Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism
Gain an understanding of the Core Concepts of Electricity & Magnetism in this free Introductory Course:
- Learn the fundamental concepts, electric charge and electric field, that help the rest of the course go more smoothly.
- Understand how charging by induction really works so you can guarantee you’ll get those grades on your unit test.
- Explain how the electric field is independent of the test charge.
- Solve problems involving electric charges moving through electric fields.
What you’ll learn:
How objects get electrically charged, both with and without touching other charged objects.
Set up and solve problems involving Coulomb’s Law
How the electric field is independent of the test charge
Solve problems involving electric charges moving through electric fields
Determine the electric fields created by point charges and charge distributions
This Tutorial Includes
- 4 hours on-demand video
- 2 articles
- 8 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
Scott Redmond College Physics Tutor and Former Professor
Scott started his career as a Mission Operations Analyst, performing tens of thousands of physics-based computer simulations of the robotic arms on the International Space Station, and providing real-time support to space shuttle missions, over a period of more than 7 years. Always passionate about teaching, Scott conducted some astronaut training at the Canadian Space Agency, and then transitioned to teaching physics at Vanier College in Montreal.
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