222-NSC
A list of homework problems for each chapter is suggested. Go to syllabus and schedule for details.
Solutions to the homework problems will be posted on the Physics 1112K web-site.
Several problems will also be worked out in class every week.
Students are very strongly advised to work through the homework and in class problems,
without the aid of solutions. These homework problems will not be collected and graded.
Students encountering difficulties can seek assistance during office hours.
There will be a series of 15-minute quizzes at the end of several classes. The quizzes include five multiple-choice questions and a problem from the suggested homework problems and examples discussed in class.
There will be a midterm and a final exam.
A two-hour comprehensive final exam will be given during exam week at the end of the semester.
No make up exams will be given and no "personal" projects for extra credit will be considered.
Students who withdraw before the last date to withdraw will receive a grade of "W". Students who withdraw after the date will receive a grade of "WF".
The final course grade for each student will be calculated as follows:
The letter grade will be curved.