HIGH-SCHOOL MATH FOR COLLEGE PHYSICS
This module contains instruction and
self-tests for the high-school math needed in college physics.
The module was developed by Fred Reif and his colleagues at Berkeley
as a "handout." Project Physnet put it into machine-readable form,
has used it for several years in both print and Web forms with hundreds
of students, and has revised it in small ways with feedback from students
and instructional staff.
The currently module is available in PDF and PS formats. It is
copyrighted but is freely available for personal use by persons who download
it, including individul faculty who can distribute it to students in their
own class, subject to these conditions: (1) any cost to students must not
exceed the cost of printing and distribution; (2) the authors' names and
the Physnet copyright, address, and revision date must remain at the beginning
of the module; and (3) any revision not approved by Project Physnet must
be clearly delineated and marked with the name of the person(s) who contributed
For m401 in PDF format, 658KB: m401.pdf
Note: For reading or printing this file you must use
version 3.01 or higher.
For m401 in PostScript, 1887KB: m401.ps
Note: the current HTML version of m401 is in a Web "self-test" format
and is in active use in MSU courses: contact the project director if you are interested.
A full Web version of the manuscript will be posted here when it is finished.
Option: go back to the Project Physnet