PHYS 300L Physics I Laboratory

Started on January 1, 1970

1 hour
A 1-credit hour calculus based physics lab course implementing through various experiments the concepts of kinematics, vectors, Newton’s laws of motion; linear momentum, impulse collisions; work and kinetic energy; potential energy, conservation of energy; rotational kinematics and energy; rotational dynamics, static equilibrium; simple harmonic motion.
Prerequisites: Concurrently enrolled in MATH 230 (or placed in a higher math course) and concurrently enrolled in PHYS 300.
Course Fees: additional fees apply to this course. They may be reviewed in the Tuition and Fee Schedule.