Physics 221 OutlineSSI 2008

Physics 221 OutlineSSI 2008 - PHYSICS 221 SYLUBUS Summer...

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PHYSICS 221 SYLUBUS Summer Session I 2008 General College Physics Instructor : Jason Ezell, Room 312 Science Building, Ext: 1737 Email : ezell@campbell.edu Office Hours : M-F 1:00-2:00 (Other times by Appointment) Text : College Physics , by R. Serway and J. Faughn, 7 th Ed. Thomson Brooks/Cole Publishing, 2006. Prerequisites: Math 112 Course Description: Physics 221 is the first semester of a two-semester algebra/trigonometry based introductory course for sophomores. The topics covered are classical mechanics, thermodynamics and harmonic motion. Learning Objectives: To promote a Christian ethic with regard to Physics and other science issues To develop an understanding of the physical laws that govern God's Universe By the end of the term, a student earning a passing grade should be able to: o Express simple the mechanical concepts of Newtonian formalism. o Solve and derive numerical answers for problems dealing with Kinematics and Dynamics Heat and Thermodynamics Simple Harmonic Motion and Wave Phenomenon Meeting Dates Topics Test Dates
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