101 Syllabus - Fall 2007

     PHY-101 is an introductory physics course for students with no background in physics and a limited background in mathematics. Students are assumed to know some limited physical science and elementary algebra.

     The main topics of PHY-101 are Newton's Laws of Mechanics, Conservation of Energy, and Basic Electromagnetism. A detailed list of topics can be found on the lecture schedule which accompanies this syllabus.

     The textbook is Conceptual Physics (10th edition) by Paul G. Hewitt (Addison-Wesley 2006). Reading assignments are keyed to this textbook. Labs are available for free download on our course website.  Also required is a CPS (Classroom Performance System) transmitter, available at the bookstore. The online homework system for this course is WebAssign.  WebAssign access cards are available from the ASU Bookstore (find a xeroxed WebAssign sheet in the Physics section and carry that to the check-out register); alternatively, WebAssign access may be purchased online with a credit card.

The full text of the syllabus is also available as a pdf file.

Course Updates 12/12 Final Grade Changes Now Entered
General Course Policies
Specific Policies: Homework Quiz CPS Test Lab
Lecture and Reading Schedule
Homework Schedule<>Format
Lab Schedule<>Lab Sections
Quiz Schedule<>Recitations
CPS Information
Online Homework (WebAssign) Information<>Tips
Test Rules
Links Used in Lecture
Equation Sheet

My Office Hours Physics Festivals!
TA Office Hours
Help Study Schedule Open 8:40-4:00 Daily!
Physics Dept Tutor List Fall List Now Available
The Physics Place
Textbook Sites - practice tests and more
Online Tutorials - interactive instruction

Range of a Rocket

GRADES:     All Grades Updated WED at 11 PM

Please check your CPS Grades. If your Posting ID
is not in the List, please go to Fix My Registration.
Thanks. GBA

Written HW <> Quiz <> CPS <> Test <> Lab <> Overall

Class Average Final Averages Now Available