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Physics 109 Spring 2013 Reference Page

Description

Physics in the Arts: A course on sound and light for non-science majors. The nature of sound and sound perception; fundamentals of harmony, musical scales, and musical instruments. Studies of light including lenses, photography, color perception, and color mixing. Two lectures and one two-hour lab per week.

Prerequisites

Completion of QR-A. High school algebra & geometry. Not open to those who have had a 200-level physics course. Open to Freshmen

Lectures

Times: TR 12:05-12:55pm & TR 1:20-2:10pm

Location:2241 Chamberlin Hall

Instructors:Akif Balantekin & Natalia Perkins

Final Exam

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 2:45pm to 4:45pm

Textbooks & Materials

Physics in the Arts, Revised Edition, Revised edition by P. Gilbert and W. Haeberli

    Academic Press 2011, ISBN 0123918782

Slim Quadrille Notebook (Available in University Bookstore)

Physics 109 Laboratory Notes

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