## PHY 2049 - Physics 2 with Calculus - Summer 2018

## Exams

Exam questions will be taken from a number of sources, including, but not limited to, the textbook, assigned problems, lectures, and past exams. The exam format is multiple-choice using ScanTron sheets. The answer which you bubble in on the ScanTron is the one we grade. If you make an error bubbling in an answer and miss a question, then you do not receive credit for the question. On the other hand, if you guess a question and get it correct even though you did not know how to do the problem, then you get credit for the problem. Each exam has 15 questions and is worth 15 points (0 or 1 point per problem). All exams will be given in class, and last 75 minutes.

**Material you must bring**to the exam is as follows: pencil(s), pencil sharpener, calculator, a few blank scrap paper sheets. You are also allowed to bring:

**one hand-written formula sheet**

**(both sides)**for the 1st midterm exam;

**one hand-written formula sheets**

**(both sides)**for the 2nd midterm exam;

**one hand-written formula sheets**

**(both sides)**for the 3rd midterm exam;

and

**two hand-written formula sheets**

**(both sides each)**for the final exam.

## Quizzes

Discussion section quizzes will be based on (but not identical to) the assigned homework problems due before the discussion section. Each quiz will have one or two (typically multi-part) problem(s), which will be hand graded on a 10-point scale, with a 1-point step for partial credit. The quizzes are 15 min long.

**Material you must bring**for quizzes is as follows: pencil(s), pencil sharpener, calculator, a few blank scrap paper sheets. The quizzes are closed-book.

**You are NOT allowed to have formula sheets.**

## Make-ups

Requirements for class attendance and make-up exams, assignments, and other work in
this course are consistent with
university policies. In order to make-up a quiz or test you must have a documented valid excuse. Wether you are allowed to make up a test or quiz will be determined by the professors not the TAs. If you believe you have a valid excuse and would like to make up a test or quiz, **e-mail your excuse to phy2049@phys.ufl.edu**.