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Physics 101 Lecture Schedule

Spring 2004 (Term 032)

 

Week

Date

Topics

Chapter

Sections

Problems 

1

14 Feb.

16

18

Units, Changing units

Length, time, mass ( powers of ten )

1-D motion, Displacement , Velocity  

01

01

02

1-3

4-6

1-4

12, 23, 25

 

8,19,31,42,56

2

21 Feb.

23

25

1-D motion with constant acceleration, Free falls.

Vectors and scalars.

Adding & Multiplying Vectors

02

03

03

5-8

1-4

5-7

 

17,26,28,37

 

Tuesday – 24 Feb. 2004 - Last  day  for  dropping  courses  without  permanent  record

3

28 Feb.

01 Mar.

03

2 & 3D motion with constant acceleration.

Projectile motion (Demo #1)

Uniform circular motion; Relative velocity.

04

04

04

1-3

4-6

7-9

4,9,15,37,57,58

 

 

4

06 Mar.

08

10

Newton's first and second laws, FBD

Newton's third law, Applications.

Friction  (Demo # 2)

05

05

06

1-5

6-8

1-2

8,38,49,50

 

10,19,24,41

5

13 Mar

15

17

Circular Motion

Kinetic energy  & Work

Work done by  Weight, Spring, power

06

07

      07

4

1-3

4-7

 

7,19,22,26,31

 

Saturday – 20 Mar. 2004 – First Major Exam  (Chapters 1 – 6)   6:00 – 8:00 PM

6

20 Mar.

22

24

Review (ch 1-6)

Potential energy 

Conservation of energy. 

-

08

08

-

1-4

6,7

 

6,16,21,25,32

 

7

27 Mar.

29

31

Center of mass. (Demo # 3)

Linear momentum and its conservation (Demo # 4)

Collisions in 1-D

09

09

10

1-3

4-6

1-3

8,19,24,37

 

14,17,26,33,51

Tuesday – 30 Mar. 2004 - Last  day  for  dropping  courses  with grade of W

8

03 Apr.

05

07

Collisions in 2-D

Review (ch 7 - 10)

Rotational motion

10

 

11

4-6

 

1-4

 

 

4,29,37,47,55,66

9

10 Apr.

12

14

Torque.

Work and rotational kinetic energy

Rolling (Demo # 5)

11

11

12

5-8

9,10

1-4

 

 

1,12,17,25,35,50

   10

17 Apr.

19

21

Angular momentum & torque

Conservation of angular momentum (Demo # 6)

 Equilibrium

      12

12

13

5-8

9,10

1-3

 

 

3,7,16,28,37

11

24 Apr.

26

28

Review ( ch 11-12)

Review ( ch 7 –12)

Elasticity

-

-

13

-

-

4-6

 

 

 

Monday – 26 Apr 2004 – Second Major Exam (Chapters 7 – 12)   6:00 – 8:00 PM

12

01  May

03

05

Newton’s law of Gravitation

Gravitational potential energy.

Kepler's laws, Satellites

14

14

14

1-3

4-6

7,8

5,8,21,33,45,61

 

 

13

08  May

10

12

Review (13,14)

Fluids (Demo # 7)

Archemedes principle.

-

15

15

-

1-4

5-8

 

6,19,32,41,54

 

14

15 May

17

19

Fluid dynamics, Bernoulli's equation

Oscillations (Demo # 8)

Energy in SHM, Simple pendulum (Demo # 9)

15

16

16

9,10

1-3

4,6*

 

12,18,54

 

Wednesday – 19 May 2004 - Last day for withdrawal from all courses with grade of "WP/WF"

15

22 May

24

26

Review (15,16)   

Review (1-10)

Review (12-16) (Last day of classes)

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-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

Saturday – 29 May 2004 – Final Exam (Chapters 1 – 16)

Wish you a successful semester.             Dr. M. S. Abdelmonem (Physics 101-Lecture Coordinator)