Physics 220-69113 - Mechanics of Solids and Liquids - Veronica G. Galang
|Course:||Mechanics of Solids and Liquids|
|Professor:||Veronica G. Galang|
Mabuhay! My name is Veronica Galang and I will be your instructor for this semester in this in person course. This course runs from February 06 to June 01. In this letter, you will find basic information about the course as well as resources for ensuring your success in education. Let me start by telling you about me I have an undergraduate degree (B.SE.) in Biology, a master's degree (MAT) in Physics with a credential in Information Technology, and currently taking ED.D. My loving husband and I has four kids. I'm looking forward to exploring teaching in higher education with you all and learning ways to keep my students engaged and connected to the learning experience. In my spare time I love spending time with my sons and our dog, hiking with my husband and watching netflix, and enjoying the sunshine outdoors. I can't wait to get to know you all more in next month!
Presents a calculus-based introductory study of particle and rigid body statics and dynamics, vibrational motion, and fluid mechanics. The class meets twice a week for Lecture to Analyze and solve physics problems applying Newton’s laws and the principles of energy conservation to problems involving linear, rotational, oscillatory, and other types of motion and Lab to Conduct experiments using instruments to measure and examine object motion in the context of Newton’s laws and the principles of energy conservation, and formulate meaningful conclusions based on the physical data.
What to Expect in this Course
This is in person course: • Weekly lectures and labs are in the physical classroom. Every Tuesday is Lecture and Thursday is lab from-5:30 pm- 8:50 Pm (ALLB- 113) • Weekly assignments online HW with Mylab and Mastering Physics pearson’s tools • Exams will take place during lab time in the physical classroom. • All lecture material and assignments (lecture notes, videos, HW, etc..) for this in person course is found online on the Canvas course webpages. You will be using the course webpages on Canvas every week--you should be logging into Canvas at least three times a week. A tremendous amount of multimedia resources is available for you; multimedia lectures, problem solving videos, and various animations are posted for each week's material. Expectation that you are regularly watching the posted videos, using the various resources available to you. • You must register to Mylab and Mastering Physics to get access to resources and materials. Student_Registration_Handout_galang86156.pdf • You must secure a copy/buy the Lab Manual , available at the textbook, (yellow cover
Types of Assessments
Assessments include random and often quizzes, lab activities, mid-term and final exam, and assigned homework. Examinations will be held in the lab room.
• Weekly MasteringPhysics homework,
• Weekly lab assignments and groupwork
Register to Mylab and Mastering Physics to get access to resources and materials. Student_Registration_Handout_galang86156.pdf
You must secure a copy/buy the Lab Manual , available at the textbook,
PHYS 220 LAB MANUAL:MECH OF.. JULY 2022
ISBN 13: 2818440050725
Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics by Knight, Randall D.
ISBN 13: 8220123697556
Other Relevant Course Information
Required: review all posted lecture and video material in preparation for the labs
This course can be accessed on the first day of class via Canvas at https://coc.instructure.com. Log into Canvas using your CanyonsID single sign-on:
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- CanyonsID Password is your COC student email password
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Last updated: 01/10/2023 Sub#: 1528