PHYSICS 102, INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS II
May 23, 2002. Most people did well on the final exam!!! The
average was 81.7%.
If you remember the number printed on your exam,
you may look up your overall course grade here. Otherwise you will have to see
Martin in the department office in room 208 Jadwin or wait for
the report from the registrar.
You may also pick up your exam from Martin in the course office.
Have a good summer and think about what you learned in
physics 101 and 102 how it applies to the world around you!
Latest Update or Change
History of Updates and
- May 23, 2002.
- Added link to page containing final course grades by exam ID number
under Administration section.
About Physics 102
What is Physics 102?
The second term of the introductory sequence, 101-102! This term,
we will learn quite a bit about the laws of electricity and
magnetism and then get a taste of optics, special relativity,
quantum mechanics, and nuclear physics.
- How to Read These Pages.
- Some of our pages require a helper application or plug-in for
reading. Find out why and how to get it.
- Required Materials.
- The textbook and other items you will need for Physics 102.
The Learning Guides: LG1,
Lab Manual (75 pages), and an Oscilloscope Quick Reference.
- A week by week listing of what happens in Physics 102.
- Answers page.
- Answers to some of the even numbered problems from
the textbook (and some answers for
other study materials). For best results try the problems on your
own before checking the answers.
- Old quizzes and exams.
- The way to learn the material is to practice! Here are
old quizzes and exams with plenty of problems for practice!
- This year's quizzes and exams and
- After you've taken them of course!
- The slides from the Thursday demonstration lectures.
- The people who bring you Physics 102.
and Lab Sections
- Find your class and lab section locations and
- Photos of students and instructors for the whole course and
organized by class and lab sections. If you're not there, you
don't like the picture, or you prefer a different rendition of
your name, see me and I'll see if we can fix it.
- Advice on what to do if you are
- Missed Quiz Policy
- Calculator Policy
- Grading Corrections Policy
- Final Course Grades
- Indexed by the exam ID number that was printed on your exam.
Physics Around the Web
Physics Educational Resources.
- These resources are closely related to Physics 102. You'll
find additional notes and problems and some discussions of
Physics Research Resources.
Some links to sites actively engaged in physics research or
support of research.
Other Physics Resources.
- Physical constants, periodic table ...
Acknowledgement and Gratitude: The Physics 102 web pages
were begun by Professor Steve Thorsett
and continued by Professor Lyman Page.
Copyright © 2002, Princeton University Physics
Department and E. J. Groth