#
Phys 218 Home Page

Greetings physics students,

This html document is provided as a convenience to the student. The
intention is that it should reflect the same information as is
distributed to the student during class. In the unlikely event that any
information here is inconsistent with the information distributed in
class, then that information supersedes this document.

This page serves the Fall 1997, Phys. 218 students of
Prof. George R. Welch,
Sections 509-512, which meets MWF from 1:50-2:40.

## News Flash!

### This is where I will put relatively important news items.

- Final grades (course grades) are now online. You may obtain
you grade in the class from the form below.
- A
** summary ** of all the course grades is
now available, see below.
- The Final Exam is graded. The distribution is shown below.
The curve is less lenient than for exams 2 and 3, but more
lenient than exam 1. Basically, it was a pretty reasonable
exam, and the scores were good.
- The lab and recitation grades are now curved. For some of you,
this may improve your standing. You should check your grades
from the form below. I have tried to come up with a fair curve,
but it may not please everybody. Feel free to make comments,
particularly constructive ones :-).

## Useful information:

- Homework.
**Nothing is more important than working homework problems!
**
- Course Information.
This is very important information.
- Syllabus.
This is the schedule of what we study when this semester.
It also contains approximate dates for the exams.
- Exam policy.
These rules were not printed on the syllabus, so here they are.

## Exam Results

The grade distributions and statistics and gross estimates of
the ``curve'' for individual exams are available.

I have added a summary of the class grade distribution.

##
Grades
are now Online!

If your WWW browser supports forms, you may now access your
course grades via the web. You will be asked to verify
your identity by entering your name and student id number.

## Let me know what you think!

If you have questions or comments on this www page, or if you have
found any errors or things that don't work, or if you just want to
say hi!, then send me some email.

For the interested student, I have a modest collection of
pointers to some interesting
physics
information.

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