Physics II Labs
- Failing to attend labs will negatively affect your course grade and
evaluation. Labs are an important (and I hope fun) part of the
course. We will learn skills here that you won't get a chance to
practice in homework or discuss much in class.
- After completing the lab, your group will hand in a worksheet.
This worksheet will ask you to record some of the observations you
made in lab, draw some conclusions, and perhaps do a problem or
two. You can hand in the worksheet right after the lab, or, if you
prefer, anytime before the following Tuesday. I will look over the
lab "report", assign some sort of a grade, and hand it back to you.
- Material covered in the labs may appear on exams.
- The lab portion of your evaluation will be based almost
exclusively on the degree with which you engage the material while
doing the lab exercises and in your worksheet write-up.
- Typical labs will be around two hours, but some may be
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