# Physics 1120 Spring 2010

Calculus-based Introductory Physics II
(Electricity and Magnetism)

Professor Heather Lewandowski (Lecturer)
Professor Alysia Marino (Course coordinator – recitations, HWs, etc.)
Link to the web page for Professor Paul Beale's 1120 Honors Class

### Announcements

The Final Exam scores are now on CULearn. The solution is on CULearn.

The average is 72.6, the median is 73, and the standard deviation was 15 points.

 Weekly Calendar Note that the Calendar has all clicker tests linked inside in it! Set 15 is due on April 30th at 5 PM and there is NO EXTENSION. Problems 1-10 are Required. Problem 11 is an extra credit survey. Problems 12-17 are OPTIONAL. They do not count towards your grade and are not extra credit. They are just there to give some some extra practice before the exam, if you want it. Capa Solutions are at CULearn No more online Pre-Lectures are assigned. But you can go back and watch them at any time to study for the final. The next Tutorial HW ("Convex Lenses", page HW 147 only) is due at the start of your assigned tutorial on April 27th. Tutorial FAQ Old exams are available at CULearn

 Course Information Syllabus (Please go to Help Room hours staffed by an 1120 Instructor, TA, or LA) (Times, Locations, TAs and LAs) Tutorial FAQ
 Exam info Final Exam The solution will be posted on CULearn by Monday. Scores and a solution are now on CU Learn. The class average was a 72.6, the Median was 73, and the Standard Deviation was 15. Exam 3: Exam 3 solution is on CULearn. Scores are now on CU Learn. The class average was a 73.3, the Median was 75, and the Standard Deviation was 18. Exam 2: The solution is posted on CULearn. Scores are now on CU Learn. The class average was a 70.82, the Median was 71, and the Standard Deviation was 15. Exam 1: The Exam 1 solution is on CULearn. The exam scores are now also available on CULearn. The mean was a 78, the median was an 80, and the standard deviation was 15. Here is some advice for those who are concerned about their Exam 1 scores. Old exams will be available at CULearn

 Tutors and Course Help Physics Help Room. You will be more likely to get a significant amount of time with a TA or LA if you go early in the week (away from CAPA due dates!) Tutor-for-hire list For this you need to use a University IP, or login via the CU-VPN (Virtual Private Network)

Some suggested guidelines about how to e-mail your professor.

email: Professor Heather Lewandowski or Professor Alysia Marino

Go to the Physics Department's home page.
Go to the University of Colorado at Boulder home page.