Mechanics and Introduction to Relativity
Instructor: E. Sternin
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  • For those students who missed the final but have a valid medical excuse, the make-up exam is on Monday, January 8, at 10:00am. Please come to the Physics Office, MC B210, by 9:50am. Please, bring the hardcopy of the medical note with you, even if you made an earlier submission through email: only the original hardcopy notes are accepted. Do not forget to bring your student card. Portable electronics (smartphone, electronic watch) is not allowed in the exam room.

  • As announced previously, final grade calculations (including dropping the lowest two test marks, and recorded bonuses) were performed off-line, and are not visible through Sakai. The final grades were submitted to dbBrock (my.brocku.ca portal) on Dec.22, with a few corrections and additions submitted Jan.5. They should now be visible there.

  • As we enter the final week of classes:
    • yes, there is a lecture on Tuesday, December 5
    • yes, there is WeBWorK homework (14.Angular_Momentum); there are only 10 problems this time
    • no, there is no weekly quiz on Thursday, December 7
    • Help Desk hours for December 11-13 are as follows:
      DayDateTime
      MondayDecember 119:30am-12:00pm
      1:30pm-4:00pm
      TuesdayDecember 129:30am-12:00pm
      1:30pm-4:00pm
      WednesdayDecember 139:30am-12:00pm
      1:30pm-4:00pm

      All sessions in MC H200 (the PHYS 1P91 lab).

  • The final exam is on December 13, 19:00-22:00, in WCDAVIS.

  • The graded weekly tests are available for pick up in H200 (PHYS 1P91 lab), during the Help Desk hours.

  • Laptops or portable alert devices like smartphones or smartwatches are not allowed during lectures

  • Be sure to monitor the homework link on the left. There will be some readings and online homework every week, and dedicating some time to this course every day is the best way to prepare for the weekly test. The volume of the material in this class is significant, so do a little bit every day, and start getting into this habit this week.

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