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Physics II

Course Description
This introductory algebra-based physics course is intended for first- and second-year college students, especially those
majoring in information systems, software engineering technology, computer science, computer engineering technology,
and electronics engineering technology. The course continues Physics I and covers a range of topics, concepts, and
theories in general physics including waves and sound, electric forces and electric fields, electric potential energy and
the electric potential, electric circuits, magnetic forces and magnetic fields, electromagnetic induction, alternating current
(AC) circuits, electromagnetic (EM) waves, the wave nature of light including interference, special relativity, and the dual
nature of particles and waves. The course also introduces the student to applied physics and applies this knowledge to
real-world problems. Includes one (1) lab credit.

Course Objectives
Upon completing this course you will be able to:

Apply physics principles.


Employ good problem-solving techniques.
Apply science and mathematical reasoning ability.
Relate physics principles and applications to everyday life.
Solve problems involving electric and magnetic forces.
Solve problems involving Ohms Law and electric circuits.
Solve problems involving electric and magnetic work and energy.
Master the concepts of special relativity and quantum mechanics and solve related problems.
Master the concepts of nuclear physics and solve related problems.

Prerequisites
PH220, MA114 or MA141 or MA302

Textbook Information

Giancoli, Douglas C. (2014). Physics: Principles with Applications (7th ed). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall
(Pearson) ISBN: 9780321762429

Also using KET Interactive Labs

Tentative Schedule
Reading Sections 16-1 through 16-9, and 17-
1, 17-2, 17-3, 17-4, 17-5, 17-7, 17-8, and 17-9
Video Lecture 1 Electric Fields and Forces
Video Lecture 2 Electric Potential
Video Lecture 3 Electric Field Example
Week 1
Video Lecture 4 Electric Field Potential
Week 1 Discussion
Week 1 Assignment
Week 1 Quiz
Week 1 Lab
Reading Sections 18-1 through 18-7, and 19-
1, 19-2, 19-3, 19-5, 19-6, and 19-7
Video Lecture Electric Currents and DC
Circuits
Video Lecture Power
Week 2 Video Lecture DC Circuits Example 1
Video Lecture DC Circuits Example 2
Week 2 Discussion
Week 2 Assignment
Week 2 Quiz
Week 2 Lab
Reading Sections 20-1 through 20-7, 20-12,
21-1 through 21-5, and 21-7
Video Lecture Magnetic Forces and Fields
Video Lecture Magnetic Induction
Video Lecture Magnetic Field and Forces
Week 3 Example
Video Lecture Magnetic Induction Example
Week 3 Discussion
Week 3 Assignment
Week 3 Quiz
Week 3 Lab
Reading Sections 22-1 through 22-4, and 23-1
through 23-8
Video Lecture E&M Waves and Optics
Video Lecture E&M Waves and Optics
Week 4 Examples
Week 4 Discussion
Week 4 Assignment
Week 4 Quiz
Week 4 Lab
Reading Sections 27-1 through 27-4, 27-6
through 27-8, and 27-10 through 27-13
Video Lecture Early Quantum Theory
Video Lecture Early Quantum Theory
Week 5 Examples
Week 5 Discussion
Week 5 Assignment
Week 5 Quiz
Week 5 Lab
Reading Sections 28-1 through 28-4, and 28-6
through 28-8
Video Lecture Quantum Mechanics of Atoms
Video Lecture Quantum Mechanics of Atoms
Week 6 Example
Week 6 Discussion
Week 6 Assignment
Week 6 Quiz
Week 6 Lab
Reading Sections 30-1 through 30-6 and 30-8
through 30-11
Video Lecture Nuclear Physics
Video Lecture Nuclear Physics Examples
Week 7
Week 7 Discussion
Week 7 Assignment
Week 7 Quiz
Week 7 Lab
Reading Sections 31-1 through 31-5
Video Lecture Nuclear Reactions
Video Lecture Nuclear Reactions Examples
Week 8 Week 8 Discussion
Week 8 Assignment
Week 8 Quiz
Week 8 Lab

Work must be submitted by 11:59 PM C.S.T. on the due date

Grading Policy
Assignment Percentage
Discussions 25%
Assignments 25%
Labs 30%
Weekly Quizzes 20%

Expected Student Workload


The following table outlines the academic effort required for you to be successful in this course. While the times in the
table are approximate, it is presented to help with your time management. If you have any questions or concerns, please
direct them to your instructor or student advisor.

Estimated Hours
Week Type of Activity Activity
Required

Readings/Lectures 0.9

Online Discussions 2.0

Assignments 2.5

1 Readings 5.6

Discussions 1.0
Preparation
Assignments 9.0

Clinical/Lab Hours 4.0

Estimated Hours
Week Type of Activity Activity
Required

Readings/Lectures 0.9

Online Discussions 2.0

Assignments 2.5

2 Readings 2.8

Discussions 1.0
Preparation
Assignments 9.0

Clinical/Lab Hours 4.0

Estimated Hours
Week Type of Activity Activity
Required

3 Online Readings/Lectures 0.9


Discussions 2.0

Assignments 2.5

Readings 2.8

Discussions 1.0
Preparation
Assignments 9.0

Clinical/Lab Hours 4.0

Estimated Hours
Week Type of Activity Activity
Required

Readings/Lectures 0.9

Online Discussions 2.0

Assignments 2.5

4 Readings 2.8

Discussions 1.0
Preparation
Assignments 9.0

Clinical/Lab Hours 4.0

Estimated Hours
Week Type of Activity Activity
Required

Readings/Lectures 0.9

Online Discussions 2.0

Assignments 2.5

5 Readings 2.8

Discussions 1.0
Preparation
Assignments 9.0

Clinical/Lab Hours 4.0

Estimated Hours
Week Type of Activity Activity
Required

Readings/Lectures 0.9
6 Online
Discussions 2.0
Assignments 2.5

Readings 2.8

Discussions 1.0
Preparation
Assignments 9.0

Clinical/Lab Hours 4.0

Estimated Hours
Week Type of Activity Activity
Required

Readings/Lectures 0.6

Online Discussions 2.0

Assignments 2.5

7 Readings 2.8

Discussions 1.0
Preparation
Assignments 9.0

Clinical/Lab Hours 4.0

Estimated Hours
Week Type of Activity Activity
Required

Readings/Lectures 0.9

Online Discussions 2.0

Assignments 2.5

8 Readings 2.8

Discussions 1.0
Preparation
Assignments 9.0

Clinical/Lab Hours 4.0