- UVU
- 441
- 581
- 601
- 602
- 618
- 641
- 642
- 651
- 652
- 721
- 731
- 733
- 751
- 752

These are the textbooks I used as an undergraduate at Utah Valley University

Notes for TA position: Electro-magnetostatics using Griffith's 3rd.

Related examples from the book: 1.1-1.9

**Homework 1:** Problems 1.2, 1.4, 1.9, 1.12, 1.13, 1.16, 1.18, and 1.24

Kent Gee was the professor for this acoustics course.

Kent Gee article review | Lab Work VI | Another VI | Lab Work |

The text for this class was:

Foundations of Mathematical Physics course that was mostly over my head.

HW 1 | HW 2 | HW 3 |

HW 4 | HW 5 | HW 6 |

HW 7 | HW 8 | HW 9 |

HW 10 | HW 10.5 | HW 11 |

HW 12 and 13 | Hirschmann's 12 | Hirschmann's 13 |

The text:

HW 1 and the tex | HW 2 and the tex | HW 3 and the tex | HW 4 and the tex |

HW 5 and the tex | HW 6 and the tex | HW 7 and the tex | HW 8 and the tex |

HW 9 and the tex | HW 10 and the tex | HW 11 and the tex | HW 12 and the tex |

HW 13 and the tex | HW 14 and the tex | HW 15 and the tex | |

HW 16 and the tex | HW 17 and the tex | HW 18 and the tex | |

HW 19 and the tex | HW 20 and the tex | HW 21 and the tex | |

HW 22 and the tex | HW 23 and the tex | HW 24 and the tex | |

HW 25 and the tex | HW 26 and the tex | HW 27 and the tex | |

HW 28 and the tex | HW 29 and the tex | HW 30 and the tex |

Exam 1 or Lyx file or Tex file or Answers

Text 2: Download pdf

Electrodynamics with Jackson text, very rich course.

Second part of graduate classical electrodynamics with Jackson text, Clifford algebras were introduced here.

Quantum Mechanics course that was mostly over my head but I learned a lot... really I did, just look below.

HW1 Journal1 HW2 Journal2 HW3 HW4 Journal4 HW5 HW6 Journal6

HW7 HW8 HW9 HW10 Journal6 Last HW

**Chapter 1:**Exercises 2 and 3, Problems 1 and 2**Chapter 2:**Exercises 1,2,5 and 7, Problems 1 and 2 Mathematica**Chapter 3:**Exercises 4,5,16,22 and 23, Problems 3 and 5**Chapter 4:**Exercises 1,5,8,14 and 19, Problems 1 and 3**Chapter 5:**Exercises 2,5 and 7, Problems 2,4 and 6**Chapter 6:**Exercises 3,5,9 and 14, Problems 2,3 and 5**Chapter 7:**Exercises 2,4,5 and 11, Problems 1 and 3**Chapter 8:**Exercises 1,3,7 and 15, Problems 1,2 and 4

Quantum Mechanics course that was mostly over my head but I learned a lot... really I did, just look below.

Statistical mechanics course with Sethna's "Entropy, order parameters and Complexity" text.

The blender files corresponding to these are in the computational journal here.

Notes for teaching the 731 course

Introduction Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 1-d Ergodicity Chapter 6 Chapter 7

Awesome Relativistic Quantum Mechanics course that was mostly over my head but I learned a lot... really I did just look below. p>

Tim Wendler timoth500@yahoo.com

Manuel Berrondo Jean-Francois Van Huele J. Ward Moody Scott Bergesen Gus Hart

Manuel Berrondo Jean-Francois Van Huele J. Ward Moody Scott Bergesen Gus Hart