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PHYC 161

Physics for Science and Engineering I

Units: 5

Lecture, 4 hours; Lab, 3 hours

Students are introduced to the various areas of physics using basic differential and integral calculus. Topics covered include kinematics, Newton's laws, conservation of energy, conservation of momentum, and rotation.**Special Fee applies.** *Meets the General Studies core requirement in Nature. Prerequisites: MATH 161 or equivalent calculus background; high school physics or university-level
conceptual physics strongly recommended*

Students are introduced to the various areas of physics using basic differential and integral calculus. Topics covered include kinematics, Newton's laws, conservation of energy, conservation of momentum, and rotation.