his "reference text" is intended to serve either as a supplement to a regular textbook or as a substitute for one. In the former case it will be useful, and in the latter case essential, for the instructor to provide a syllabus (or links within a learning management system) that guides the student through the sections appropriate to the particular course and correlates it with lectures, problem sets, and other course activities
PY105 is an algebra-based introductory physics course at Boston University taken primarily be pre-medical students, life science majors, and rehabilitation therapy majors. This course covers the first half of a typical introductory physics textbook, including topics such as kinematics, forces and Newton's Laws, energy and momentum, rotation, harmonic motion, fluids, heat and thermodynamics, and sound and waves. Notes for the second half of the course, PY106, can be found at the web site listed below.
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