### Transcription

UH Manoa PHYSICS 151 - Spring 2011 - Syllabus1 of 7University of Hawaii, ManoaDept. of Physics & AstronomyInstructor: Michael NassirOffice: Watanabe Hall, Rm. 426, (808) 956-2922E-mail: nassir @ hawaii.eduReturn to PHYS 151 main pageThe syllabus below lists all sections of the book that you are responsible for understanding for exams.This is my intended schedule of topics; actual subject matter covered during each lecture may vary abit, or may lag behind slightly. In that case, exams will only cover material actually discussed in lecturebefore the exam date. I will continue to update the table below to accommodate changes throughoutthe semester.Reading Assignments are intended to reinforce lecture material, provide worked examples, andprepare you for the next lecture. Exam questions may cover material from lectures, readingassignments, or any homework problem. (For sections in [[brackets]], you only need to understand thegeneral concepts in those sections qualitatively, but you do not need to know any specific formulas orhow to solve numerical problems for those topics.)Links to Handouts & Paper Homeworks (PDF format) will be added as they become available -- justclick on the name of the handout or the "Paper HW #" below.DATEREADINGTUTORIAL SHEETS &OTHER WORKSHEETS(just for practice -- NOT to behanded in)HOMEWORK"Course Information & Policies" handout Review as needed:"Scientific Notation, MetricMon. Jan. Review as needed:System, & Unit ConversionAppendix A (pp. A-1 to A-9): Algebra,10Review Worksheet" handoutLecture Geometry & Trig. Formulas(NOT due -- answers attached)#1[[1.1 & 1.2: Physics & Science, TheLecture #1 Tutorial WorksheetScientific Method]]11/4/2011 1:14 PM

UH Manoa PHYSICS 151 - Spring 2011 - Syllabus2 of 7"Powers of 10 & Scientific Notation"handout1.3 (and Appendices B & F): SI (MetricSystem) Units & Metric PrefixesWed. Jan. 1.4: Dimensions & Unit Conversions1.5: Expressing Uncertainty/Error &12Lecture Significant Figures[[1.6: Order-of-Magnitude Estimates]]#2Lecture #2 Tutorial Worksheetvideo: "Powers of 10"optional (alternate) video: "CosmicVoyage"Fri. Jan. 2.1-2.2: Position & Displacement, Speed14& Velocity, Graphing position & velocityLectureCartoon Guide, Chap. 1: Motion#3Lecture #3 Tutorial WorksheetMon. Jan.HOLIDAY -- MLK Jr. Day17Wed. Jan.192.3-2.4: Acceleration, Graphing position,Lecture velocity, & acceleration#4Fri. Jan.21Lecture#5Lecture #4 Tutorial Worksheet2.4: Equations of Kinematics w/ constantaccel. (in 1-D)Paper HW #1Lecture #5 Tutorial Worksheetmore Graphing position, velocity, &handed outaccelerationMon. Jan.242-6: Law of Falling Bodies/FreefallLecture#6Lecture #6 Tutorial WorksheetWed. Jan.26Lecture#7Lecture #7 Tutorial WorksheetFri. Jan.281.7: Scalars vs. VectorsLecture 1.8: Vector Components#8Online HW #1ADUE -- 12:30pmPaper HW #1 DUELecture #8 Tutorial WorksheetPaper HW #2handed outMon. Jan.311.7-1.8: Vector Addition (Triangle MethodOnline HW #1BLecture #9 Tutorial WorksheetDUE -- 12:30pmLecture & Component Method)#911/4/2011 1:14 PM

