303L Interactive Quiz (IQ)-Questions
- Link to this page: This
page is linked to the "E & M and Optics" part of the IQ-library
on the Classtalk home page at http://www.ph.utexas.edu/~ctalk.
- Errors, queries and
- At the end of each
chapter there is link to the IQ-library board which allows users to post
comments, error reports etc. The intent of this board is to help keep the
library materials up to date.
- About once a year, Dr.
Chiu plans to visit the board and correct error reports found on the
board. If you want his immediate attention please touch base with Dr.
Chiu through email at email@example.com
- If the update of the
error report occurs during a semester, errors corrected will be indicated
in the iqerrata and correction date will be posted in the table of
contents after the title of the questions.
- Download iq-questions:
Please use the printer-friendly features to download iq-questions one
chapter at a time.
- Faculty Copy: If you
are a physics faculty member and are interested in getting a
transparency-size copy of library questions please contact Dorothy in the
physics main office.
The term "IQ-questions" stands for Interactive Quiz questions. IQ
questions are a collection of "bite-size"questions. Many of these
questions will be covered during lectures. They often accentuate the key
points, and nuances in a lecture or a homework problem. Working through
IQ-questions could also be a regular activity in weekly TA sessions. ( For a
general discussion on the Interactive Quizzes and IQ-questions please click here. ). The
collection of IQ questions which will be used this semester consists of:
Developed by us, available on the Web. Click here.
- pi-questions: Taken
from the Peer Instruction Book of Eric Mazur.Click here.
- The postscript file is
available. Click here.
Recommendations to students: (IQ questions are the secret weapons
which will help you to do well in this course.)
- Study the IQ questions in
depth on a regular basis. Make sure that you understand the physics. Write
down an explanation for each question in your own words. Your instructor
and your TA will be glad give you their comments on your writeups.
- To keep up with the pace of
this course, students should review at least those IQ questions for the
materials covered in the previous lecture.
- As the semester goes along,
you should plan to work through the entire collection of IQ questions. If
you have any queries or concerns on any of these questions, make sure to
get them resolved. For instance you may discuss them with your classmates,
bring them to your TA session, or consult your instructor, etc.
- Before each exam, among other
things, make sure that you have gone through the Physics of the IQ
questions for that unit. Keep in mind, some questions similar to IQ
questions may appear in the exam.
Errata page 303L
listing of all Chapter 23 questions
listing of all Chapter 24 questions
listing of all Chapter 25 questions
listing of all Chapter 26 questions
listing of all Chapter 27 questions
listing of all Chapter 28 questions
listing of all Chapter 29 questions
listing of all Chapter 30 questions
listing of all Chapter 31 questions
listing of all Chapter 32 questions
listing of all Chapter 34 questions
listing of all Chapter 35 questions
listing of all Chapter 36 questions
listing of all Chapter 37 questions
listing of all Chapter 38 questions