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Physics 1AL Faculty Instructor: Dr. Michael Anderson [email protected] Lab Manual/ Syllabus Link for first week: on WebCT OR http://physics.ucsd.edu/students/courses/ winter2009/physics1labs/
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Physics 1A Lecture 1A "You do not really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother." --Albert Einstein
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Introduction Welcome to Physics 1A! Physics 1 is a three quarter course designed as an introduction into basic physics for students in the biological sciences. Physics 1A in particular will focus on motion, kinematics, and Newton’s Laws. Please note that the lecture and the lab are separate courses with separate instructors.
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Introduction Who is this guy? I am Professor Frank W uerthwein . I am a faculty in the Physics department. I have taught Mechanics a few times elsewhere. This is the 1st time I teach this particular course! My research is in experimental particle physics
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Acknowledgements I follow strictly the course material put together by Dr. M.G. Anderson. Many thanks, Mike ! Though, I might skip lecture demos in favor of doing example problems in class. Less entertainment, more drill, and maybe better grades as a result ?
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Introduction My office is located in 5515 Mayer Hall. The TA for this course is: Agnieszka Cieplak .
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Updated Map My office is on the 5th floor, about here
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