The exam will cover Chapters 1-13, with an emphasis on Chapters 8-13. As before, formula sheets will NOT be allowed. You do not have to memorize specialized formulas, such as I=mL2/12 for a rod of length L pivoted at the middle. But you do have to know the definition of I which enables you to compute I for a rigid assembly of point masses, or for a hollow cylinder pivoted around it's symmetry axis (I=mR2.)
During the week of March 27-31, there is no lab assignment, but there is a midterm exam on Friday March 31. However, if any student has missed any of the labs 4-7, you have a chance to make up the labs during the week of March 27-31, during your regular lab hour. You must inform your TA during the week of March 20-24 about this.
This will be the ONLY chance to make up these labs.
At the end of the semester there will be another make-up opportunity,
but only for labs starting with #8.