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This course is the first of a two-semester sequence designed to provide a general survey of physics. It emphasizes the relationship between basic physical principles and observations, both in the laboratory and in everyday events around us. It covers topics in mechanics and wave phenomena. The mathematical level of presentation assumes elementary algebra and basic trigonometry. While it serves as the appropriate physics course for students in the life sciences, it is designed to be accessible to all who have an interest in the subject. There is one laboratory period per week in addition to class work. Offered Fall semester only.

Instructor
Daniel Koon
Semester:
Fall 2020
Spring 2021
Course Code:
PHYS 103
Subject:
Physics

Physics

Course Readings - Paper - Physics 103

Physical Course Readings can be found on the Shelving next to the Current Periodicals.
Materials do not need to be checked out and must remain in the Library.