

The student is expected to attend every class, and will be heldresponsible for all work covered in the course. Students are expected towork every assigned problem as a minimum. There may be some additionalhomework problems assigned during the class. Old exams will be on filein the library as anadditional source of problems for the student.
As with any university course, student preparation is essential. The student is expected to read the material in the text before the corresponding lecture, and is expected to review the appropriate material, includinghandouts, before lab.
Failure to take a scheduled exam will result in a grade of zero. Makeup exams will be given only in the event of illness (confirmed by a physician) or death in the immediate family. Lab reports are due at the beginningoflab, one week after the completion of the experiment. Missed labs mustbemade up, and any missing lab reports will result in the student receivingan F forthe course. Missed quizzes will recieve a grade of 0, and maynotbe made up(the student's lowest quiz grade will be dropped beforecalcutionof theirquiz average).
Students will be supplied an equation sheet for each exam (consistinglargely
of equations from the relevant chapter summaries, as well as equationsfrom
the previous exams) to aid the student in rembembering complex equations.
A copy of the equation sheet will be made available to the students inadvance
of the exams so that the students may better prepare for the exam.Any needed
constants will be provided by the instructor. It is stronglyadvised thatthe
students use the equation sheets as they do the homework,so that theyarefamiliar
with the equations and their appropriate use.
2. Grades will be determined approximately by the standard cutoffs (90%
for an A, 80% for a B, ...). Plus and minus grades will be assigned asrefinements
of this scale. The Instructor will determine the actual cutoffsat the end
of the semester.
Physics 150 Course Outline  

Chapter  Exercises, Questions and Multiple Choice  
1  Describing Motion (1.11.10)  MC 1,2,712 Q 24,6 E 1,5,10,1214,20,21,2325,31,3335,4144,47,48 
2  Vectors (2.12.7)  MC 3,19 Q 2,4,5,9 E 13,6,11,14,17,1921,23,24,26,33,34,39,40,51 
3  Force and Motion (3.13.9)  MC 24,6,7,9,10 Q 1,3,7,9,10 E 25,9,15,17,21,25,26,35,36,37,39,46,49 
Exam I  
4  Energy (4.14.8)  MC 24 Q 14,6 E 24,6,9,12,12,15,26,27,33,35,38,41,45,48,51,53 
5  Momentum (5.15.7)  MC 13,6,911 Q13,7 E 1,57,9,13,15,27,28,31 
6  Circular Motion and Gravity (6.16.7)  MC 18 Q1,3,4,6,9 E 24,7,11,13,14,20,21,25,29,30,32,38,39,41,43 
Exam II  
7  Rotational Motion (7.17.9)  MC 1,35,7,1114 Q 1,5,9 E 1,2,5,9,11,15,17,23,24,26,32,33,38,39 
8  Equilibrium (8.18.4)  MC 57,9,10 Q 1,2,7 E 1,3,4,6,8,13,15,17,31,32,35 
9  Mechanical Properties of Matter (9.19.6)  MC 1,35,7,8 Q 1,3,4 E 1,35,9,10,12,13,15,1921 
Exam III  
10  Fluids (10.110.9)  MC 25,7,9,11 Q 13,7,8,13 E 1,3,4,9,11,23,24,26,29,38,39,40,45,48 
11  Harmonic Motion (11.111.8)  MC 15,8,8,1012 Q 14,7 E 14,7,8,11,28,29,30 
12  Waves (12.112.7)  MC 16, 1017 Q 1,5,9 E 3,5,6,9,10,11,12,19,23 
Final 
Laboratory Experiments  

