Physics 6A and Math 31 Series

<p>Is it possible to take the Physics 6 series after taking Math 31A and 31B? Or do you have to stay on the "Life Sciences" track and take Math 3A, 3B and 3C?</p>

<p>no it is physically impossible to do that</p>

<p>It's fine.</p>

<p>Is there any material from Math 3C (Probability for LS Majors) that I should know before taking Physics 6A-C?</p>

<p>You could always just take up through Math 33A then add on Math 170AB. I'm sure you would learn all that's required.</p>

<p>^ I'm not a math major, so I only plan to take Math 31A/B and Math 32A.</p>

<p>Has anyone taken Physics 6 after taking Math 31 before? Any advice?</p>

<p>I'm pretty sure I was joking.</p>

<p>But you can be sure that there will be other people in the class in the same situation as you, so it shouldn't be too bad. The professor will probably review any math that some students may not have been exposed to.</p>

<p>Oh oops, haha. Thanks for the info, though.</p>

<p>I have one more question: Is Math 32A is necessary for Physics 6A-B-C?</p>

<p>No it's not. There's barely any calculus, let alone multivariable calculus.</p>

<p>Oh okay. That's good to know. :)</p>

<p>Would URSA let me register for Physics 6A after completing Math 31B then?</p>

<p>Probably. I dont think there are actually any restrictions</p>