The study of natural laws and their relationship to physical phenomena, the theories and laws governing the interaction of matter, energy and the forces of nature. Included topics are kinetics, dynamics, work and power, motion, forces, energy, matter, thermodynamics, sound and light waves, atomic structure, electricity and magnetism and nuclear physics. Real-life practical applications of natural laws and their uses in science and technology are stressed.
Prerequisites: AHS 1200310 or AHS 1200370A and AHS 2000310 or AHS 2003310A with a grade of "C" or higher or department permission.
Terms Offered: Offered as Needed
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