I was just wondering what type of calculus is in cal based physics 1? I'm a little rusty at calculus, so I was just curious...
You'll have to differentiate and integrate polynomials and sines and cosines. Maybe deal with a chain rule. That's it.
"Physics 1" means so many different things. Where I went to school there are five variants of "Physics 1". And that's at one school! You need to see the syallabus, or at least the textbook.
Know what a derivative means, know what an integral means, know how to use them. Taking derivative and integrating will be used as tools. Most problem-solving for the first course in the series for Physics (emphasizing Mechanics) for Science & Engineering students will rely on algebra, trigonometry, and vectorsHey guys! Thanks for all the replies.
This is the book:http://www.abebooks.com/97803217530...earson-eText-Standalone-Access-0321753054/plp
I don't have the syllabus yet. It's calculus based physics 1 at a community college.
Here's a description of the course:
Can anyone help anymore? I remember derivatives and chain rule, but I don't remember much of the integrals or limits or stuff like that....