PHY 191
Schedule
Spring 1998


The readings and problems in Taylor's book and the Lab Book problems noted in the TABLE are to be completed BEFORE class.

The remaining problems found in each Lab are to be answered and turned in with your completed lab report.

* John R. Taylor, An Introduction to Error Analysis, 2nd Edition, University Science, 1997.

** MSU Course Pack, Spring 1998, PHY191, Professor Golding, Student Book Store.


LAB
DATE
TOPIC
READING
in
TAYLOR*
PROBLEMS
in
TAYLOR*
PROBLEMS
in
LAB BOOK**
0
1/19
Computing and Graphing
--
--
--
1
1/26
Random and
Systematic Errors
Chapters
1, 2, 3, and 5
--
--
2
2/2
Free Fall
Sections
3.10 and 3.11
3.8, 3.36,
and 3.44
Question 1
in Section V
3
2/9
Simple Pendulum
Chapter 4 and
Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 and 5.4
4.5 and 4.14
Q1 on p. 2
4
2/16
Rotational Motion
Chapter 8
8.7, 8.25
Q1, part IV
Show your work!
5
2/23
Collisions in
2 Dimentions
Sections 5.5, 5.6,and 5.8
5.5, 5.12,
and 5.20
Part 6 of
Section IV
6
3/2
Simple Harmonic Motion
Chapter 7
5.14, 5.36,
5.37, 7.3,
and 7.5
--
--
3/9
SPRING BREAK
BREAK
BREAK
BREAK
7
3/16
DC Instruments
and Circuits
--
--
--
8
3/23
Electrostatics
--
--
--
9
3/30
Heat Equivalence
of Mechanical Energy
--
--
--
10
4/6
The Oscilloscope
--
--
--
11
4/13
AC Voltage
and Power I
--
--
--
12
4/20
AC Vploage
and Power II
--
--
--
13
4/27
Magnetic Field of
a Circular Coil
--
--
--
--
5/4
IN-LAB
FINAL EXAM
FINAL
FINAL
FINAL

* John R. Taylor, An Introduction to Error Analysis, 2nd Edition, University Science, 1997.

** MSU Course Pack, Spring 1998, PHY191, Professor Golding, Student Book Store.


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