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33-115 Energy and Environmental Issues

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An introduction to the fundamental principles and methodology of physics. The course will introduce and use the physics concepts of energy and the laws of thermodynamics to analyze environmental issues, such as fossil fuel use, nuclear power, solar power and others. Issues of risk assessment will also be discussed. This course is intended for students in the Colleges of H&SS and Fine Arts and does not require calculus, however, students are expected to have some facility with basic algebra.

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