UH Manoa PHYSICS 151 - Spring 2011 - Syllabus3 of 7Wed. Feb.22-7: Adding Velocities (in 1-D)Lecture 3.5: Summing velocity vectors#10Lecture #10 Tutorial WorksheetPaper HW #3handed outFri. Feb. 4 3.1-3.3: Projectile motion (2-D kinematics)Paper HW #2 DUELectureLecture #11 Tutorial Worksheet Paper HW #2Cartoon Guide, Chap. 3: Projectiles#11SolutionsMon. Feb.7more Projectile motion examplesLecture#12Wed. Feb.Lecture CANCELED (instructor illness)9Lecture#13MIDTERM EXAM #1 -- all assignedFri. Feb. sections of Chaps. 1 to 3 (excluding11section 3.4)Lecture #12 Tutorial Worksheet(Lecture #13 - NO new TutorialWorksheet)see Past Exams webpage forsample midtermsPaper HW #3 -extended to MondayChap. 4: Force, Mass, and Newton's 1st &2nd Laws of MotionMon. Feb. Free-body diagrams & One-dimensionalPaper HW #3 DUEforceproblems14Lecture #14 Tutorial Worksheet Paper HW 14The MoonWed. Feb. Chap. 4: WeightNormal Force16Lecture Tension#15 more 1-D force problemsFri. Feb. 4.4: Newton's 3rd Law of Motion18Lecture 5.4: Springs & Hooke's Law#16(Lecture #15 - NO new Tutorial Paper HW #4handed outWorksheet)Lecture #16 Tutorial WorksheetMon. Feb.HOLIDAY -- Presidents' Day21Wed. Feb. 5.1-5.2: Two-Dimensional force problems23Lecture #17 Tutorial WorksheetLecture Examples 5.3 (p.132), 5.6 (p.135), 5.11#17 (p.143) & 5.12 (p.143): Inclines11/4/2011 1:14 PM

UH Manoa PHYSICS 151 - Spring 2011 - Syllabus4 of 75.3: Friction: static & kineticExample 5.13 (p.144-5) Drag force &Terminal velocity [not discussed in lecture]Examples 5.7 (p.136) & 5.4 (p.132):Two-body/pulley problem5.4: Force by a spring: Hooke's LawPaper HW #4 DUEPaper HW #4Lecture #18 Tutorial Worksheet SolutionsFri. Feb.25Lecture#18Mon.Feb. 28Lecture#19Paper HW #5handed outMechanical advantage (not inYoung&Geller)5.5: The Four Fundamental Forces ofNatureLecture #19 Tutorial WorksheetWed. Mar. 3.4, 6.1: Uniform Circular Motion (UCM):2linear vs. angular velocity, period,Paper HW #6Lecture #20 Tutorial WorksheetLecture frequency, centripetal acceleration,handed out#20 centripetal force6.2: UCM in a vertical circleFri. Mar. 4 6.3: Law of Universal GravitationLecture 6.4: Gravitational acceleration#21 video: "Schoolhouse Rock -- A Victim ofLecture #21 Tutorial WorksheetPaper HW #5 DUEPaper HW #5SolutionsPaper HW #7handed outGravity" (3 mins.)6.5: OrbitsMon. Mar. Kepler's 3 Laws of Planetary Motion (not(Lecture #22 - NO new Tutorial7in Young&Geller)Worksheet)Lecture#22 Gravity Simulator (webpage Java applet)7.1: Forms of energyWed. Mar. 7.2: Work97.3: Kinetic Energy, Work-EnergyLecture Theorem#23 7.8: PowerLecture #23 Tutorial Worksheet(to be used during Lecture #24)11/4/2011 1:14 PM

UH Manoa PHYSICS 151 - Spring 2011 - Syllabus5 of 7Fri. Mar. MIDTERM EXAM #2 -- all assignedsee Past Exams webpage for11sections of Chaps. 4 to 6 (plus section 3.4) sample midterms7.5: Potential Energy: Gravitational andElasticMon. Mar. 7.6: Conservation of Energy147.7: Conservative vs. Non-conservativeLectureforces#24Gravitational Potential Energy & EscapeVelocity (not in Young&Geller)Wed. Mar. 8.1: Linear Momentum8.5: Impulse16Lecture 8.2-8.4: Conservation of Momentum in#25 Collisions, Elastic vs. Inelastic CollisionsPaper HWs #6&7DUEPaper HW #6Lecture #24 Tutorial Worksheet Solutions(to be used during LecturePaper HW #7#25-26)SolutionsPaper HW #8handed out(Lecture #25 - NO new TutorialWorksheet)Fri. Mar.8.2-8.4: more One-Dimensional Collisions18(Lecture #26 - NO new Tutorial Paper HW #9Example 8.7 (p.242): "Ballistichanded outLectureWorksheet)Pendulum" problem#26Mon. Mar.SPRING RECESS21Wed. Mar.SPRING RECESS23Fri. Mar. SPRING RECESS25HOLIDAY -- Kuhio DayMon. Mar.Paper HW #8Examples 8.5 (p.238) & 8.11 (p.247):28Two-Dimensional CollisionsLecture #27 Tutorial Worksheet postponed toLectureWednesday8.6-8.7: Center of Mass & Motion of C.M.#27Wed. Mar.Chap. 9: Rotational quantities vs.30translational quantitiesLectureRotational Kinematics#28Paper HW #8 DUELecture #28 Tutorial Worksheet Paper HW #8SolutionsFri. Apr. 1Rolling ObjectsLectureRotational K.E. & Moment of Inertia#29Paper HW #9 DUELecture #29 Tutorial Worksheet Paper HW #9SolutionsMon. Apr.Chap. 10: Torque4Rotational DynamicsLectureRotational Work & K.E.#30Lecture #30 Tutorial Worksheet11/4/2011 1:14 PM

