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TEXT: Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Volume 1 / Serway and Jewitt, 7th edition (WMU Version) *** Note for non-WMU students this summer -- if you already have a copy of Serway (6th or 7th edition) you do not need to buy this particular version. ***
Winter 2002 Exam 1 with Answers: 1ab 1cd 1e 2a 2bc 2d 2e
Winter 2002 Exam 2 with Answers: 1a 1bc 1de 2a 2bc 2d 2e
Winter 2002 Exam 3 with Answers: 1a 1bc 1de 2a 2b 2cd 2e
Winter 2002 Final Exam with Answers: 1ac 1de 2a 2bc 2d 2e 3ac 3de 4ab 4c 4de
PHYS 2050 Mechanics and Heat 4 hrs. Fall, Winter, Summer I This first course in a sequence of three in calculus-based physics deals with mechanics and heat. PHYS 2050 is intended for physics majors, engineering students, and future physics teachers, and is recommended for majors in other sciences. A student cannot receive credit for both PHYS 2050 and PHYS 1130. Prerequisites : MATH 1220 or MATH 1700. Corequisites : MATH 1230 or MATH 1710.
PHYS 2060 Mechanics and Heat Laboratory 1 hr. Fall, Winter, and Summer I This is a laboratory course which includes exercises related to topics covered in PHYS 2050. A student may not receive credit for both PHYS 2060 and PHYS 1140. Corequisites : PHYS 2050.
June 24 Tue - Final Exam Noon-1:40pm (2 hours) ** June 25 Wed - End of Summer I Session @ Noon July 1 Tue - Grades Due at Noon