01:640:CALC1. We will introduce the necessary mathematics (calculus) as we go along, but students should already be familiar with trigonometry, algebra and analytic geometry. It is expected that students will be taking calculus concurrently with this course, though some techniques and concepts from calculus will be introduced in the course as needed, perhaps before they are covered in any concurrent calculus class.
Corequisites:
Introduction to classical physics, covering mechanics, fluids, and thermodynamics.
Catalog description of this course:
"Fundamentals of Physics" by Holliday, Resnik and Walker, 10th Edition If you already have the 9th edition you do not need to purchase the 10th. The 9th edition will suffice. Primary Text book:
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Students with Disabilities: Course Links: - General Information
- Sections
- Syllabus
- Lecture notes
- Exams
- Quizzes (Sections H1,H6,H8)
- Quizzes (Sections H2,H3,HA,HB)
- Quizzes (Sections H4,H5,H7)
- Homework
- WebAssign Login Page
- Online Gradebook
- iClicker Instructions
- Registering your iClicker transmitter
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Contact Information: Duiliu-Emanuel Diaconescu email: duiliu@physics.rutgers.edu office: Serin E358 phone: 848-445-9054 office hours: M 3-4pm or by appointment |