UH Manoa PHYSICS 151 - Spring 2011 - Syllabus6 of 7StaticsWed. Apr.Stability & Balance6Angular Momentum, Conservation ofLectureA.M., Gyroscopes#31Vector nature of rotational quantitiesLecture #31 Tutorial WorksheetChap. 11: Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)review: Hooke's Law, Elastic PotentialFri. Apr. 8Energy(Lecture #32 - NO new Tutorial Paper HW #10LectureConservation of Energy for SHMWorksheet)handed out#32Kinematics of SHM & relationship withUCMMon. Apr. Pendulums11[[Damped Oscillation]]Lecture [[Driven Oscillation, Resonance]]#33 video segment on ResonanceTAKE-HOMEMIDTERM EXAM#3 handed out -- allassigned sections ofLecture #33 Tutorial WorksheetChaps. 7-10(see Past Examswebpage for samplemidterms)Wed. Apr.13Chap. 13: DensityLecture Pressure & Pascal's Principle#34Lecture #34 Tutorial WorksheetFri. Apr.15Lecture#35Archimedes' Principle & BuoyancyBernoulli's Principle & Bernoulli'sEquation[[Viscosity]]Paper HW #11handed outTAKE-HOMEMIDTERM EXAMextended to Mon.Lecture #35 Tutorial Worksheet Apr. 18Paper HW #10 DUEPaper HW #10SolutionsMon. Apr.18Chap. 12: Waves, Pulses, & ReflectionLecture Sound waves#36TAKE-HOMEMIDTERM EXAM#3 DUELecture #36 Tutorial WorksheetTAKE-HOMEMIDTERM EXAM#3 SolutionsWed. Apr.Superposition & Interference20BeatsLectureStanding Waves & Harmonics#37Paper HW #12Lecture #37 Tutorial Worksheet handed outFri. Apr.HOLIDAY -- Good Friday2211/4/2011 1:14 PM

UH Manoa PHYSICS 151 - Spring 2011 - Syllabus7 of 7Mon. Apr.[[Sound Intensity]]25Doppler EffectLecture[[Shock Waves]]#38Paper HW #11 DUE(Lecture #38 - NO new TutorialPaper HW #11Worksheet)SolutionsWed. Apr.Chap. 14: Temperature27Thermal Expansion (linear only)LectureHeat & Mechanical Equivalent of Heat#39(Lecture #39 - NO new Tutorial Paper HW #13Worksheet)handed outFri. Apr.29Lecture#40Heat Capacity[[Conduction, Convection, Radiation]]Chap. 15: Ideal Gases, MolesKinetic Theory of GasesPaper HW #12 DUELecture #40 Tutorial Worksheet Paper HW #12SolutionsMon. MayPhases & Phase Diagrams2Latent HeatLecture1st Law of Thermodynamics#41(Lecture #41 - NO new TutorialWorksheet)Wed. May4Chap. 16: Thermal ProcessesLecture Carnot engines#42 [[Refrigeration]](final Entropy & 2nd Law of Thermodynamicslecture)Paper HW #13 DUELecture #42 Tutorial Worksheet Paper HW #13SolutionsFri. May 6 STUDY PERIODSTUDY PERIODsee Past Exams webpage forFINAL EXAM: 12:00pm-2:00pm -- allMon. Mayprior material, with emphasis on assigned sample final exams9sections of Chaps. 11-16pau! congratulations!11/4/2011 1:14 PM

