The Physics of Everyday Life
An introduction to the physics of everyday life. This conceptual course looks at everyday objects to learn about the basis for our modern technological world. Topics may include anything from automobiles to weather.
( PHY205H1 is primarily intended as a Breadth Requirement course for students in the Humanities and Social Sciences with no university-level background in physics. Any student with university-level credit in physics, including students with secondary school transfer credits in physics is ineligible to take this course).
- Any PHY course taken previously or concurrently (except PHY196H1/ PHY197H1/ PHY198H1/ PHY199H1/ PHY100H1/ PHY202H1/ PHY207H1).
- Recommended preparation
['"Conceptual Physics" 12th edition, by Paul Hewitt (C)2015 by Pearson Education']
- Breadth requirement
- Distribution requirement
PHY205H1 is primarily intended as a Breadth Requirement course for students in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
- course title
- year of study
- 2nd year
- time and location
24L: LEC5101: MW5 12T: R1/R2/R3/F1/F2/F3/W6/W7 Students/TAs: Room information available on ACORN (https://www.acorn.utoronto.ca/) Instructors: Room information available in the LSM Portal (https://lsm.utoronto.ca/lsm_portal) Students may add or change a Tutorial (T) section via ACORN until January 16, 2024. Starting January 17, 2024, adding or changing of Tutorial sections must be requested online at: https://sites.physics.utoronto.ca/ugrad/course-forms/practical-sections-forms.