The concepts and relations (force, energy, and momentum) describing physical interactions and the changes in motion they produce, along with applications to the physical and life sciences. Lab experiments, lectures, and problem solving activities are interwoven into each class. Discussion sections offer additional help with mathematics, data analysis, and problem solving. This course satisfies medical school and engineering requirements for an introductory physics I course with labs. Prerequisite: one semester introductory calculus course covering the basic principles and methods of integration and differentiation (MTH 111 or equivalent). In the spring semester, first-year students will have the first opportunity to enroll. Students will be enrolled in the following priority order: first-years, then second-years, then juniors, then seniors. Sections are capped at 28.