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About the Course

This second course serves as an introduction to the physics of electricity and magnetism. Upon completion, learners will understand how mathematical laws and conservation principles describe fields and how these fields are related to electrical circuits. Learners will gain experience in solving physics problems with tools such as graphical analysis, algebra, vector analysis, and calculus. This second course covers Electric Potential, Capacitance, Current, Resistors, and DC Circuits. Each of the two modules contains reading links to a free textbook, complete video lectures, conceptual quizzes, and a set of homework problems. Once the modules are completed, the course ends with an exam. This comprehensive course is similar in detail and rigor to those taught on-campus at Rice. It will thoroughly prepare learners for their upcoming introductory physics courses or more advanced courses in physics....

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YA

Aug 12, 2022

it provides a deep understanding of electricity helped by many logical models... wow!

ME

Feb 9, 2022

on of the best tutor i learned from him alot of simplicity in explanation the idea ♥

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By Nguyen D L

Aug 11, 2021

Thank you so much Professor Hafner,

Your physics demo give me deeper insight into Electric Field. I am sure other student would learn and love your class. I am more confident to tutor my son in Electricity portion of E&M now.

Best,

Nguyen Le

By yonthan a

Aug 13, 2022

it provides a deep understanding of electricity helped by many logical models... wow!

By Muhammad E

Feb 10, 2022

on of the best tutor i learned from him alot of simplicity in explanation the idea ♥

By David W

Feb 25, 2022

Too many mistakes in the problems.

By Tom B

Aug 16, 2023

Good course. The "weeks" are lonnnnnnnnng though.