Research Project in Physics

1. Select any topic from the syllabus - one topic for one student

2. a.) Minimum of 30 pages

10 pages - discussion

10 pages - illustrative examples

10 pages - problems with solutions about the topic

  • Short bond paper - stapled

b.) CD Topic presentation with powerpoint

Actual / Practical Application - 10 minute video clips

3. Submission: 4th meeting (finals)

For final period:

a. Lab Quiz

b. Lab Practicals

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