# Mechanics and Relativity

## Physics 110

##### Usual Description

A study of Newtonian mechanics and special relativity, focusing on conceptual understanding, problem solving and laboratory work. Topics include point-particle dynamics, conservation principles, oscillation, systems of particles, rotation; time dilation, length contraction, and the relativity of simultaneity. This is the first course in a three-semester calculus-based introductory sequence.

##### Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing | Semester | Professor | |
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Physics 110 | Taught by Yumi Ijiri, Robert Owen, or Daniel Stinebring | ||

Physics 110 | Taught by Stephen FitzGerald, Robert Owen, or Daniel Stinebring | ||

Physics 110 | Taught by Stephen FitzGerald or Rob Owen | ||

Physics 110 | Taught by Stephen FitzGerald or Rob Owen | ||

Physics 110 | Taught by Stephen FitzGerald, Christopher Martin, or Rob Owen | ||

Physics 110 | Taught by Dan Styer | ||

Physics 110 | Taught by Dan Styer | ||

Physics 110 | Taught by Christopher Martin or Jason Stalnaker | ||

Physics 110 | Taught by Christopher Martin or Jason Stalnaker |