Welcome to the Web site for
U.C. Berkeley's **Physics 105**, Fall 2006. Email to:

(Prof.) Mark Strovink, `strovink at lbl dot gov` . I also have a research web page.

(Mr.) Peter Battaglino, `pbb at berkeley dot edu` .

Archival website from the Fall 2000 version of this course.

Scientist as Detective,

Swedish Academy of Sciences detailed press release

Link to

One version of a web portal for physicists, first posted in 1995 by Anton Skorucak (then an undergraduate at McMaster University, Ontario).

Paul Faulstad's math and physics applets illustrate a variety of standard physics phenomena; other math/physics applets are also linked.

You are welcome to enroll in Physics 105 if you have received passing grades in Math 53+54 and Physics (H)7ABC (or their equivalents), which are course prerequisites.

Most documents linked here are in PDF format and are intended to be displayed by Adobe Acrobat [Reader], version 4 or later (Acrobat will do a better job if you

General Information including schedules and rooms.

Course Outline.

Short Course in Classical Mechanics (lecture notes used in Physics 105, Fall 2000, from which readings are assigned in the present course).

Inverted pendulum (rough handwritten lecture notes, week of 27 Nov 06).

Problem Set 1 Solution to Problem Set 1 Problem Set 2 Solution to Problem Set 2 Problem Set 3 Solution to Problem Set 3 Problem Set 4 Solution to Problem Set 4 Problem Set 5 Solution to Problem Set 5 Problem Set 6 Solution to Problem Set 6 Problem Set 7 Solution to Problem Set 7 Problem Set 8 Solution to Problem Set 8 Problem Set 9 Solution to Problem Set 9 Problem Set 10 Solution to Problem Set 10 Problem Set 11 Solution to Problem Set 11 Solution to Peter Battaglino's review problems

Exam 1 Solution to Exam 1 Exam 1 Statistics Exam 2 Solution to Exam 2 Exam 2 Statistics Final Exam Solution to Final Exam Final Exam Statistics

Notes on Special Relativity used in Physics 110B, Spring 2007.

Notes on Special Relativity used in Physics H7C, Fall 2002.

Lecture Notes by Prof. L.T. Kerth,

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Swedish Academy of Sciences detailed press release

108 pages of physics equations, compiled by Johan Wevers, a Dutch graduate student.

A scholarly essay on the