updated 18 Aug 2010
[class info] [instructor]
|Lecture||Lecture Room 2, VAN|
|11:30-12:20, Monday, Wednesday, Friday|
|Labs||Labs begin the second week of class in room 267
You only take the lab if registered for 4 S.H.
|Text||The Physics of Everyday Phenomena, Sixth Edition, W. Thomas Griffith|
|Catalog Course Description||Quantitative treatment of mechanics, electricity, heat, liquids, gases,
and atomic, nuclear, and elementary particle physics.
Approved for College of Liberal Arts General Education requirement for natural sciences.
|Drop/Add||All drop, add, and section changes must be done in the department's main office, room 203 VAN|
|Prerequisites||Algebra (22M:002 or equivalent) and trigonometry (22M:005 or equivalent)
Course is closed to students who have taken 029:011 or 029:012.
|Professor Mary Hall Reno, 203 VAN|
|Objective of the Course||This one-semester course is an introduction to the way physics helps you understand the world around you. You will learn physics concepts and how to combine them with mathematics to solve problems. You will learn a nonsubjective and analytical way of thinking that will be useful in areas outside physics.|
|Description of the Course||
The course is offered as both 3 S.H. and 4 S.H. Students enrolled for 4 S.H. will take a lab.
Topics: concepts and quantitative treatment of mechanics, electricity, heat, liquids, gases, and atomic, nuclear, and elementary particle physics.
|Requirements met by this course||
|Syllabus||Download the full syllabus and course schedule here.|
|Instructor:||John A. Goree|
|Office:||512 Van Allen Hall|
|Office Hours:||Mo Tu Fr 10:00 - 11:00, or by appointment|
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