Welcome to Physics

This Moodle is run by Dr. Halverson .

Japanese Links and Homework
Please go to Google Classroom https://classroom.google.com/ and join the Nihongo (Japanese) by Hirata-sensei classroom. Use Invitation Code dgsdxd

Link to check your detention hours:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18FXpLD2l9ohlqleElVdZltL6jyQDAgqwMawCDwrmOSg/edit#gid=720355060
(Use your firstname/initial/idnumber and your normal password.)

Link to a big stopwatch for physics experiments: http://stopwatch.onlineclock.net/

Note on email addresses:
--Moodle cannot send email to hotmail.com, outlook.com and live.com
I am on their "blacklist" and I haven't been able to get off of it.  All other email providers seem to be OK.

Notes on Quizzes (Regular Physics only.  AP Physics may be different):
--You have ONE WEEK to take a quiz after it has been administered.  After that it's too late and you'll get a zero.
--You have ONE WEEK to do quiz corrections after a quiz has been returned to you.  Quiz corrections earn 1/2 credit for each problem that is re-done.
(This only apples to "real" quizzes, not to pop quizzes or reading quizzes.)

Notes on Moodle Grades:
--To get credit, you must score at least 3.7 out of 5.  Lower scores earn a zero.
--"Serious attempt" policy:  If I see that you got less than 3.7, but made a serious attempt, you can do it over for full credit.  Tell me when done.
--"Did YOU do it?"  policy for late work:  If I suspect that you had someone do an assignment for you, I might ask you to do some of the problems in front of me.  If you can't do them, I will tell you to do them in class after school.  BUT (good news), I will give you full credit for the work you do.  Also, in this situation I will try to help you do the work and learn the subject matter as you do it.

PHYSICS HOMEWORK:::::::::::::::::::::::::: dates are DUE dates ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Due Fri 1/19: Moodle 32.2
Due Wed 1/17: WS 32-3 available here: http://www.halverscience.net/moodle/mod/quiz/view.php?id=608
Extra Credit: See Notes Ch 32, slide 21. Deadline is Tuesday 1/16 at 10 PM
Due Tue 1/16/2018:
... Finish notes Ch 32
... Finish WS 32-1, available here: http://www.halverscience.net/moodle/mod/resource/view.php?id=691
Due Fri 1/12/2018:
... Do Notes for Ch 32 up through "Conductors and Insulators"
... Read pg 644 to 657 (ch 32 on Electrostatics)
... Do Moodle 32.1
... Do the first page of WS 32-1
Due Wed 1/10/2018:
... Do the Page 1 Art in your notebook.
... The theme is "Great Moments in Science". It can be real, historical or imaginary, funny.
... It will be graded in the usual way: Originality, Effort/Artistry, Color, On-Topic, Explained/Understandable.
... Do you need to buy another notebook? This is the time to do it!

AP PHYSICS Period 2 HOMEWORK ::::::::::::::::::::::::: dates are DUE dates ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Tue 1/23:
...QUIZ on Ch 8 based on the homework including WS AP8-1. All Ch 8 HW will be collected.  Solutions have been posted.  Please hand in homework with "correct" solutions.  I will penalize incomplete/incorrect homework problems. <br>
...Make yourself a 1/2 page cheat-sheet.
...Do problems page 298 #39 and #41 (Ch 9)
...Hints: For #39 there is a convenient formula. Find it. For #41, use eq. 9.13 with r replaced by the "semimajor axis" (1/2 of the length of the ellipse).
Due Fri 1/19:
... Read 278-288 (miniQ)
... Do Pg 296 #23,25,30
Due Thu 1/18/2018:
... Read Ohanian Pg 271-278 (Reading quiz?)
... Do pg 295 #1,3,7,11
Due Tue 1/16/2018:
... Read Hewitt (the white book) Pages 232-254. (Ch 13) Do Annotations "Halverson style": http://www.halverscience.net/moodle/mod/folder/view.php?id=1369
... Do Moodle 13.0, 13.1, 13.2 (I will assign 13.3 later).
Due FRIDAY 1/12/2018:
...Do Ohanian Pg 262 (Ch8) #26, 28,29,31,35,38,40,44,47,55,70,73,75
Assigned in December 2017, not yet collected:
Pg 262 (ch8) #1,5,9,10,24,26

ADVISORY CLASSWORK and HOMEWORK:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Link to Community Service Opportunities: http://www.laworks.com/HOC__Volunteer_Opportunity_Calendar_Page

Available courses

Introduction to physics for students studying calculus and taking the AP Physics C examination.