Prerequisites: MATH R116, MATH R118, or MATH R118A. 4 hours lecture weekly This course is an introduction to classical mechanics and thermal physics that is appropriate for non-majors. It assumes a prior knowledge of mathematics through algebra/trigonometry. Central topics include kinematics, vectors, forces, energy, rotational motion, heat, fluids, waves, and sound. The course is designed to meet the needs of students majoring in the biological sciences and scienceallied fields such as architecture. Biology majors should consult with a counselor to determine whether to take this course or PHYS R121. Field trips may be required. (2) Transfer credit: UC, CSU (CAN: PHYS 2 (PHYS R101+R101L); PHYS SEQ A (PHYS R101+R101L+R102+R102L)
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