PHYSICS 2

Introduction to Mathematical Methods for Physics

University of California - Irvine

Provides the applied mathematics and problem solving/presentation skills necessary for success in an introductory physics sequence. Focuses on practical exercises in problem solving. Covers kinematics in one and two dimensions in detail. Additional topics include vectors, differentiation, and integration.
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PHYSICS 2 LEC B: INTRO MATH METHODS (47030)
PHYSICS 2 LEC B: INTRO MATH METHODS (47030)
Class Information
PHYSICS 2
INTRO MATH METHODS
Course Code: 47030
Term: Fall Qtr 2018
Meeting Information
Room: PCB 1100
Day & time: M F 4:00pm to 4:50pm
Instructor Information
Wilson Ho
Email: wilsonho@uci.edu
Phone: (949) 824-3492
Office Location: B140 Frederick Reines Hall
Office Hours: MF 1:30-2:30 pm
Class Files
P2introF2018.pdf
Student_Registration_Handout_ho18627.pdf
Fall 2018 PHYSICS 2 Student Course Materials Purchase Options.pdf
P2-f2018-Schedule.pdf
F18-Tutoring-Schedule.pdf
P2Lecture1-Friday28Sept2018.pdf
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