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PHYS 1111 - General Physics I |

This is the first of a three-quarter sequence for students in any Natural Science and Mathematics field of study. The course stresses physics concepts rather than equation derivation as in the calculus-based course (PHYS 1211/PHYS 1212/PHYS 1213 or PHYS 1214). Algebra and trigonometry are used regularly to solve problems and make predictions. Includes topics in mechanics (kinematics, dynamics) including forces, one and two dimensional motion, work, energy and momentum. The course includes a rigorous algebra-based laboratory that exposes students to a broad range of the real physical phenomena investigated using equipment as well as computerized instrumentation and data acquisition techniques. This course counts toward the Scientific Inquiry: The Natural and Physical World requirement. Prerequisites: high school algebra, trigonometry. Students majoring in physics or engineering are required to take PHYS 1211/PHYS 1212/PHYS 1213 or PHYS 1214. Lab fee associated with this course.
0.000 OR 5.000 Credit hours 0.000 OR 5.000 Lecture hours Levels: Undergraduate Schedule Types: Lab, Lecture/Lab, Lecture All Sections for this Course Physics and Astronomy Department Course Attributes: Scientific Inquiry: Natural Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: Natural Sciences & Mathematics |

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