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Unformatted text preview: Physics 1 29 Mar. 2010 Course information What is physics? How to solve physics problems Order of magnitude Course Introduction Physics 1 Morrison 29 March 2010 Physics 1 29 Mar. 2010 Course information What is physics? How to solve physics problems Order of magnitude What is physics? Physics 1 29 Mar. 2010 Course information What is physics? How to solve physics problems Order of magnitude What is physics? I A theory is an explanation of a natural phenomenon. Physics 1 29 Mar. 2010 Course information What is physics? How to solve physics problems Order of magnitude What is physics? I A theory is an explanation of a natural phenomenon. I An experiment is a precise test of a theory. Physics 1 29 Mar. 2010 Course information What is physics? How to solve physics problems Order of magnitude What is physics? I A theory is an explanation of a natural phenomenon. I An experiment is a precise test of a theory. When a theory is being developed, experiments may cause the theory to be modified. Physics 1 29 Mar. 2010 Course information What is physics?physics?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2010 for the course PHYS PHYS 1 taught by Professor Morrison during the Spring '10 term at UCSB.

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