Physics 1110 - Fall 2013
Energy on This World and Elsewhere
Important Links:

Course info and preliminary syllabus.

Link to last year's web site

Lecture slides

Material related to quizzes and tests

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nuke Welcome to the web site for Physics 1110

Physics 1110 is a course intended for all those interested in the subject of energy. Structured so that it is accessible to non-science majors, this course addresses such topics as the physical nature of energy, the ways in which we produce and consume energy in our society, and how energy will play into our future. Click here for a more detailed discussion of the course.

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  • A review sheet for the final has been posted, and can be found under "Materials related to quizzes and tests".
  • Lectures 1-25, all lectures from the semester, are now posted.
  • The answer key to the final from 2011 has been posted under "Materials related to quizzes and tests".
  • The midterm (version a) has been posted, with solutions.
  • The final from 2011 is now posted under "Materials related to quizzes and tests".
  • The final is Monday, December 9, from 2 - 5 PM.
  • Office hours/review session this Sunday afternoon, December 8, 3PM to 5:00 PM, probably in Room 313 of the Physics Building (3rd floor of the building where the lectures are held).
  • Homework #4 is now posted under "pdf versions of homework".
  • More info on and review materials for the final will be posted shortly.

This course is being taught by
Professor Gordon Cates
Time and place:
9:30-10:45 PM, Tues. & Thurs.
Room 204, Physics Building
Office hours: TBA
More questions? Reach Prof. Cates at

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