SYNOPSIS :

This is a practical course for subject Physics 1. In this course, students will conduct and doing the experiments based on the theory and principled learned before. Students will doing nine experiments in total through groups, which are Moments, Hooke's Law, Newton Second Law, Free Fall, Projectile Motion, Density of Liquid, Thermal Expansion of Solids and Liquids, Ideal  Gas and Metal Heat Capacity Experiments. students need to submit their laboratory report after each of the experiment being done. At the end of semester, students will face a written laborato

ASSESSMENT PLAN :

Methods

Weighting

Lab Reports (8)

60%

Test

30%

Observation

10%

Total

100%

 

LEARNING REFERENCES :

 1) Giancoli, D.C. Physics for Scientists and Engineers: with Modern Physics. Pearson Prentice Hall, 2009

1) Serway R.A & Jewett J.W. Principles of Physics, Brooks/Cole, 2002

3) Halliday, D & Resnick, R. Fundamentals of Physics Extended (8th Ed.). Asia: Wiley International Student Edition, 2008

4) Young, H.D. & Freeman, R.A. University Physics with Modern Physics (12th Ed.) Pearson, 2006

5) Cutnell, J.D. & Johnson, K.W. Physics (7th Ed.) Asia: Wiley, 2007