Course Web Page for Phys1061
Fall 2005
Look for the
homework problems, their due date, and their solutions on this page. Homework
will not be accepted once the solution has been posted on the web page – usually
within 2 hours of the due date. Correctly solved problems (work and result)
bring 2 points, attempts showing work and possibly a wrong result bring 1
point, everything else brings 0 points.
Due December 9: Chapter 6, questions 5 and 6, problem
3
Solutions: question5, question 6, problem 3
Due November 18, 2005: Chapter 4, problems 5, 6 and 7 solution
Due November 11, 2005: Chapter 4, problems 1, 2, and 4 solutions
Due November 7, 2005: (no class on
Friday November 4)
Problems 1,
2, 3 and 5 in Chapter 3 of the textbook
Questions 6,
7, 9 in Chapter 3 of the text book
(worth a
total of 14 points) Solutions: page
1, page 2, page 3
Due October 21, 2005: word document or as webpage
Due October 14: webpage
or word
document
Solutions as word
document or web page.
You can just
turn in a sheet with the answers if you’d rather not print the whole document.
Due 10/7/05 plus problem 2
(chapter 2) from last week
There was a
misprint in the problems at the bottom which has been corrected. Please check.
Solutions: page 1, page 2, page 3
Due 9/30/05: textbook chapter 1question 8, chapter
2 problems 1 and 2
I apologize:
we did not get to a point were I could expect you to do problem 2. Please turn
that one in next week.
Due 9/23/05: text book, chapter 1: question 4, question 5, problem 2 (use rulers for
drawings if appropriate)
I consider it necessary for many of you
to practice a few principal strategies using this worksheet.
Solution
for the worksheet.
Due 9/9/05 solution page 1, solution page 2
Remarks: Please do submit your homework in a
form that allows me to track your train of thought. If you do not write down
your work, there are several consequences:

You
may lose track of what you are doing.

There
is no partial credit.

Neither
you nor I have any idea why your answer was wrong, and you will repeat the
mistake.
Be generous
in using space to write down your solutions! The backpage of the problems, or
extra pages are possibilities.
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modified: 12/12/2005 2:28 PM
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University
of MinnesotaMorris, Division of Science and Mathematics
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