Section 001

General College Physics

Summer I, 2005

LINKS: Syllabus, Class Style, Evaluation, Contact, Tests+Final, Homework

Instructor: Dr. Andrew P. White (High Energy Physics Group)

Office: Room 241, Science Hall, 272-2812,
Class schedule: Section 001,  MonTues/Wed/Thurs 1pm - 5pm,  June 6 - June 23 !!
Room 200, Science Hall

Prequisites: Proficiency in high school trigonometry is expected. You must enroll in a laboratory ($8 fee) unless you are exempt.

Textbook: Physics, Douglas C. Giancoli, 6th edition.

Course Syllabus

Grade Replacement. You may use the grade made in this course if and only you fill in the forms in the registrar's by June 2, 2003  (Census date).
If you do not fill out the forms the University will not honor the replacement.

Library Information. Mary Jo Handke is the Physics Librarian. She can be reached at (817) 272-3000 ext 4979, and by Email at
Other physics information is found on the web site

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