PHYSICS 151 — COLLEGE PHYSICS IUH MANOA — Spring Semester 2011Course Information & PoliciesLectureMWF 12:30–1:20 p.m.Physical Science Building (“PSB” or “PhySci”), Rm. 217InstructorMr. Michael NassirE-mail: nassir@hawaii.eduCourse Website: http://www.phys.hawaii.edu/ nassir/phys151/Office: Watanabe Hall, Rm. 426, (808) 956-2922Help Hours: Wednesdays 4:30–6:00pm in PSB 217 Thursdays 4:30–6:00pm in PSB 217 By appointment in Watanabe 426 (office)Required Materials TEXTBOOK: Young & Geller, College Physics, 8th ed. (2006), Vol. 1 only (Chaps. 1–16 only)ONLINE HOMEWORK ACCESS: Mastering Physics website — requires access code(valid for one calendar year): http://www.masteringphysics.comvarious options:Partial Book (151 only): Vol. 1 paperback, bundled with MP Access Kit (and iClicker rebate coupon?): approx. 145 new at UH BookstoreFull Book (151 & 152): Vols. 1&2 bound hardcover, bundled with MP Access Kit (and iClicker rebatecoupon?): approx. 217 new at UH BookstoreFull Book (151 & 152): Vols. 1&2 looseleaf (requires 3-ring binder, cannot be resold), bundled with MP AccessKit: approx. 146 new at UH BookstoreIf already have book: Mastering Physics Access Code only:available online for 54 athttp://www.masteringphysics.com — be sure to click on image of“Young/Geller, College Physics, 8/e” cover (photo of swimming dolphins).Access is valid for one calendar year.eBook (151 & 152): Full text MP Access Code for 94 — follow same steps as above for online purchase.Access is valid for one calendar year only.SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR with scientific notation, trig functions, exponents, &logarithms — bring to lab & exams (necessary!) and lectures (needed foroccasional in-class questions). Graphing or programmable calculators areallowed, but are NOT necessary.iCLICKER — approx. 39 new at UH Bookstore (This is the same iClicker that is usedin other UH classes. Used iClickers are fine.)Optional BooksFord, Student Solutions Manual for Young & Geller 8th ed., Vol. 1 only (Chaps. 1–16only) (2006), paperback: approx. 39 new, 30 used at UH BookstoreGonick & Huffman, The Cartoon Guide to Physics (1990), paperback: approx. 18 new, 14 used at UH Bookstore

Course DescriptionThis course is the first half of a two-semester introduction to the fundamentals of physics, and will cover kinematics,mechanics, waves, and heat. Lectures and problem-solving will regularly use the mathematical tools of algebra,geometry, trigonometry, and vectors, but not calculus.Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in MATH 140 (trigonometry & pre-calculus) or higher; or instead, apassing score on the Mathematics Department’s Math Assessment Exam ( 14 on Part I & 10 on Part II).Lab: If you also need to take PHYS 151L lab, it is strongly recommended that you do so concurrently with thelecture; the lab provides a hands-on way of reinforcing and complementing many of the topics presented in lecture.However, concurrent enrollment in PHYS 151L lab is not mandatory for all students in PHYS 151 lecture.Grading & Course Work Final grades will be computed on a curve (to be decided), based on your overall course percentage relative tothe other students in the class. Your overall course percentage will be computed as follows:iClicker In-Class Questions5%Homework (Paper Online)20%Midterm Exams #1 & #219% eachTake-home Midterm Exam #37%Final Exam30%After each major exam, I will post online grade sheets (listed by your “roster numbers,” not names) displaying all ofyour scores, and I will provide a histogram showing the relative scores of everyone in the class. I urge you todouble-check your scores on my grade sheets, as well as the score tallies on your individual papers. While Iapologize in advance for any errors, they may well happen with such a large class — please help me to correct them.Final exam scores and final grades will be posted outside my office and will be available for viewing on MyUHshortly after the term ends. iClicker Questions will be asked during many lectures. Partial credit (1 point) will be given for any response atall (i.e., credit for “participation”); full credit (3 points) will be given for a

3.1-3.3: Projectile motion (2-D kinematics) Cartoon Guide, Chap. 3: Projectiles Lecture #11 Tutorial Worksheet Paper HW #2 DUE Paper HW #2 Solutions Mon. Feb. 7 Lecture #12 more Projectile motion examples Lecture #12 Tutorial Worksheet Wed. Feb. 9 Lecture #13 Lecture CANCELED (instructor illness) (Lecture #13 - NO new Tutorial Worksheet) Fri. Feb. 11 MIDTERM EXAM #1 -- all assigned