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Descriptive Physics is the introductory physics course for people
pursuing nontechnical 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
"collegelevel" 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 secondyear course. This is in contrast with two other introductory physics courses:

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