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Phys 211: Physics for Science & Engineering I

Physics & Astronomy

This course is the first part of a two-semester calculus-based treatment of introductory physics. Topics include Newtonian mechanics, energy, rotational motion, fluids, oscillations and waves. Of the courses Phys 107, Phys 211, and Phys 213, only one can be counted toward a degree.

3 Credits


  • Co-Requisite: Math 262 OR (Math 261 and Phys 201).


Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for Phys 211

Subject Areas

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