PHYS 131
Fundamental Physics I

Fundamental Physics I covers the basics of force, acceleration, and energy using trigonometry and algebra. No calculus is used. A series of laboratory activities is used in support of the material.

Lecture: The lecture meets three times a week as with any other normal course. You need to be present at the classroom meeting place in order to benefit from the lecture portion of the class, upon which 75% of the grade is based.

Lab: In addition to meeting three hours each week, this course also has a lab component.


Instructor: Robert A. Cohen
Meeting Place: 118 Gessner

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Send e-mail to course instructor (Robert Cohen)


Practice Quiz Solutions (requires Acrobat Reader)

Partsolution
AquizA.pdf
BquizB.pdf
CquizC.pdf
DquizD.pdf
EquizE.pdf
FquizF.pdf
GquizG.pdf
HquizH.pdf
IquizI.pdf
JquizJ.pdf
KquizK.pdf

Math Supplement

The math supplement has short readings on the following areas:
  • Mathematical Notation (variable symbols and unit symbols)
  • Algebraic Techniques
  • Units
  • Scientific Notation
  • Equation Types
  • Graphing
  • Averages
  • Trigonometry
  • Powers of Ten (Logarithms)

    The math supplement requires Acrobat Reader.

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    Last updated: December, 2012

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