All reading and problem sets are in our textbook: University Physics Volume 1 from OpenStax, ISBN 1938168275, www.openstax.org/details/university-physics-volume-1

**Week 1**

Lecture 1-1: Course overview and units. Reading: OpenStax 1.1-1.7

Lecture 1-2: Kinematics. Reading 3.1-3.4

No problem set week 1. Please complete the pre-assessment on blackboard instead.

**Week 2**

Lecture 2-1: More motion and vectors. Reading: OpenStax 3.5, 2.1-2.2

Lecture 2-2: Vectors. Reading 2.1-2.3

Problem set week 2. | Solutions.

**Week 3**

Lecture 3-1: Projectile Motion. Reading: OpenStax 4.1-4.3

Lecture 3-2: Circular Motion. Reading 4.4

Problem set week 3. | Solutions.

**Week 4**

Lecture 4-1: Relative motion. Guest Lecture by Dr. Roy. Reading: OpenStax 4.5

Lecture 4-2: Forces. Reading 5.1-5.3

Problem set week 4. | Solutions.

**Week 5**

Class 5-1: **Midterm I**

Formula sheet for the exam

Practice midterm

Practice midterm solutions

Lecture 5-2: Forces, weight. Guest Lecture by Dr. Sanematsu. Reading 5.4-5.5

No problem set due for Week 5.

**Week 6**

Lecture 6-1: Friction and drag. Reading 6.2, 6.4

Lecture 6-2: Newton’s 3rd Law. Guest Lecture by Dr. Parker. Reading 5.5, 6.1

Problem set week 6: **Volume 3 Chapter 5: **26, 32, 33

**Volume 1. Chapter 5:** 20, 70, 80, 88, 100, 106, **Chapter 6: ** 37, 42, 43, 44

Solutions.

**Week 7**

Lecture 7-1: Newton’s laws in 2D. Reading 6.1, 6.3

Lecture 7-2: Momentum and collisions. Reading 9.1-9.4

Problem set week 7: Volume 1, **Chapter 6:** 48, 53, 54, 64, 67, 72, 108, 113, 115, 124

**Chapter 9:** 25 and 27

Solutions.

**Week 8**

Lecture 8-1: Work and kinetic energy. Reading 7.1-7.3

Lecture 8-2: Potential Energy. Reading 8.1-8.5

HW Week 8: OpenStax **Chapter 9:** 30,36,43,48,51,55,105. **Chapter 7:** 28, 29, 48, 58, 64

Solutions.

**Week 9**

Lecture 9-1: Power. Reading 7.4. Also, discussion on pseudoscience

Websites:

https://theflatearthsociety.org/home/

https://thenib.com/religion-for-punks

Videos for discussion:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-xMj0LWglM

https://curiosity.com/topics/motivated-reasoning-is-why-you-cant-win-an-argument-using-facts-curiosity/

(Warning, this one has R-rated language and content — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZ2bQq4Hgmg)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xo_Z8eXZkmg

Class 9-2: **Midterm 2
Formula sheet for the exam
**Practice Midterm 2 | Solutions to practice midterm 2

No problem set for week 9. Please study for the midterm.

**Week 10**

Lecture 10-1: Rotation. Chapter 10.1-10.3

Lecture 10-2: Extended Objects. Chapter 9.6, 10.4-10.5

Problem set week 10. | Solutions.

**Week 11**

Lecture 11-1: Torque. Chapter 10.6-10.8

Lecture 11-2: Angular momentum. Chapter 11.1-11.3

Problem set week 11. | Solutions.

**Week 12**

Lecture 12-1: Angular momentum, rolling, equilibrium and statics, Chapter 12.1-12.2

Lecture 12-2: Newtonian gravity, Chapter 13.1-13.5

Problem set week 12. | Solutions.

**Week 13**

Lecture 13-1: In-class discussion

**Class 13-2:** Our lecture will be as a flipped classroom, with 5 videos to watch and work through, with links below. I will be available on blackboard collaborate and in 208 from 11am-12:20pm on Thursday, Nov 21 to answer questions and help you work through problems. Reading: Oscillations. Chapter 15.1-15.6

Gravity 1

Gravity 2

Gravity 3

How to solve gravity problems and examples

Oscillator 1

**Week 14: ***No classes, thanksgiving break*

**Week 15**

Lecture 15-1: **Midterm 3, Tuesday Dec 3. ***Covers Lecture 8-1 through 12-1. (Potential Energy through rolling without slipping)*

**Practice Midterm 3 | Solutions.
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Class 15-2: Waves, Chapters 16.1-16.6 and Sound, Chapters 17.1-17.8

Problem set week 15. *This problem set is OPTIONAL, which means that it will not be graded, but it does contain content that you will be responsible for on the final exam.*

| Solutions.

**Final exam. Thursday, Dec 12 3-5pm**