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Physics Homework Quest _HOT_

Some questions you may encounter in Quest will use numeric free response answers that you type in. The following example is a numeric type question on a learning module slide, but these questions can appear on all types of Quest assignments.

Physics Homework Quest

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For over 20 years, PhysicsCentral has communicated the excitement and importance of physics to the public. While this site is now retired, The American Physical Society maintains its commitment to public outreach and engagement in physics.

STEP UP is a national community of physics teachers, researchers, and professional societies. STEP UP designs high school physics lessons to empower teachers, create cultural change, and inspire young women to pursue physics in college.

This is just a reminder that you have to reserve a time to complete Quest 1 between 9/12 - 9/14 @ the CBTF. The quest is 50 mins long and will cover Units 1 and 2. There is a practice quest on PrairieLearn that illustrates what the quest will look like (in terms of questions, difficulty, and length).

Also, a reminder that aspeople are starting to take Quest 1, this is just a reminder NOT to discuss the Quest 1 questions before Wed (after everyone has taken it). It's perfectly alright to discuss the Practice Quest, just not the in-CBTF Quest questions.

1) Your iClicker scores from Friday lecture have been uploaded to the gradebook (accessible through the course website). If you brought your iClicker to lecture on Friday and answered at least 75% of the questions, then you should see a 100 as your "lecture #1" grade. If you see a 0 as your grade, and you think that's an error, it's likely that your iClicker registration ID needs to be set in the gradebook (see here for details: ). If this was the problem and you fix this, your lecture scores will be updated next week. If this isn't the problem, you can email me directly, and we can try to troubleshoot. 2) A reminder that you have homework 1A due 8 AM Tuesday and homework 1B due 8 AM Friday. Questions about the homework problems or logistics can be addressed to Piazza. Also, like in week 1, you have your discussion section and a prelecture/checkpoint due at 8 AM before Friday's lecture.

A: There's no expectation that you'll know calculus coming into the course. There are lots of connections between calculus and physics, and we'll talk about the important ones in class. However, most of the homework and other problems that you'll do don't really require you to know calculus. Two main things that you will need (that we will cover) is that the derivative of a function is the slope of the graph and that the integral of a function is the area under the graph. Sometimes the prelecture videos incorrectly assume that the viewer knows calculus, so you might be confused by some things in the prelecture videos.

  • COVID-19 is still here. You must have building access granted in the SaferIllinois app to attend class.

  • All people must wear a mask in lecture and discussion, whether or not you are vaccinated.

If you ever have to make a choice between health/safety and physics, please choose health/safety. We have policies for excused absenses and make-up work, but if you are facing challenges that go beyond these, please get in contact with me (Eric) and we'll work it out.

Using the services of a qualified online tutor is the most reliable way to get your physics assignments completed from the comfort of your home. Your personal tutor will help you solve all your challenging physics problems and provide you with step-by-step explanations so that you could do similar tasks yourself.

Your classmates and upperclassmen should have some experience in using physics homework solvers. They can recommend you solvers which can be relied upon and where you can find them. Moreover, some of your excellent classmates may agree to help with your physics assignments on a constant basis. To find this type of assistance online, register on any physics forum and use its opportunities to the fullest. Any physics problem can be solved. You should just think big in order to find the solver to do the job.

Pocket Physics is a free app that gives you the information related to physics formulas with descriptions and images. This app is perfect for students to do physics homework quickly and accurately. Pocket Physics provides discrete explanations of critical concepts taught in an introductory physics course from linear motion to astronomy. It is also a perfect reference, full of formulas, equations, and images for students who need help with physics homework assignments.

PhysicsProf is an app consisting of a large library of Physics equations and allows users to input values and solve these equations at the click of a button. This physics app will enable your students to solve Physics equations by identifying and rearranging correct equations based on inputted data. Once solved, users are shown the correct step by step method to help understand how to get to the solution which enables individuals to build confidence in eventually solving these unaided. An additional feature of this app is the ability to alter the units of each value, providing a further level of challenge. There are five topic areas within the app, each with a large variety of possible equations ranging from GCSE to post 16 level of difficulty

Equate is an app which collates a library of over 400 useful equations spanning across several subjects, and enables the user to initially solve problems, and then challenge themselves with questions to apply their understanding and to build confidence in using these formulas. Equate formulas cover Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Economics, and are suitable for a variety of age ranges dependent on the subject specifications taught. The app is supported by individual Youtube links specific to the equation chosen and Wikipedia pages to help the user expand on their understanding and offer instant support.

Monster Physics will have children building all types of objects in order to complete missions or just for the simple fun of it. Monster Physics is an educational game for children and adults. It has three activities: missions, building, and learning. In the learning section, children become familiar with common physics vocabulary terms. They can build any type of object they can imagine using some or all of the 68 included parts. This game is suitable for Key Stage 1 and 2 and also has elements for higher key stages. This app teaches students about the basic principles of physics such as friction, rotation, mass, speed and velocity.

The Newtonium - Physics Simulator app is a unique app for solving physics problems. The application calculates forces exerted on a body and simulates the resulting motion in two dimensions, with three degrees of freedom. You can set physical properties such as mass, velocity, size, position and many more. Running a simulation will see the forces in action where you can specify conditions and change the models variables. The app is suitable for ages 15 and above and comes with no in-app purchases or adverts.

Some students especially those who hate chemistry may panic when they are given a load of chemistry homework. Chemistry is a subject that some may find tough, but you still have to complete the work given to you on this subject. Continue reading on if you want to know a few methods of getting chemistry homework solutions.

Now when you are given chemistry homework try not to panic. It is better that you attempt your work by yourself so that you can learn from it, which can help you out in your exams. Is it not better to do your work yourself and understand the different concepts before the exams come? Try the above ways when you are confused and see which way works the best for you.

GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT: Orrin Shindell,, office RLM 14.218.Orrin will address questions about ambiguities in the Learning Module questions and Homework problems.

LEARNING MODULES on QUEST: Assignments in Quest of material to be completed BEFORE CLASS, including text sections to be read and short clicker-type questions to answer online before coming to class.

i-CLICKERS will be used in class starting on Friday January 23rd. Starting on Monday, January 26th, the clicker questions will count toward the semester grade. For a clicker session in a class, 50% of the clicker grade for that class will be given IF some response (right or wrong) is made for every clicker question. The remaining 50% of the clicker grade will be pro-rated by the number of correct answers to the questions. For example, if there are four clicker questions with a response for all four questions but with only one correct response, the grade for the class is 62.5%=[50% +(1/4)50%].

The Quest content delivery and homework server system is maintained by the College of Natural Sciences. After the 12th day of class, when you log into Quest you will be asked to pay via credit card on a secure payment site. You have the option to wait up to 30 days to pay while still continuing to use Quest for your assignments. Address questions regarding fees to Address questions regarding payments to .

HOMEWORK: Due by 11:30 p.m. in the Quest system each Thursday and Sunday (except Sunday evenings before a Monday evening test). You may submit your answers one problem at a time, any time up to the due time for the homework set. No homework will be accepted beyond the cutoff time.


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