PHY 1AB Introductory Physics
An algebra-based physics course covering statics, dynamics, and an introduction to electricity.
The first link at the left is a quiz use in the first semester of Introductory Physics. It illustrates how mathematical formulas are used to calculate things such as mass, acceleration, friction and force.
The second link at the left shows a quiz used in the second semester of Introductory Physics. It illustrates the quantitative aspects of springs and sound waves.
PHY 11A Mechanics
A calculus-based physics course covering the statics and dynamics of particles, gravitation, potentials and fields, and fluid mechanics.
The third link at the left is the final exam for PHY 11A. It illustrates how mathematical calculations can be used to find the distance, speed, velocity, acceleration, friction, force, tension and frequency.
PHY 11B Electricity, Magnetism, and Optics
A calculus-based physics course covering electric and magnetic fields, circuit theory, and optics.
The fourth link at the left is the final exam for PHY 11B. It illustrates the quantitative topics of images, magnification, torque, potential energy, voltage, magnetic fields, inductance and flux.