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2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

PH 1750 - Physics Concepts and Connections II

Spring semester

A continuation of the study of physics principles introduced in PH 1700  with a concentration on the mathematical application of Newtonian mechanics to the human body, as well as a study of thermodynamics, waves and sound, electricity and light. Emphasis will be on both the conceptual understanding of physics principles and the mathematical application of physics principles in force, motion, torque, circular motion, work and energy, momentum, fluid pressure, thermodynamics, waves and sound, optics and electricity. Students will be expected to demonstrate conceptual and applied understanding of physics principles through class discourse, problem solving, written assessment, and the design of projects utilizing physics principles in an application to an area of students’ career interests.

Prerequisite: PH 1700 .
Recommended: MT 1190  or equivalent.
Corequisite: PH 1760 .
(SCI or SCII Lecture & Lab combined)