- 1. Exercise and solution
- 2. Exercise and solution
- 3. Exercise and solution
- 4. Exercise and solution
- I. Extra Sheet and solution on kinematics
- II. Extra Sheet and solution on kinetics
- 5. Exercise and solution
- 6. Exercise and solution
- III. Extra Sheet and solution on collisions
- IV. Extra Sheet and solution on the physical pendulum
- Revision sheet on mechanics and solution
- 7. Exercise and solution
- 8. Exercise and solution
- V. Extra Sheet and solution on the electric field
- VI. Extra Sheet and solution on resistor circuits
- 9. Exercise and solution
- 10. Exercise and solution
- Revision sheet on electrodynamics and solution
- Test exam and solution

- 1. Exercise and solution
- 2. Exercise and solution
- 3. Exercise and solution
- 4. Exercise and solution
- 5. Exercise and solution
- 6. Exercise and solution
- 7. Exercise
- 8. Exercise and solution
- 9. Exercise
- 10. Exercise
- 11. Exercise and solution
- 12. Exercise and solution
- 13. Exercise and solution
- 14. Exercise and solution

- The meaning of the used variables can be found here
- The summary on the rigid body can be found here
- Exams and course material of the MIT can be found here
- You might want to test your knowledge at the online quizzing concerning the book by P. A. Tipler and G. P. Mosca
- The lecture notes of the physics course can be found here while the script concerning the course in mathematics can be found here
- Literature on Mathematics:
- J. Stewart:

Calculus, Early Transcendentals (Brooks/Cole) - K. F. Riley, M. P. Hobson, S. J. Bence:

Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering: A Comprehensive Guide (CUP) - M. L. Boas:

Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences (Wiley) - I. N. Bronstein, K. A. Semendyayev, G. Musiol, H. Muehlig:

Handbook of Mathematics (Springer)

(German: Taschenbuch der Mathematik) - G. Merzinger, T. Wirth:

Repetitorium der höheren Mathematik (Binomi)

(German)

- J. Stewart:
- Literature on Physics:
- P. A. Tipler, G. P. Mosca:

Physics for scientists and engineers (W. H. Freeman)

(German: P. A. Tipler - Physik (Spektrum)) - M. W. McCall:

Classical Mechanics (Wiley) - A. P. French, M. G. Ebison:

Introduction to Classical Mechanics (Chapman and Hall) - I. S. Grant, W. R. Phillips:

Electromagnetism (Wiley) - W. J. Duffin:

Electricity and Magnetism (McGraw Hill) - D. Meschede:

Gerthsen Physik (Springer)

(German)

- P. A. Tipler, G. P. Mosca:

- The lecture at the 6
^{th}and the Extra tutorial at the 7^{th}September will switch their place. That means the lecture will take place on Tuesday while the Extra Tutorial will be given on Monday - both at 10:15 in SR 203. - The lecture will be given on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays SR 203. In the first week it starts at 15:45/10:15/15:45 while in the second week it covers the whole morning starting from 8:30. Thereafter it will take place from 10:15 to 11:45.
- Extra tutorials are taking place on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:15 in SR 203 after the second week.
- There will be additional tutorials for selected students on Monday and Wednesday at 17:30 in SR 203 starting in September.
- The final exam in physics is scheduled on the 6
^{th}October 2010 from 9am to 12am in Hector lecture hall.

For it only a non-programable calculator as well as a dictionary book is admissible as auxiliary means. Other non-programable calculators than Casio FX-82SX, Casio FX-82 Solar, TI-30Xa (Solar) or TI-36X Solar have to be handed in with your name on them on Tuesday the 5^{th}October after the exam in Mathematics with a wiped memory.

If 75% of the points in the unheralded spotquizes are obtained a bonus on the final mark will be granted of 1/3.

Questions can be asked by mail or visit me in the physics skyscraper in room 10.14.