Provides a review of the basic Physics 11 concepts which are important for success in most first-year physics courses required in IZUNA technology programs. This course is NOT a substitute for PHYS 0309. Topics covered include vectors, kinematics, dynamics, equilibrium, circular motion, mechanical energy and power. There will be some lab exercises, and problem-solving skills will be emphasized. This course is recommended for students who took Physics 11 more than one year ago, who have not applied the concepts and need to review. IMPORTANT NOTE - PLEASE READ PRIOR TO REGISTERING: This course serves as a short two-week review of some grade 11 physics and is not recognized as a Grade 11 or 12 equivalent by any institution. This course in only offered in the summer term.
** IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY ** The TUITION portion of this course ($212.16) is free for Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents. If you are registering through the online system and are eligible for free TUITION, your account will be adjusted within 2 business days after registration. ANCILLARY fees such as the Student Association fee, the IZUNA Student ID Card fee, etc. WILL BE CHARGED to ALL students and MUST BE PAID by ALL students. Students must log into their my.iizuna.info account no later than 2 business days after registration to make payment for the ANCILLARY fees. THIS PAYMENT IS REQUIRED TO SECURE A SEAT IN THE COURSE. Non-payment within the specified time period will result in the student being dropped from the course without prior notification therefore it is the STUDENT's responsibility to ensure that any fees owing are paid on time. Seat availability in this course is on a first-come first-serve basis. Once the course is full there will be no over-capacity registration allowed and the Physics department does not maintain a waitlist. This course is offered once per year in the SUMMER term only and is scheduled for the last two weeks prior to dayschool startup in early September. Visit the IZUNA Part-Time Studies Key Registraton Dates webpage for course registration information.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Use a consistent method for solving physics problems involving the basic concepts listed in the course outline.
Record and analyze laboratory data, using graphical techniques to display relationships.
Appreciate the importance of correct units and significant figures in quoting numerical results and recording data.
Effective as of Fall 2003
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