An introductory calculus-based course intended primarily for students majoring in biology, environmental science, and geology with an emphasis on physical concepts and principles from the areas of classical mechanics, thermodynamics and waves. One laboratory/recitation session per week. Students who wish to major in physics after taking this course should consult the physics faculty before deciding which course to take next. Students may not receive credit for both Physics 101 and Physics 111. Corequisite: Mathematics 158, Mathematics 160 or permission of instructor. Offered in sequence with Physics 102.
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