Practical Physics I
Develops the core practical experimental and computational skills necessary to do Physics. Students tackle simple physics questions involving mathematical models, computational simulations and solutions, experimental measurements, data and uncertainty analysis
- PHY132H1/152H1, (MAT135H1,MAT136H1)/MAT137Y1/MAT157Y1
- Recommended preparation
['On-line Documents:', '- Python tutorials, see Quercus page', '- Computational exercises: see Quercus page', '- Experiments and exercises guide sheets: see Quercus page']
- Breadth requirement
- Distribution requirement
Background: No computational experience is required. Students should be familiar with data and file manipulation.
The first half of the course is dedicated to learning programming in Python. In the second half students do experimental work and apply programming to data analysis.
- course title
- PHY224H1 FALL
- year of study
- 2nd year
- time and location
72P: M3-6,F11-2 / TR9-12 / TR1-4 / Room: MP222, In Person