Lecture Day Date Topics # 1. W 1/22: Dimensions and Units; Vectors 2. F 1/24: Speed, Velocity and Acceleration 3. M 1/27: Constant Acceleration; Free Fall 4. W 1/29: Two-dimensional Motion; Projectiles 5. F 1/31: Circular Motion; Tangential and Radial Acceleration 6. M 2/03: Relative Velocity and Acceleration 7. W 2/05: Newton's First and Second Laws; Inertial Frames; Mass and Weight 8. F 2/07: Newton's Third Law; Applications in Frictionless Situations M 2/10: EXAMINATION #1 (lectures 1-6) Returned in Recitation beginning 2/12 9. W 2/12: More Applications of Newton's Laws 10. F 2/14: Frictional Forces 11. M 2/17: Circular Motion; Centripetal Force 12. W 2/19: Motion Against Resistive Forces; Motion in Accelerated Frames 13. F 2/21: Forces in Nature - Gravitational Force 14. M 2/24: Forces in Nature - Electrical Force; Magnetic Force W 2/26: EXAMINATION #2 (lectures 7-12) Returned in Recitation beginning 3/05 15. F 2/28: Work Done By Forces; Scalar Products; Hooke's Law 16. M 3/03: Kinetic Energy; Work-Energy Theorem; Power 17. W 3/05: Applications of the Work-Energy Theorem 18. F 3/07: Potential Energy; Conservation of Energy 19. M 3/10: Conservation of Energy in Nonconservative Force Situations 20. W 3/12: Applications of the Conservation of Energy 21. F 3/14: Gravitational and Electrical Potential Energy; Equilibrium 3/17-3/21 Spring Break 22. M 3/24: Conservation of Linear Momentum; Impulses 23. W 3/26: Collisions in One Dimension; Elastic and Inelastic F 3/28: EXAMINATION #3 (lectures 13-21) Returned in Recitation beginning 4/02 24. M 3/31: Two-dimensional Collisions; Center of Mass 25. W 4/02: Rockets; More Applications of Conservation Principles 26. F 4/04: The Principle of Relativity 27. M 4/07: Consequences of Special Relativity 28. W 4/09: Galilean and Lorentz Transformations; Relativistic Momentum 29. F 4/11: Relativistic Energy; Nuclear Fission and Fusion 30. M 4/14: Rotational Motion W 4/16: EXAMINATION #4 (lectures 22-28) Returned in Recitation beginning 4/23 31. F 4/18: Vector Cross Product; Torque; Angular Momentum 32. M 4/21: Conservation of Angular Momentum; Rigid Body Rotation 33. W 4/23: Applications of Rigid Body Rotation 34. F 4/25: Orbits; Kepler's Laws 35. M 4/28: Energy Considerations for Orbits 36. W 4/30: Applications of Energy Conservation in Orbital Motion 37. F 5/02: The Hydrogen Atom and Bohr Orbits M 5/05: EXAMINATION #5 (lectures 29-36) Returned in Lecture on 5/07 38. W 5/07: Special Topics (Topics covered in lectures 37 and 38 will be covered by the Final Exam) FINAL EXAM Wed 5/14 2:40-4:30121 Homework