Physics 152: Principles of Physics
- Hoyt 116
- Monday, Wednesday & Friday
- 10:30-11:30 a.m.
- Course Syllabus
- Hoyt 104
- 2:00-5:00 p.m.
- Authors: Cummings, Laws, Redish, and Cooney
- Title: Understanding Physics
- Edition: 1st
- Publisher: Wiley
- Some useful interactive physics simulations from the repository at The University of Colorado at Boulder. You will need a current version of java to run them. They are free to share but not to sell.
- A game that uses charged objects to move a charged puck around.
- Interactive simulator of electric fields.
- Interactive simulator of DC circuits.
- A neat video of a battery's innards while being charged.
- Planning on working this summer? Look now and you could do science and get paid for it. The National Science Foundation (NSF) funds research opportunities aimed at bringing undergraduates from around the country to many universities. To see what is available go to the NSF REU search engine and follow the link to physics.
- Practice Exams (which are probably best used by consulting neither your notecard nor the solutions until after you've given the problems your best shot):
- Practice exam 3 and solutions.
- former exam 3 and solutions. .
- Practice exam 4 with solutions as well as a former exam 4 and its solutions.