Ongoing Course

•  Mon/Wed 14:00-15:15,    Bldg.56 Rm.105,    Slides to be available here if needed after the class.
•  This course aims to help freshmen students with solid understandings in advanced high school
physics and mathematics to appreciate important concepts and connections in classical physics.
•  Sister courses: Physics Experiement II (encouraged), Basic Physics II (elective)

Week 02-1.   Course Intro + Coulomb's Law (slides) + Sellers for Halliday, Resnick & Walker (link)
Week 02-2.   Electric Fields (slides) + 1st Homework (pdf) + Solution (pdf)
Week 03-1.   Gauss' Law (slides)
Week 03-2.   Electric Potential (slides)
Week 04-1.   Electric Potential + Capacitance (slides)
Week 04-2.   Capacitance + Current & Resistance (slides) + 2nd Homework
Week 05-1.   Current & Resistance + Term Project Paper How-To (slides)
Week 05-2.   Circuits + Magnetic Fields (slides)
Week 06-1.   Magnetic Fields (slides)
Week 06-2.   Magnetic Fields + Magnetic Fields Due to Currents + 3rd Homework
Week 07-1.   Magnetic Fields Due to Currents + Induction & Inductance
Week 07-2.   Induction & Inductance + Midterm Logistics + 4th Homework
Week 08-1.   Electromagnetic Oscillations & AC
Week 08-3.   Midterm Exam (pdf) + Solution (pdf)   / Oct. 20 (Fri) 19:00-20:30 (28-103)
Week 15-3.   Final Exam   / Dec. 8 (Fri) 19:00 (Location TBD)

•  We plan to utilize SNU's eTL system in three ways below:

(1) Class announcements: Please check your email regularly, and the eTL course page.
(2) Assignment submissions: Be ready to submit your homework and quiz through the assignment
submission links on the eTL course page. More information during the classes.
(3) Online lectures (if switched): Make sure to first log in to eTL, then access the Zoom online
lecture link via the course page. This is to let the eTL system check your attendance automatically.
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