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Rochester Institute of Technology
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1017 311 - University Physics I

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Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester New York COLLEGE of SCIENCE Department of Physics REVISED COURSE 1017 311 1 0 Title Credit Hours Prerequisite s Corequisite s Course proposed by 2 0 Course information Classroom Lab Studio Other workshop University Physics I Date 4 February 2005 4 1016 262 1016 271 or 1016 281 Credit or co registration in 1016 272 or 1016 282 Department of Physics Contact hours 2 Maximum students section 42 4 42 Quarter s offered check X Fall X Winter X Spring Summer Students required to take this course by program and year as appropriate GCCIS Computer science Software engineering KGCOE Engineering computer electrical industrial and systems mechanical microelectronic Engineering science electrical and mechanical options CoS Environmental science Chemistry Biochemistry Polymer chemistry Physics Biomedical computing Imaging science Can choose to take College Physics Students who might elect to take the course Mathematics students in the General Science Exploration option and others with the appropriate background 3 0 Goals of the course including rationale for the course when appropriate To provide a thorough understanding of kinematics dynamics and the conservation laws for energy and linear momentum To introduce the basics of experimentation including rudimentary statistics 1 of 4 4 0 Course description as it will appear in the RIT Catalog including pre and corequisites quarters offered An intensive course in calculus based physics for science and engineering majors The course is taught in a workshop format that integrates the material traditionally found in separate lecture and laboratory courses Topics include kinematics planar motion Newton s Laws gravitation work kinetic and potential energy momentum and impulse conservation laws systems of particles data presentation and analysis error propagation Credit or coregistration in 1016 272 or 1016 282 Class 6 Credit 4 F W S 5 0 Possible resources texts references computer packages etc 5 1



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