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Phys 216, Spring 2003
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Instructor: Anastasia Chopelas
Office: B436

Office Hours: Tuesday, 11 to 12 and by appointment
e-mail: [email protected]

Phone: 543-9586
Home Page: http://faculty.washington.edu/chopelas/

TA: Jim Prager, 685-2465, B235, [email protected]; Rachel Dominguez, [email protected] (email is the best way to reach any of us)

Class Meeting Times and Location:
MTWThF 12:30 - 13:20 in PAA A114, workshops held on Thursdays and Fridays will be in PAB 180

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Final grades are posted HERE. These are listed in numerical order of the last four digits so they are not alphabetized. The average grade in the class is 2.9 whereas that on the second midterm is 78 (page shows 79, but that is with extra credit.

The two midterms comprised 40% of the credit, the final report 30% and the classwork another 30%. It is not possible to pass the class if no assignments were turned in. There are some people for which certain parts of the grade were missing and they are noted on the grade list as letters next to the grade. Two people have arranged for late turning in of reports.

If my notations are in error, please contact me immediately. Grade changes can be applied for easily enough. I will be spending most of the summer here in Seattle. There are some people for which I found no visual part of the project and a couple for which there was no written report. For the most part, the reports were quite good. The average grade was 85/100. There were a number of people that did extra work on the project, getting some extra credit that was applied to their midterm grades.

If you have any questions, I will be happy to discuss how your grade was determined.

Have a good summer.

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 Last Updated:
06/20/03

Contact the instructor at: [email protected]