CORC 1331 Physics: The Simple Laws That Govern the Universe
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CC 3.31.
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4 hours; 3 credits
The development of physics, in historical context. Applications to everyday life. Laws of universal gravitation and the conservation of energy. Examination of a topic in modern physics in which these classical concepts are transformed, extended, and/or applied. Open only to students following general education requirements in effect prior to Fall 2013. (Not open to students who are enrolled in or have completed Physics 0.1 or 1100 or 1112 or 1150 or 1.6, Integrated Science 1 or Core Studies 7.2.)
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