PHY 2049 - Physics 2 with Calculus - Fall 2015


The URL for registration and accessing the homework for this course is (you may wish to print these instructions before your first visit to the site):

The first time you go there you will be asked to either Log-in (if you already have a WileyPlus account from a previous course) or create an account. After you accept the "Limited Use End User License Agreement" (check the box that says "I agree to these terms" and hit continue) you will get the following page of options:

If you already have the registration code that came with the textbook you can use it now by selecting the first option.

If you intend to purchase the WileyPlus access separately from a hardcopy textbook and/or want the online text only, don't choose the second option but instead follow this link to get the discounted UF pricing for an online code, otherwise you will pay much more money:

In either case there is a 14 day grace period to use the system before a code will have to be entered to continue to get access. To enter that 14 day period select the third option. Do not delay too long in getting the code or purchasing the separate access. If the 14 days expires and you miss a homework due date because of this, there will be no way to recover the lost course credit.

When you get to the registration page (annotated screen shot below),

be sure to use:

  • First Name: Your first name as it appears on the Registrars list for PHY2049.
  • Last Name: Your last name (i.e. family name) as it appears on the Registrars list for PHY2049.
  • E-mail: Use your Gatorlink E-mail address (i.e.
  • Student ID: Your UF-ID number 8 digit, e.g. 12345678 NO Hyphen.

Note that to get course credit you must correctly input your Name, Gatorlink E-mail address and your UFID!

Once you are on the system you look around at the other resources available there.

Do not delay logging-on/registering on the system. Not getting your homework in because you waited to the last minute and had trouble registering will not excuse you from the resulting zero on the homework assignment.