and all grades have been submitted to the registrar. These should now be becoming

available to you, and all will be available by tomorrow night (ie, 5/9/00).

Final exam scores as well as class grades are available in the usual place, but a

coded list is also available here for your convenience. First column is TA initials

(or mine, if you took no quizes!). Second and third columns are first and second

test scores. Since these are not publicly identifiable, this will ensure your privacy.

The next column is the first two letters of your family name,

followed by your final score and class grade.

The final ranking was as follows: A>79>B+>70>B>63>C+>55>C>48>D+>39>D>30>E.

The overall average was 63.5 (ie a B), and the median was 64.5 (also a B).

Through your good work, both of these are higher than for last semester.

sections 1.1 through 7.7 , sections 8.1 through 9.8,

and sections 13.1 through 13.6. First and second test material will be marked

as in the Final Practice Test distributed at the last class (4/25/00), and here.

Students in Sections 3437 and 3447 will take the final in Weil 270.

All others will take the exam in NPB 1001, where lectures have been held.

Please remember that one only 8.5 x 11.0 formula sheet (both sides) is allowed.

Make sure you bring a calculator and sufficient scrap paper with you also.

You must hand in ALL your working to receive credit for the exam.

There will be a final review session in NPB 1001 on 4/27/00 during Periods 11-E1.

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Fully worked solutions are posted in the glass wall case for PHY 2060.

and answers to the even problems can be found here. Additional problems

related to the material covered in Chapter 13 are here. Answers are: c (or c_orig/10),

e d c b b b. Solutions are now in the glass case (for PHY 2053) down stairs in NPB.

and answers to the even problems can be found here.

to make way for Chapter 9 solutions. Chapter 8 solutions are already posted,

and answers to the even problems can be found here.

with the scanner and I apologize for the inconvenience. Class average: 10.45.

Exam 2 is scheduled for Monday, 27th March, Periods E2-E3, 8:20 - 10:10 PM.

ROOMS have been assigned as follows:

in WM 100 for those in sections 3437 and 3438 (Instructor Sikivie)

in NEB 100 for those in sections 3442 and 3445 (Instructor Wrighton)

in NPB 1001 for those in section 6168 (Instructor Wrighton: discussions WF3 in 1011)

and also for those in sections 3435, 3444 and 3447 (Instructor Patamia)

The exam will concentrate on ch. 4 - 7.

(Ch 7 includes sections 1 - 7, AND Kepler's Third Law.)

You should bring a number two pencil, a calculator and a picture ID

You may also bring one 8.5x11in sheet with whatever formulae you want

(may be written on both sides). Please bring additional scratch paper for your
use.

please come to my office at the start of 7th period on Monday, March 27th

For your convenience, the correct answers to Practice Exam 2 are given here:

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Fully worked solutions are posted in the glass wall case

in the hall opposite the main stairway in NPB.

NPB 1001, Periods 11-E1 (6:15-8:10pm), Thursday March 23rd.

For those of you who missed getting a copy of the practice exam in class,

here is a pdf version for you to download.

Obtain a Free Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing pdf files from here.

Even answers for chapter 6 and chapter 7 are also now available.

Worked solutions for all problems in chapters 5, 6 and 7 are now in the glass case(s).

held in NPB 1001, during Periods 11-E1 (6:15-8:10pm), Thursday February 24th.

Please come prepared to raise any difficulties you are having with the course.

case in NPB assigned to this course. Answers only can be found here .

Worked solutions are now in the glass case in NPB assigned to this course.

If you took the test but have no grade, please come to my office.

Please come to my office at 5:00pm if you have asked to take the test at this time.

Exam 1 is scheduled for Monday, 7th February, Periods E2-E3, 8:20 - 10:10 PM.

ROOMS have been assigned as follows:

in LIT 101 for those in sections 3437 and 3438 (Instructor Sikivie)

in LIT 109 for those in sections 3444 and 3447 (Instructor Patamia)

in TUR L007 for those in section 3435 (Instructor Patamia: discussions in 1220)

and also for those in sections 3442, 3445 and 6168 (Instructor Wrighton)

The exam will cover ch. 1 - 3

You should bring a number two pencil, a calculator and a picture ID

You may also bring one 8.5x11in sheet with whatever formulae you want

(can be written on both sides). Please bring additional scratch paper for your
use.

NPB 1002, Friday February 4th, Periods E2-E3 (8:20-10:10pm).

For your convenience, the correct answers to Practice Exam 1 are given here:

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Fully worked solutions, along with worked solutions for the suggested problems for

Ch 1-3 are posted in the glass wall case in the hall opposite the main stairway in NPB.

NPB 1001, Periods 11-E1 (6:15-8:10pm), Thursday February 3rd.

NPB 1001, Periods E1-E2 (7:20-9:10pm), Thursday January 27th.

two copies have been put on reserve in the Marston Science Library.

(a) the solutions to additional problems which are not found in the Student Solution Manual, and

(b) several old exams with answers provided.

to make it easier for you to have access to help. They are available at the following times;

Mr. S. Patamia W 7th Period, NPB Room 2104 W 8th Period, NPB Room 2104 Prof. P. Sikivie T R 4th Period, NPB Room 2063 Mr. J. Wrighton T 4th Period, NPB Room B69 R 8th Period, NPB Room B69