Ongoing Course

•  Mon/Wed 15:30-16:45,    Bldg.56 Rm.106,    Slides to be available here if needed after the class.
•  This course aims to help freshmen students with solid understandings in advanced high school
physics and mathematics to appreciate important concepts and connections in classical physics.
•  Sister courses: Physics Experiement I (encouraged), Basic Physics I (elective)

Week 02-1.   Course Introduction (slides) + Sellers for Halliday, Resnick & Walker, 11th Ed. (link)
Week 03-1.   Motion in 2/3 Dimensions + Force and Motion - I (slides)
Week 03-2.   Force and Motion - I / II (slides) + 1st Homework (pdf) + Solution (pdf)
Week 04-1.   Kinetic Energy and Work (slides)
Week 04-2.   Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy (slides)
Week 05-1.   Center of Mass and Linear Momentum (slides)
Week 05-2.   Center of Mass and Linear Momentum (slides) + 2nd Homework
Week 06-1.   Rotation (slides)
Week 06-2.   Rotation + Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum (slides)
Week 07-1.   Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum (slides)
Week 07-2.   Equilibrium (and Elasticity) (slides) + 3rd Homework
Week 08-1.   Gravitation + Term Project Paper How-To (slides)
Week 08-2.   Fluids + Midterm Logistics (slides)
Week 09-1.   Fluids + Oscillations (slides) + 4th Homework
Week 09-3.   Midterm Exam (pdf) + Solution (pdf)   / Apr. 26 (Fri) 19:00-20:30 (56-105)
Week 10-1.   Oscillations + Waves - I + Term Project Presentation How-To (slides)
Week 10-2.   Waves - I (slides)
Week 11-1.   Waves - II (slides)
Week 11-2.   Waves - II + Temperature, Heat, & 1st Law of Thermodynamics (slides) + 5th Homework
Week 12-1.   Temperature, Heat, & 1st Law of Thermodynamics (slides)
Week 12-2.   The Kinetic Theory of Gases (slides)
Week 13-1.   The Kinetic Theory of Gases (slides) + Term Project Slides (all slides) + Vote (link)
Week 13-2.   The Kinetic Theory of Gases (slides) + 6th Homework
Week 14-1.   Entropy & 2nd Law of Thermodynamics + Final Exam Logistics (slides)
Week 14-2.   Entropy & 2nd Law of Thermodynamics (slides) + Term Project Presentations (slides)
Week 15-3.   Final Exam (pdf) + Solution (pdf)   / Jun. 7 (Fri) 19:00-20:30 (56-105)


•  We plan to utilize SNU's eTL system in three ways below:

(1) Class announcements: Please check your email regularly, and the eTL course page.
(2) Assignment submissions: Be ready to submit (some of) your homework and quiz through the
assignment submission links on the eTL course page. More information during the classes.
(3) Online lectures (if switched): Make sure to first log in to eTL, then access the Zoom online
lecture link via the course page. This is to let the eTL system check your attendance automatically.
For more information, visit etl.snu.ac.kr.