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PHYS-1150 (5)

General Physics II (4 credits)

WMU Fall Semester 2006

Registration CRN Numbers:

CRN: 40527 - PHYS 1150 - 100

MTuWThF  1:00- 1:50am · 1110 Rood Hall

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Serway & Faughn General Physics 7th ed.

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THIS COURSE WAS FOR FALL 2006

FINAL GRADES AVAILABLE HERE.


Spring 2005 Exam 1 with Solutions (.PDF)

Sample Exam 1: First set (9-15-2006 F), Second set (9-20-2006 W), Third set (9-26-2006 Tu)

Solution to Fall 2006 Exam 1 (Click here for a copy.)

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Spring 2005 Exam 2 with Solutions (.PDF)

Sample Exam 2: First set (10-06-2006 F), Second set (10-13-2006 F), Third set (10-19-2006 Th)

Solution to Fall 2006 Exam 2 (Click here for a copy.)

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Spring 2005 Exam 3 with Solutions (.PDF)

Sample Exam 3: First set (URL corrected 11-09-2006 Th), Second set (11-10-2006 F) (NEW - Solution to Second Set), Third set (11-17-2006 F)

Solution to Fall 2006 Exam 3 (Click here for a copy.)

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Spring 2005 Final Exam with Solutions (.PDF) - NEW!!!

Sample Final Exam: First set and Second set (11-30-2006 Th), Third set (12-6-2006 W) (NEW - Solution to Third Set)


This week in PHYS-1150 at 1pm.



Course Descriptions from the WMU Course Registration Web Site (GoWMU)

PHYS 1150 - General Physics II

4 hrs. Fall, Winter, and Summer

This course follows PHYS 1130 and consists of studies in electricity, magnetism, light, and atomic and nuclear physics. Many schools of engineering will not accept PHYS 1130, 1140, 1150, 1160 for transfer credit.† A student cannot receive credit for both PHYS 1150 and PHYS 2070. Prerequisite: PHYS 1130. Corequisites: (none)

PHYS 1160 - General Physics II Laboratory

1 hr. Fall, Winter, and Summer

This is a laboratory course which includes exercises related to topics covered in PHYS 1150. Normally this course is taken concurrently with PHYS 1150. A student may not receive credit for both PHYS 1160 and PHYS 2080. Corequisite: PHYS 1150.

† - Should you require calculus-based physics in the future, there is a conversion course PHYS-2150 (see Physics Dept.).


Dec. 12 Tue	- Final Exam  2:45pm-4:45pm (2 hours)
Dec. 15 Fri	- End of Fall Session
Dec. 19 Tue	- Grades due at Noon