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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.

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*