PHY 102 : Technical Physics II
This is a continuation of PHY 101. Topics include fluids, thermodynamics, optics, electrostatics and basic circuits. Three lecture hours and two laboratory hours per week. Spring
C or better in PHY 101.
- Apply knowledge of electricity, pressure, temperature, and optics to solve numerical problems.
- Utilize mathematical tools such as dimensional analysis and vectors.
- Model real world situations using physics tools and concepts.
- Analyze laboratory data, including sources of error.
- Recognize the power and proper usage of scientific thinking and methods.