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PHY2048: GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I
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PHY2048: GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I
Course Code
PHY2048
Course Title
GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALCULUS I
Effective Term
20221
Writing Credit
No
International/Intercultural
No
Elective Flag
Yes
GELO Mapping
Critical Thinking
CLO 1: 1.0 Analyze measurement systems, dimensional analysis, and vector operations. The student should be able to read and evaluate readings and problems in clearly written compositions.
CLO 2: 2.0 Analyze kinematic and static problems.
CLO 3: 3.0 Analyze the conservation laws of work, energy, power and momentum.
CLO 4: 4.0 analyze the motion of a particle or system of particles that is periodic.
CLO 5: 5.0 Differentiate between heat and temperature and solve basic calorimeter problems, by analyzing the three laws of thermodynamics, the concept of entropy, and the concepts of thermal transport.
Ethical Reasoning
CLO 1: 1.0 Analyze measurement systems, dimensional analysis, and vector operations. The student should be able to read and evaluate readings and problems in clearly written compositions.
CLO 2: 2.0 Analyze kinematic and static problems.
CLO 5: 5.0 Differentiate between heat and temperature and solve basic calorimeter problems, by analyzing the three laws of thermodynamics, the concept of entropy, and the concepts of thermal transport.
Mathematical & Scientific Reasoning
CLO 1: 1.0 Analyze measurement systems, dimensional analysis, and vector operations. The student should be able to read and evaluate readings and problems in clearly written compositions.
CLO 2: 2.0 Analyze kinematic and static problems.
CLO 3: 3.0 Analyze the conservation laws of work, energy, power and momentum.
CLO 4: 4.0 analyze the motion of a particle or system of particles that is periodic.
CLO 5: 5.0 Differentiate between heat and temperature and solve basic calorimeter problems, by analyzing the three laws of thermodynamics, the concept of entropy, and the concepts of thermal transport.
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