Partial Dierential Equations
If the subject of ordinary dierential equations is large, this is enormous. I am going to examine only one
corner of it, and will develop only one tool to handle it: Separation of Variables. Another major tool is
the method of
Vector Calculus 1
The rst rule in understanding vector calculus is draw lots of pictures. This subject can become rather
abstract if you let it, but try to visualize all the manipulations. Try a lot of special cases and explore
them. Keep relating the man
Multivariable Calculus
The world is not one-dimensional, and calculus doesnt stop with a single independent variable. The
ideas of partial derivatives and multiple integrals are not too dierent from their single-variable counterparts, but some of the deta
Physics 151
Homework Problems
Unit 9: Two-Dimensional Collisions
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Unit 9 Homework Problems
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All equations must be solved in symbol form before substituting in
Physics 151
Homework Problems
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Unit 4: One-Dimensional Motion II A Mathematical Description of Constant Acceleration
Unit 4 Homework Problems
Complete HOMEWORK FOR UNIT 4: CHANGING MOTION II, a .pdf file included on the homework
web page with this a
Physics 151
Homework Problems
Unit 5: One-Dimensional Forces, Mass, and Motion
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Unit 5 Homework Problems
UNIT 5 HOMEWORK AFTER SESSION ONE
5-1)
Mal pulls Chelsea across a smooth floor with a big spring scale that is stretched to a constant
length. I
Physics 151
Homework Problems
Unit 7: Applications of Newtons Laws
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Unit 7 Homework Problems
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All equations must be solved in symbol form before substituting
Physics 151
Homework Problems
Unit 8: One-Dimensional Collisions
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Unit 8 Homework Problems
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All equations must be solved in symbol form before substituting in
Physics 151
Homework Problems
Unit 3: One-Dimensional Motion I A Graphical Description
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Unit 3 Homework Problems
Complete HOMEWORK FOR UNIT 3: INTRODUCTION TO MOTION, a .pdf file included on the
homework web page with this assignment. You may have t
TIME COMMITMENT: 6 HR/WK + 6 HR/WK = 12 HR/WK
Understanding the science of physics and learning how to investigate natural phenomena on your
own can be exhilarating, but it also takes energy, patience, and time. How much time are you
expected to put into
Physics 151
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Unit 2: Measurement and Uncertainty
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Unit 2 Homework Problems
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All equations must be solved in symbol form before substituting i
Physics 151-02
Principles of Physics I
Fall, 2013
Meets:
10:00 am 11:50 am
Mon., Wed., Fri.
150 Meldrum Hall
Instructor:
Dr. Christopher Cline
278 Meldrum Hall
(801) 832-2346
ccline@westminstercollege.edu
Conditions of enrollment: A passing grade of C- or
Physics 151
Studying and Learning to Learn
Carefully view the 5 videos in the video series How to Get the Most out of Studying.
Carefully study the article Learn How to Learn from the American Psychological Society.
1.
In the videos, Dr. Chew talks about
Physics 151
Homework Problems
Unit 1: Introduction and Computing
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Unit 1 Homework Problems
To get credit for the homework problems, you must include all of the following:
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All final numerical answers must have the correct units.
All problems mu