Physics 126: Fall 2013

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Introduction

Physics 126 is the second semester of the three semester introduction to "classical physics" and covers rigid bodies, fluids, harmonic oscillators, waves, thermodynamics, light and optics. The course covers the subjects required for students majoring in physical science and engineering and is calculus based. There is a lecture and a recitation.

The text is Physics for Scientists and Engineers by Giancoli, (Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008). All problems will be assigned on the web, so you may use either Ed. 3 or Ed. 4.

Homework will be assigned using www.masteringphysics.com. You should purchase the access code at the same time you buy your text book. The course code is MCGREW2013PHY126, and will become available during the first week of class. The first homework assignment is due at the beginning of the second week. Be sure and enter your SBU student number for your Id since that is how we will match you to the official grade book. . The homework tends to run a little ahead of the lecture. This is intentional since I want you to look at the book and think about it before coming to lecture.

The Course Calendar gives the expected schedule for lecture topics, homework assignments, and exams. Also check the syllabus which lists the specific requirements that must be met to succeed in this class. The syllabus also has examples of quizzes and exams.

Faculty/Staff:

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Prof. McGrew

Lecture
Tue Thu 8:30-9:50am
Simons Center Auditorium

Recitation 3
Tue 1:00 - 1:53
Physics P-130

Physics D-134
Wed 1:00-3:00

Prof. McGrew

Clark.McGrew@stonybrook.edu

(631) 632-8299


Prof. Forman

TBD

Recitation 1
Mon 1:00 - 1:53
Physics P-112

Recitation 2
Mon 4:00 - 4:53
Physics P-127

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Physics A-113
TBD

Miriam.Forman@stonybrook.edu

(631) 632-8165


Prof. Goldman

TBD

Recitation 4
Wed 3:00 - 3:53
Physics P-130

Recitation 5
Wed 4:00 - 4:53
Physics P-112

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Recitation 6
Thu 1:00 - 1:53
Physics P-117

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Physics B-137
TBD

Vladimir.Goldman@stonybrook.edu

(631) 632-9001

(631) 632-8162

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