The 1st Course of Calculus-Based Introductory Physics
This needs calculus to understand kinematics, circular motions, conservation of energy, gravity,
rigid body systems, and torques. Engineering and physics students take this class.

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Lecture Syllabus

Lab Syllabus

Lecture Assignment and Solutions for The 1st Course of Calculus-Based Introductory Physics © Thomson
Chapter 2: Problems & Solutions

Chapter 3: Problems & Solutions

Chapter 4: Problems & Solutions

Chapter 5: Problems & Solutions

Chapter 6: Problems & Solutions

Chapter 7: Problems & Solutions

Chapter 8: Problems & Solutions

Chapter 9: Problems & Solutions

Chapter 10: Problems & Solutions

Chapter 11: Problems & Solutions

Chapter 12, 13, & 15: Problems & Solutions

Formula Sheets for The 1st Course of Calculus-Based Introductory Physics
[This is for your preparation. Please do not bring them to exams.]
Formulas from chapters 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, & 8
Formulas from chapters 9, 10, & 11
Formulas from chapters 12, 13, & 15

Lab Data Sheets for The 1st Course of Calculus-Based Introductory Physics
(Lab Schedule)
Fundamental Knowledge for Physics Lab
Print this out and bring it to labs.

Lab 1: Experimental Uncertainty

Lab 2:

Vector (Force Table)

Lab 3: Acceleration of a Freely Falling Body

Lab 4:

Uniformly Accelerated Motion

Lab 5: Coefficients of Friction

Lab 6: Centripetal Force

Lab 7: Work and Energy

Lab 8: Linear Momentum

Lab 9: Equilibrium of Torques

Lab 10: Rotational Inertia

Lab 11: Rotational Kinetic Energy

Lab 12: Spring Motion

Lab 13: Simple Pendulum

Make-up Lab I: Advanced Lab for the Simple Pendulum

Make-up Lab II: Advanced Lab for the Conservation of Linear Momentum

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