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M-LT 71137 - Electricity: Science and Sound
“Music is the science of sounds” is the opening line of Rameau’s Treatise of Harmony published in 1722. In the 21st century we have the ability to conduct electronic experiments in a controlled environment to gain a first hand understanding of how the laws of electricity and electronic sound work. Problem solving skills, plasticity of thought, and the ability to synthesize concepts are gained through the process of scientifically proving a hypothesis. We will do this by building analog electrical circuits that produce sound and light, and conduct physical experiments changing resistance, current, direction, amplification and more. Learn through making.

Prerequisites M-SK 2102 / Lecture <min credit = 2.00> or M-EX 5107 / Placement Exam or M-SK 8101 / Lecture <min credit = 1.00> or M-SK 8101 / Remedial <min credit = 1.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 2.00
Credit Types Credit

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