Physics 1403-001 (General Physics I) Lectures
Note: Some Lectures (Power Point) are UNDERGOING REVISIONS!!
A GOAL is to post a revised lecture before we discuss a topic in class, but I can't promise!
No reproduction &/or use of them other than by students in this course is allowed!!
Lectures based on our book are linked below.
You might also want to look at other Physics I Lectures to see other treatments of the topics:
1. Old Phys 1403 Lectures: Developed for Physics 1403. Based on the book used previously,
"Physics " by D.C. Giancoli. This course & book cover the same material as our book.
2. Phys 1408 Lectures: Developed for Physics 1408 (Calculus based Physics I).
Based on the book "Physics for Scientists & Engineers",  by R.A. Serway & J.W. Jewett.

Introduction: Introduction to Physics 1403.
Syllabus. Course Web pages. Grading. Exams. Homework
Quizzes. Lab. Recitation. Rules.
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Physics.
1.1 Purpose of Physics. 1.2 Problem Solving. 1.3 Numbers.
1.4 Systems of Units. 1.5 Dimensions & Units.
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Chapter 2: Motion, Forces & Newton's Laws.
2.1 Aristotle's Mechanics (Is 100% Wrong!). 2.2 What is Motion?
2.3 Principle of Inertia. 2.4 Newton's Laws of Motion.
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Chapter 3: Forces & Motion in One Dimension.
3.1 Motion of a Spacecraft in Interstellar Space. 3.2 Normal Forces & Weight.
3.3 Friction. 3.4 Free Fall. 3.5 Cables, Strings, & Pulleys
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Chapter 4: Forces & Motion in 2 & 3 Dimensions.
1.7 & 1.8 Vectors in 2 & 3 Dimensions. 4.2 Projectile Motion.
4.4 Motion on Inclined Planes. 4.1 Statics. 4.3 Relative Motion.
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Chapter 5: Circular Motion & Gravitation.
5.1 Uniform Circular Motion. 5.2 Examples of Circular Motion.
5.3 Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation.
5.4 Planetary Motion & Kepler's Laws.
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Chapter 6: Work & Energy
6.1 Force, Displacement, & Work. 6.2a Kinetic Energy.
6.2b Work-Energy Theorem.  6.3 Potential Energy, Conservation of Energy.
6.4 More Potential Energy Functions.
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Chapter 7: Momentum, Impulse & Collisions
7.1 Momentum. 7.2 Force & Impulse. 7.3 Conservation of Momentum.
7.4 Collisions. 7.5 Analyzing Collisions. 7.6 Center of Mass.
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Chapter 8: Rotational Motion
8.1 Describing Rotational Motion. Rotational Kinematics
Rotational & Translational Variables Analogues & Connections
8.2 Torque & Newton's Laws for Rotations. 8.4 Moment of Inertia
8.5 Rotational Dynamics. 8.6 Combined Rotational & Translational Motion.
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Chapter 9: Energy & Momentum of Rotational Motion
9.1 Rotational Kinetic Energy. 9.2 Conservation of Energy in Rotational Motion.
9.3 Angular Momentum & its Conservation.