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PHYS.1030 General Physics I (Formerly 95.103)

Id: 008524 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3

Description

Serves as the first semester of a one-year course which surveys the field of physics at a non-calculus level. Topics include force and motion, vectors, gravity, energy and momentum, heat and thermodynamics, and oscillations, waves and sound. Although the course emphasizes conceptual understanding, a functional knowledge of algebra and geometry is essential.

Prerequisites

Anti-Req: Students only can receive credit for one of the following freshmen-level physics I lecture/lab courses: PHYS.1010/1010L; PHYS.1030/1030L, PHYS.1410/1410L; or PHYS.1610/1610L.

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