PHYSICS 002CLecture 01March 30

PHYSICS 002CLecture - PHYSICS 002C Lecture 01 Serway and Jewett Chapter 12 Oscillatory Motion Syllabus Twenty eight 1 h lectures with Demos Ten 2 h

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PHYSICS 002C Lecture 01 March 30, 2009 Serway and Jewett Chapter 12 – Oscillatory Motion Syllabus Twenty eight 1 h lectures with Demos Ten 2 h Workshops Textbook and 10 Homework sets 1 h Midterm exam 3 h Final exam Grades Supplemental Instruction 8 Labs Review: How to solve physics problems – Chap 1 sect 10 p 22: Models, Representations, Strategies. Models: Reduce a problem to its essentials. Representations: Draw a picture or graph or table, obtain mathematical description of behavior. Strategies: see page 25 – Conceptualize, Categorize, Analyze, Finalize Our representation of the physical world. Pythagorean hypothesis: The world may be described in mathematical terms. Common notions: Idealizations of mass points, rigid rods, and stable oscillators or clocks. Behind these notions are two postulates: Postulate of time: The rates of stable oscillators or clocks are transitive scalar quantities. Postulate of space: Pythagoras’ theorem and Euclidian geometry describe the locations of physical
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PHYSICS 002CLecture - PHYSICS 002C Lecture 01 Serway and Jewett Chapter 12 Oscillatory Motion Syllabus Twenty eight 1 h lectures with Demos Ten 2 h

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