Freshman: sophomore junior senior grad ( circle one)
Current status: enrolled wait listed hope to enroll
Why are you taking this class?__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in lab is REQUIRED.
What is your lab section (Phys 232)? ___________________
If you are not yet enrolled in Phys 232, list ALL sections that will
fit into your schedule, in order of preference:
1.____________________
2.____________________
3.____________________
Lab sections:
Section 1 Wed 1:103:55; section 2 Wed 5:358:20pm; section 3 Th 9:3512:20PREREQUISITES:
Second semester calculus (Math 221 or Math 227 at SFSU):
Where taken?_____________When?____________________ Grade_______
1^{st} semester Physics (Physics 220 at SFSU)
Where taken_____________When?_____________________Grade________
COREQUISITE: Third semester calculus (Math 222 if you took Math 221. Math 228 is recommended but not required)
List section, or if already passed, college and grade_______________________
Any other calculus or advanced math?
In your calculus class, did you learn:
Definition of derivative using differentials? _______
Definition of integral as sum of elementary areas?______
Integration by parts?______________
Integration and differentiation of exponentials and logarithms?_______
Series expansions?_________
How to take a limit as x ® 0 or x®¥
? _______
I understand that this class requires a major commitment of time and effort and I agree to make that commitment. My proposed schedule is shown below. I understand that a minimum score of 50% on the homework is required for a grade of C or better. Please enroll me in Physics 230 and 232.
Sign here_____________________________________________Date______________
My schedule
Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday/
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Before
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5 pm

Please fill out your schedule and indicate the hours that you plan to spend working on this class. I expect to see at least 9 hours outside of lecture time devoted to Physics 230.