Two-Semester Intermediate Course Sequence in Physics for the Life Sciences

“Two-Semester Intermediate Course Sequence in Physics for the Life Sciences,” delivered at the AAPT 2021 Virtual Summer Meeting on August 2, 2021. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1b9OdQktrI
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“Using Math in Physics: Overview,”
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by Sanjoy Mahajan.
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  • Estimation
  • Anchor Equations
  • Toy Models
  • Functional Dependence
  • Reading the Physics in a Graph
  • Telling the Story
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