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s Welcome to Physics 1C! s Please take your seat and be quiet at the start time of the class and fully thru to the end time (or else the grade average will mysteriously drop . . .) s Please stay in the section you are registered in so we can properly record participation and quiz grades (if this is a problem for you, please talk to me after class) s Spiral bound copies of my typed notes will be available in the bookstore, end of the week or early next week (call to check) – required reading & essential for the computer projects s No problem/discussion section this first week s No quiz this first week s Please get your PRS clicker (grading starts next week) s Check the class website for announcements s http://physics.ucsd.edu/~phy1c/ Our first topics are Vibrations and Waves (Ch. 13) and Sound (Ch. 14) s Why should you care? One example: The Heart Vibrates (Oscillates) Electrical waves cause the heart muscle to pump. Electrodes measure the voltage , indicating heart muscle activities. It is the best way to diagnose
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2009 for the course PHYS 1B taught by Professor Briankeating during the Spring '07 term at UCSD.

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