COURSE DESCRIPTION
The Physics 2 Syllabus works through the entire first year second semester undergraduate curriculum.
The course is full of informative tutorial videos, tests and exams filmed by our enthusiastic Physics tutors.
PDF summarized lessons helping the learner to extend his/her knowledge on the derivative of formulae used in the videos recording and follow a step by step procedure on each type of problems bond to the curriculum
The students’ progress will be monitored weekly through our examination procedure screening and a well formulated and appropriate feedback will be provided to the student, teacher and parent.
This course is and remains not less different from your school syllabus.
TOPICS
 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
 MAGNETIC FORCES AND MAGNETIC FIELDS
 ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
 ALTERNATING CURRENT CIRCUITS
 KINEMATICS IN TWO DIMENSIONS
 DYNAMICS OF UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION
 ROTATIONAL KINEMATICS
 ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS
 SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION AND ELASTICITY
 FLUIDS
 THE IDEAL GAS LAW AND KINETIC THEORY
 THERMODYNAMICS
 THE NATURE OF THE ATOM
 IONISING RADIATION, NUCLEAR ENERGY, AND ELEMENTARY PARTICLES
AUDIENCE
This tutorial is designed for undergraduate first year learner around the world who want to learn the basics of Physical Science and its architectural concepts. This tutorial will give you enough understanding on all the mentioned topics of your curriculum with suitable examples.
PREREQUISITES
Before proceeding with this tutorial, you should have a basic understanding of Grade 12 Physical Science . As we are going to develop, revise, and apply formulae used in the previous grade as ground key to deeply understand the contents of this tutorials.
COURSE RESOURCES
The textbook being used is Physics(written byBy: John D. Cutnell; Kenneth W. Johnson; David Young; Shane Stadler) Students will have access to a textbook online or in class. For any other course material which will be available to boost learner practices on exams types exercises as the course progresses, There is a MATHFACE WORKBOOK accessible in our library for the cost of $50. you may get in touch with our customer service for more information about the product.
REQUIRED MATERIAL FOR THIS COURSE
Learners will be required to bring their notebook , a calculator, pencil, graph paper, pen , technical drawing/mathematical large springbow compass 9 piece set and a ruler set.
HOMEWORK
In order to succeed in mathematics, a student must practice every day. Work assigned in class must be finished at home if it has not been completed during the period. While there may be extenuating circumstances occasionally, daily homework completion is the goal and is absolutely vital for success. Homework will be checked daily.
REPORT CARD GRADE
The Report Card grade is based on evidence collected through observations, conversations, and student products (tests/exams, assignments for evaluation).
Some evidence will carry greater weight than other evidence. Determining a report card grade will involve professional judgement and interpretation of evidence that reflects the student’s most consistent level of achievement, with special consideration given to more recent evidence.
MARK BREAKDOWN
 Term Work – 70 %
Term work is based on a variety of performance tasks over the course of the term that demonstrates: knowledge, thinking, communication, and application.
 Summative – 30%
The summative evaluation must take place completely in class. The culminating performance task is worth 15%. The final exam is worth 15% for a total of 30%.
ADDITIONAL PACKAGE ADVANTAGES
Taking this course includes bonuses like
 4h weekly online private tutorials with one of our dedicated tutor
 Free MathFace workbook
 3h weekly scheduled contact learning consultations in our institution classroom (optional)
 Certificate of completion of course
 Free online support on an available set schedule
 Online forum allowing the learner to ask questions to other learners in the same course
 Free consultation on the Learner’s homework ,assignments, and projects
LEARNING OUTCOMES
 Over 156 lectures and 55 hours of content!
 LIVE sessions End to End Training Included.
 Learn Physical Science from a professional tutor from your own desk.
 Information packed practical training starting from basics to advanced testing techniques.
 Best suitable for beginners to advanced level users and who learn faster when demonstrated.
 Course contents designed by considering all types of learner’s speed, ability to process and apply all information provided.
 Practical assignments at the end of every session.
 Practical learning experience with live project work and examples.
Course Features
 Lectures 86
 Quizzes 0
 Duration 12 weeks
 Skill level All levels
 Students 0
 Certificate Yes
 Assessments Yes

SECTION 1: ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
 Alternating Current
 Alternating Voltage, Alternating Current
 Power and Average Power.
 RMS Voltage and Current.
 Kirchoff’s Loop Rule and Junction Rule.
 The different connections of capacitors.
 RC circuit
 RC circuit when the capacitor is charging and discharging
 Charge on the capacitor plates when the capacitor charges and discharges
 Time constant.
 Solving Kirchoff problems.
 Alternating Current, Kirchoff, equivalent capacitance and RC circuit problems

SECTION 2: MAGNETIC FORCES AND MAGNETIC FIELDS
 Magnetic field
 motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field
 The Force that a Magnetic Field exerts on a Moving Charge
 The Mass Spectrometer
 The Motion of a Charged Particle in a Magnetic Field
 The Force on a Current in a Magnetic Field
 The Torque on a CurrentCarrying Coil
 Magnetic Fields Produced by Currents
 Ampere’s Law

SECTION 3: ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION

SECTION 4: ALTERNATING CURRENT CIRCUITS

SECTION 5: KINEMATICS IN TWO DIMENSIONS

SECTION 6: DYNAMICS OF UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION

SECTION 7: ROTATIONAL KINEMATICS

SECTION 8: ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS

SECTION 9: SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION AND ELASTICITY

SECTION 10: FLUIDS

SECTION 11: THE IDEAL GAS LAW AND KINETIC THEORY

SECTION 12: THERMODYNAMICS
 Thermodynamic Systems and Their Surroundings
 The Zeroth Law of thermodynamics
 The First Law of thermodynamics
 Thermal Processes
 Thermal Processes Using an Ideal Gas
 Specific Heat Capacities
 The Second Law of Thermodynamics
 Heat Engines
 Carnot’s Principle and the Carnot Engine
 Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, and Heat Pumps
 Entropy

SECTION 13: THE NATURE OF THE ATOM

SECTION 14: IONISING RADIATION, NUCLEAR ENERGY, AND ELEMENTARY PARTICLES