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Lab Makeup: Thursday 69pm in 83125. They will be starting week 2 and go through week 14
Final Exam is in room 08A300  
Exam makeup request form: form  
Exam formula sheet: Final Formula Sheet (things not to do on the formula sheet)  
Office hours for exam week: Monday 11;303pm Tuesday 11:3012:30, 13pm(083335)  
Physics Review sessions (exam week room 083335):  
Sunday 122 Davis  
Monday 1012 McGowan  
Monday 122 Driscoll  
Monday 46 Viv 

Rifet's review session located in Gosnell room 1174 at 5pm Monday 

Tuesday 1012 Shore 

Tuesday 13 Urminsky 

1A  Review syllabus. Introduction to charges – conductors – insulators and electric field. (Lecture 1A)  
1B  Continue with electric fields. Coulombs Law problems and Week 1 Quiz (Lecture 1B)  
1C  Continue with Coulombs Law problems. Electric dipole on and off axis. (Lecture 1C)  
2A  Torque on an electric dipole and electric fields due to continuous charge distributions – charge on a finite rod and charge on an infinite rod (Lecture2A)  
2B  Continue with electric field calculations for continuous charge distributions (charge on an arc, bisector and nonuniform distributions) and Week 2 Quiz. (Lecture2B)  
2C  Nonuniform charge distributions, field due to a ring of charge, charged infinite plane. (Lecture2C)  
3A  Electric flux, Gauss's law (Lecture3A)  
3B  Continue with electric flux and Gauss's law, Week 3 Quiz (Lecture3B)  
3C  Electric flux for plainer and cylindrical symmetries. (Lecture3C)  
4A  Gauss's law for conductors, (Lecture4A)  
4B  Finish Gauss's law and start electric potential. Week 4 Quiz (Lecture4B)  
4C  Mapping Equipotential surfaces and electric field lines. pages 7778  
5A  Finding electric potential from electric field (Lecture5A)  
5B  continue with electric potential Week 5 Quiz (Lecture5B)  
5C  Work done assembling charge, relationship between electric field and potential, start capacitors.(Lecture5C)  
6A  Dielectrics and build a capacitor lab (Lecture6a)  
6B  Capacitors in series and parallel, spherical capacitors and cylindrical capacitors (Lecture6b)  
6C  Current and resistivity (Lecture6C)  
7A  Resistivity, resistance, resistors in parallel and series, Kirchhoff's law (Lecture7A)  
7B  Ohmic and NonOhmic devices Lab  
7C  Kirchhoff's Law problems and RC Circuits week 7 quiz  
8A  continue with RC circuits (Lecture8A)  
8B  RC circuit Lab  
8C  Magnetic fields (Lecture8C)Week 8 Quiz  
9A  Circular motion, Hall Effect, Force on a current carrying wire (Lecture9A)  
9B  Torque, magnetic dipole, BiotSavart law Week 9 Quiz (Lecture9B)  
9C  More BiotSavart Law problems (Lecture9C)  
10A  Continue BioSavart, loop and wire, circular loop off axis (Lecture10A)  
10B  Ampere's Law Week 10 Quiz (Lecture10B)  
10C  Ampere's Law (current ribbon, solenoid, toroid), start EMF (Lecture10C)  
11A  Continue with EMF, Faraday's Law, Lenz's Law (Lecture11A)  
11B  Continue with Faraday's Law and Lenz's Law problems Week 11 Quiz (Lecture11B)  
11C  Continue with Faraday's Law and motional EMF (Lecture11C)  
12A  Start Inductance and the RL circuit (Lecture12A)  
12B  LC circuit Week 12 Quiz (Lecture12B)  
12C  Lenz's Law review (solutions), Maxwell's Equations, speed of light, light travels as a wave (Lecture12C)  
13A  Optics, Snell's Law (lecture13A)  
13B  Lenses Week 13 Quiz (lecture13B)  
13C  Continue with lenses, start interference and thin films (lecture13C)  
14A  Thin Lenses lab  
14B  Interference Week 14 Quiz Interference1 Interference2  
14C  Double and single slit interference and diffraction (Interference3)  
15A  diffraction gratings optics part 6  
15B  polarization, double and single slit lab Week 15 Quiz optics part 7 