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Fall Term 2021 - Physics - PHYS-2053-01

as of 12/03/21 02:02AM

Course Section Number: PHYS-2053-01
Title: General Physics I
Status: Open
Block:
Instructional Method: Lectures
Course Description: A calculus-based introduction to the classical laws of nature describing forces, motion, energy and momentum, and their applications. Includes Newton's laws and conservation laws for energy and momentum with applications to elasticity, oscillations, waves, fluids and gravity. Primarily for science and engineering students. Prerequisite: MATH 2014. For students with previous calculus experience, MATH 2014 is a corequisite.
Requisite Courses: Prerequisite: MATH 2014. For students with previous calculus experience, MATH 2014 is a corequisite.
Comments: Physics majors take PHYS-2053-03
Meeting Times: KEP 3010 MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
KEP 3010 TH 08:00AM-08:50AM
Instructor: McCoy J
Books and Supplies
Book Title: University Physics with Modern Physics Technology Update, Volume 1
Author: Young/Freedman
Publisher: Addison/Wesley/Pearson
Edition: 14TH
ISBN: 9780133978049
Publishers Suggested Retail Price: $146.40
Required: Optional
Comments:


Book Title: Expert TA
Author:
Publisher: Expert TA
Edition:
ISBN: 9780996164603
Publishers Suggested Retail Price: $44.75
Required: Required
Comments: Expert TA is an on-line homework system. Available at Bookstore.


Book Title: Physics I Classnotes
Author: McCoy
Publisher:
Edition:
ISBN: Follett
Publishers Suggested Retail Price: $24.75
Required: Required
Comments: Required only for section taught by J. McCoy. Available at University
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