**Instructor
Prof. David Dunlap
Email: dunlap@unm.edu
Office: PAIS 2530
**

In this class we will concern ourselves with laws of physics that were discovered/formulated
in the 1800's, and stand among the greatest achievements in natural philosophy in our modern age:
thermodynamics and electromagnetism.
**ANNOUNCEMENTS**

Grades have been entered and should become visible tonight (5/13)

Textbook Readings: Parts of Chapter 31. See instructions in Hmwk 14.

**Lectures**

**Recitation**

**Textbook**

For thermodynamics we will follow class lecture notes which will be posted here:
Lecture 1
Lecture 2
Lecture 3.
Lecture 4.
Lecture 5.
Lecture 6.
Lecture 7.
Lecture 8.
Lecture 9.
Lecture 10.
Lecture 11.
For electromagnetism we will follow
"University Physics" by Young and Freedman, chapters 21-31, 15th edition.
(Any recent edition of the text, 12th, 13th, or 14th, will suffice.)
**Office hours**

Wednesday following recitation; 4:00-7:00 pm.

**Homework and Exams**

**Syllabus**

The first 1/3 of class wil be thermodynamics. Second 2/3 of the class will be electromagetism.
Syllabus.

Grades have been entered and should become visible tonight (5/13)

Textbook Readings: Parts of Chapter 31. See instructions in Hmwk 14.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10:00-10:50.

Wednesday, 3:00-3:50.

Homework: This will normally be assigned each Saturday, to be passed in at the beginning of class the following Friday. The semester homework total will be worth 20% of the overall grade. No late homework will be accepted, but your lowest score will be dropped from the average. Homework assignments will be posted here:

Gnuplot Graphing Homework 1 Solutions to Homework 1 Homework 2 Solutions to Homework 2 Homework 3 Solutions to Homework 3 Homework 4 Solutions to Homework 4 Thermodynamics Flashcards Practice for Thermodynamics Solutions for Thermodynamics Practice Old Thermodynamics Exam Solutions to Old Thermodynamics Exam Solutions to another old Exam 1 Solutions to this year's Exam 1 Homework 5 Solutions for Homework 5 Homework 6 Solutions for Homework 6 Notes on Work and Capacitance Homework 7 Solutions for Homework 7 Homework 8 (and lecture notes) Solutions for Homework 8 Paddling along a stream with high resistivity Electrostatics Study Guide Electrical Flashcards Part 1 Electrical Flashcards Part 2 Electrical Flashcards Part 3 Electrical Flashcards Part 4 Electrical Flashcards Part 5 Old Exam 2 Solutions for Old Exam 2 Older Exam 2 without solutions Solutions for much older Exam 2 Solutions for Exam 2 (2022) VAA Solutions for Exam 2 (2022) VBB Solutions for Exam 2 (2022) VCC Solutions for Exam 2 (2022) VDD Solutions for Exam 2 (2023) Homework 9 Solutions for Homework 9 Notes on Resistors in Series and Parallel Homework 10 Solutions for Homework 10 Notes on Magnetization of Materials Homework 11 Solutions for Homework 11 Notes on Faraday's Law 1 Notes on Faraday's Law 2 Homework 12 Solutions for Homework 12 Partial List of topics for Exam 3 New flashcards for Exam 3 Part 1 Old flashcards for Exam 3 Part 2 Old flashcards for Exam 3 Part 3 Old flashcards for Exam 3 Part 4 Example of an Exam 3 from a different year Solutions to Old Exam 3 Exam 3 from 2012 Some old practice problems for Exam 3 Solutions to old practice problems for Exam 3 Solutions for Exam 3 from 2022 Solutions for Exam 3 from 2023 Homework 13 Solutions for Homework 13 Makeup Exam from 2015 (see solutions below for corrections) Solutions to Makeup Exam from 2015 Solutions for Makeup Exam from 2020 Solutions to 2022 Makeup Exam Solutions to 2023 Makeup Exam Homework 14 Solutions for Homework 14 Solutions to the Final Exam 2020 Final Exam from 2016 Solutions to Final Exam from 2016 More Flashcards over RLC etc. Solutions to last year's Final Exam Solutions to this year's Final Exam Exams: There will be 3 in-class exams during the semester, to be tentatively held on the following Mondays: Feb. 20, Mar. 27, and Apr. 24. Each of these exams will be worth 20% of the total course grade. The remaining 20% of the course grade will be based on the final exam, which will be on Friday, May. 12, from 7:30 am - 9:30 am. Please arrange your schedules in advance so that you will be available to take these exams. An optional comprehensive makeup exam will be offered one time only, on Wed. evening, May 3, from 7:30-9:30 pm. You may substitute your score on this exam for your lowest score on any of the three regular in-class exams. This way you may compensate for having been absent for an exam. Please note, however, that there is no makeup for the final exam, nor is there a makeup date for the makeup exam. Grades are based on percentages: A (90-100), B (80-89), C (70-79), D (60 - 69) F (<60).© The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131, (505) 277-2616