Enrichment Mechanics

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**Announcements**

- Blank PDF copies of Practice Problems (see Classwork) will be posted in advance to the course website every Thursday
- Blank PDF copies of Problem Sets will be posted in advance to the course website every Thursday
- Practice Problems will be due by the end of class that day
- Problem Sets will be due at the beginning of class the following Friday
- Solutions will be posted on Friday evenings the week after class
- Paper copies of problem sets will be provided
- Paper copies of practice problems will also be provided, but use of a tablet, etc. to access and complete the practice problems is fine (it's fine for the problem sets, too, as long as you can submit a paper copy)

as I will be out of town.**There will be no class on Friday, February 2**

Exam 1 Information:

- Your first exam for PHYS211 will be held on Tuesday, February 13 at 7 PM
- Exam 1 will cover Lectures 1-6
- For your room assignments, please see this link, and look for either your section number or your PHYS211 discussion TA's name.
- Practice exams with solutions are found here

**General Information**

Course Description

Supplement to PHYS 211 with a collaborative group learning approach to improving conceptual understanding and problem solving in introductory calculus-based mechanics. Intended for underprepared students who have taken PHYS 100, but other at-risk students will be admitted also. This course is designed to provide extra practice for learning course concepts and functions as a pre-discussion to PHYS211's discussion section.

Instructor

David (Daeyoung) Lee → dl6@illinois.edu

Office Hours: Loomis 35, Mondays from 4:00 - 5:00 PM, or by appointment

Class Meeting

Loomis 276, Fridays from 12:00 - 1:50 PM (M1) or 2:00 - 3:50 PM (M2)

Syllabus

See here.

Formula Sheet

See here.

**Policies**

Course Grade Breakdown

Attendance (i.e., arriving **on time**) will be 10% of the total grade, participation is 20%, *completion* of your practice assignments is worth 30%, and your problem sets are worth 40% (which will be graded for correctness).

Homework due dates

Any practice assignments or problem sets that are not finished by the end of class are due the following Friday. If the in-class practice problems are completed during class, please be sure to notify me before class ends to receive full credit!