PY106  Elementary Physics IISummer 2000 
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New Information for PY106 
Class meets daily in SCI 111 from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m.
NEW! Problems 38 and 64 of the chapter 24 assignment (which is due Wednesday, August 2) will be due at the start of class on Thursday, August 3. The rest of this assignment is still due at the usual time (at the start of discussion section on Wednesday, August 2).
Concerning labs:
 The first lab will take place on Thursday, July 6, from 10:30 to 1:00 in the basement of SCI. Both lab sections, A and B, will meet at this time. Afterward, labs will meet either on Tuesday or Thursday. Look here to find out which lab section you are in.
 Policy on missed labs: If there are extenuating circumstances (which you must explain) that will cause you to miss your regularly scheduled lab session of the week, you may attend the other lab session that week, provided you obtain my permission by MONDAY of the week of the lab you are missing. You should give me written notice, either by email or on paper. You will be permitted to do this only once.
Concerning discussion sections:
 The first discussion sections will meet on Friday, July 7, from 10:30 to noon. Both discussion sections will run simultaneously on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:30 to noon. Look here to find out which discussion section you are in.
 You are required to attend the discussion and lab sections to which you have been assigned. There will be no changes.
 Homework is due at the start of discussion section and will only be accepted on (or before) the due date. Homework solutions are available on the web the day after the homework is due. Solutions will also be posted on the bulletin board for PY106 that is outside the classroom. Once the solutions are posted, we can not accept homework for grading.
General course information on PY106 
There are a number of items on reserve at the library, including:
 2 copies of volume 1 of the textbook (author is D.C. Giancoli)
 2 copies of volume 2 of the textbook (author is D.C. Giancoli)
 1 copy of the Study Guide for our textbook (author is Joseph Boyle)
 1 copy of the MCAT Physics Study Guide (author is Joseph Boone)
Exams from previous years of PY106 
Other resources 
Thinking like a physicist 
Useful links 
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