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An introduction to physics in the context of everyday objects....

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AV
May 9, 2020

It is a fabulous course.During the Entire Course I feel A Great Enthusiasm in my own.I loved this course..Thanks to profesor Louis A. Bloomfield & University of Virginia For there great contribution.

MS
May 6, 2020

Mind blowing.. excellent study by Prof. Bloomfield. Hatsoff to you sir. Very excellent representation of physics concepts by taking interesting examples. Good Pesonalited Professor i have ever seen .

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By Gelcimar d S A

Aug 3, 2019

As avaliações deveriam ter tradução

By lê h t

Feb 27, 2016

It'so interesting and helpful!!!

By Iris v S

Nov 17, 2015

Best physics teacher I ever had!

By SALEEM I H

Dec 18, 2018

the teaching style is fantastic

By Janeesh G M 1

Jul 19, 2020

Basic physics with experiments

By gerardomitma

Jan 26, 2016

Es un curso teorico muy bueno.

By Alejandro Á L

Oct 15, 2020

I don't find my certificate.

By Saqer j a a

Oct 28, 2020

What a fantastic course !!!

By anas m r

Apr 1, 2016

Great begining for physics

By Kinusan D S

May 7, 2019

Good, entertaining course

By Bablu P

Nov 2, 2020

great physics course

By Joan E F

Aug 31, 2015

Interesting material

By Shrikant B T

Nov 15, 2020

excellent course

By RATAN K S

Apr 3, 2020

it was fantastic

By Chayon G

Jul 2, 2020

Good indeed.

By Md A A

Sep 13, 2020

good course

By Hamza E H

Feb 18, 2016

verry good

By Prasanga N D

Oct 9, 2020

Good

By Jaswant D

Aug 5, 2020

good

By Shone G

Jul 13, 2020

good

By Praveen R

Jul 7, 2020

Good

By Yeasir m s

Jun 23, 2020

good

By Koustav M

Jun 17, 2020

Good

By KODURI P

May 6, 2020

good

By Jon M

Apr 21, 2018

It was fun material to learn, but this course lacks the mathematical understanding to complement the conceptual that should exist in physics. Some of the problems on the quizzes were unclear, but not in the sense that they were tricky. More so, the reader likely had no clear idea as to what the question was asking. Nevertheless, Professor Bloomfield put a good effort into the course and it had its fun moments.