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Physics 247 Fall 2010 Reference Page

Description

A Modern Introduction to Physics: Introduction to physics recommended for students who are considering majoring in physics, astronomy, astronomy and physics, AMEP. Also suitable for those majoring in science or mathematics. Mechanics, relativity, cosmology. Three lectures, two discussions, and one three-hour lab per week.

Prerequisites

Open to Freshmen. Math 222 or concurrent registration, or consent of instructor. Intended primarily for physics, AMEP, astronomy-physics majors. Students will receive degree credit for only one of the following courses: Physics 103, 201, 207, 247

Lectures

Times: MWF 9:55-10:45am

Location: 2241 Chamberlin Hall

Instructors: Duncan Carlsmith & Gary Shiu

Text

Modern Physics by Tipler. (Whfreeman), ISBN 0716775506

University Physics V.1 (1-20) W/Conn Pl by Bauer. (Mcgraw-Hill), ISBN 0078015375

University Physics V.2 (21-20)W/Conn Pl by Bauer. (Mcgraw-Hill), ISBN 0078015383

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