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Descriptive Physics is the introductory physics course for people pursuing non-technical programs. It is intended to provide an appreciation for the fundamental elements of mass, space, and time. Math prerequisites are minimal -- basic arithmetic, fractions, decimals, and ratios.This is in contrast with two other introductory physics programs described lower on this page:

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General Physics with Algebra is an introduction to physics that uses "college-level" algebra for the mathematical explanations and exercises. This is in contrast with two other approaches to introductory physics:

Note: We call this "Physics with Algebra," but you will soon learn that some basic trigonometry can be very helpful as well.



 


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General Physics with Calculus is the introductory physics course for students of engineering and physical science. Because a good background in calculus is required, it is usually taken as a second-year course. This is in contrast with two other introductory physics courses:


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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