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PHYSICS 2211 INTRO PHYSICS I

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    UZER, N/A, Staff, DAVIDOVICH, murray, Kohlmyer, GRECO, CONRAD, JARRIO, CURTIS, ALBERTO, JARIO, ALBERTO-FERNANDEZDENIEVES, SHOEMAKER, SCHATZ, Smith, Dr.Greco, AlbertusP.Zwart, simon sponberg
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    May 31, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Best professor I've had at Tech for sure. Engaging, funny, and good at explaining material.

    Course highlights:

    Course material is interesting and highly applicable for any engineer or physicist. The one thing I did not like is the fact that it is more conceptual than mathematical- many test questions are multiple choice questions about concepts or diagrams, and even the ones that do require "calculations" are expected to be done symbolically (with variables)

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    12+ hours

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    Overall not that much material is covered, but your understanding will be pushed to the limits so you have to really get the concepts down. Do all the homework and take the time to get the answers right. I would also recommend going to all the recitations- it's an absolute joke and you can get a majority of the points just by showing up for 10 minutes. With recitation and all of the homework points, you can get away with missing a lot of lectures/clickers, but I would recommend going because the clicker questions always show up on the tests and he often does not mark the correct answers on the lecture slides posted online.

    • Spring 2017
    • simon sponberg
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