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PHYS 0109

Newtonian Physics

Newtonian Physics
This calculus-based course examines motion as it occurs throughout the universe. Topics covered include inertia, force, Newton's laws of motion, work and energy, linear momentum, collisions, gravitation, rotational motion, torque, angular momentum, and oscillatory motion.
Emphasis is on practical applications in physics, engineering, the life sciences, and everyday life. Laboratory work and lecture demonstrations illustrate basic physical principles. (MATH 0121 or MATH 0122 concurrent or prior; students who have taken high school calculus or other college
calculus courses should consult with the instructor prior to registration) 3 hrs. lect/3 hrs. lab.
Subject:
Physics
Department:
Physics
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
DED SCI
Equivalent Courses:

Sections in Spring 2021

Spring 2021

PHYS0109A-S21 Lecture (Durst, Findlay)
PHYS0109R-S21 Lab (Findlay, Durst)
PHYS0109T-S21 Lab (Findlay, Durst)
PHYS0109U-S21 Lab (Findlay, Durst)
PHYS0109V-S21 Lab (Findlay, Durst)
PHYS0109W-S21 Lab (Findlay, Durst)
PHYS0109X-S21 Lab (Findlay, Durst)
PHYS0109Y-S21 Lab (Findlay, Durst)
PHYS0109Z-S21 Lab (Findlay, Durst)