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Unformatted text preview: New WebCT course combines the 3 sections I will only update this one section Contact dbascell@spelman.edu if you do not have this 2 nd WebCT course *Papers will be posted for 1 st lab* Physics I Mechanics (PHY_151_Combined200809 - PHY_151_C ombined200809) Sir Isaac Newton English physicist Principia Mathematica , 1687  Most influential science book in history Described law of universal gravitation and three laws of motion Developed integral and differential calculus Probably considered to be more important to physics than Einstein An object moves in a straight line at constant speed except to the extent that it interacts with other objects OR An object at rest or moving with constant velocity unless it is acted on by a net external force (law of inertia) But what about real, everyday situations? Pushing a large box across the floor at constant speed What is required to keep the box moving? You must continue to push it!...
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2011 for the course HPHY 154 taught by Professor Bak during the Fall '08 term at Morehouse.

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