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    coca747 is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    Does it Matter what PHYSICS i have taken, in regards to pre-reqs?

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    Hi, I have taken a Physics course for light and radiation with lab. I was wondering if I can use this as my pre-req instead of going back to school to take physics of everyday life? anyone know or have used this before?? thanks!!

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    I think the "classical" or "everyday life" is the required class.

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    i took 400 level astrophysics
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