#### In this course, we will seek to describe the motion of objects using more abstract and advanced descriptions than
those you used in introductory physics. We will investigate moving, spinning, and oscillating objects, and we will move beyond
inertial reference frames to see the effects from an accelerating frame.

#### Check the syllabus if you have questions about the course and policies.

##### Lecture:

- Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00-11:50 a.m.
- Taylor Hall 109C

##### Text:

- Classical Mechanics by John R. Taylor

##### Useful links:

##### Homework:

**Homework 1** due Friday Sept 3, 4 pm
- Chapter 1: Problems 2, 10, 22a, & 24.

**Homework 2** due Wednesday Sept 8, 4 pm
- Chapter 1: Problems 34 & 38.
- Chapter 2: Problems 5 & 11.

**Homework 3** due Friday Sept 17, 4 pm
- Chapter 2: Problems 46 & 53.
- Chapter 3: Problems 3, 4, 21, 25 & 30.

**Homework 4** due Wednesday Sept 22, 4 pm
- Chapter 4: Problems 4, 8, 10, 11, 12, 20 & 30.

**Homework 5** due Monday Oct 4, in class
- Handout on Oscillations (1,2) -- forces on mass on spring, types of solutions

**Homework 6** due Wednesday Oct 13, 4 pm
- Chapter 5: Problems 5, 25, & 31.

**Homework 7** due Friday Oct 15, in class
- Handout on Oscillations (3, 4, 5)

**Homework 8** due Wednesday Oct 27, 4 pm
- Chapter 6: Problems 6, 7, 19, & 27.

###### Homework solutions will be posted to Woodle. See me if you have trouble accessing them.