Updated 21 May 2017.
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Textbook information and ISBN numbers can be found here.
Information about allowed calculators is also on that page..
If you used a crappy calculator in the past, it's time to get a good one that will make it easy to use "engineering" notation to handle the large and small numbers in that are common in this course.
Ref. no. 174738 -- MTWR 11:40-1:15 in SM 116
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Comment: A key thing to learn in physics is how to solve problems you have never seen before by applying a few simple principles. Most of you are getting pretty good at this, but many of you still need to work on drawing the pictures that will sometimes solve the problem for you. A sketch can help you ask yourself the questions required to address a broader, not-so-well focused question. (Part of answering a question is to ask yourself "what question might I answer that will help me to deal with this one?".)
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