Recent Submissions

  • Quantum Mechanics 

    Rasoanaivo, René Yves (2018-03-12)
    The module describes the experimental findings that lead to a new concept and a new scientific attitude towards physical phenomena at the microscopic level. In addition, the module describes the formal terminology based ...
  • Mathematical Physics II 

    Youm, Issakha (2018-03-12)
    This Mathematical Physics II module builds on the Mathematical Physics I module. It addresses differential and integral calculus tools for functions (scalar and vector) of multiple variables. It reviews the areas of ...
  • Geometrical Optics and Physical Optics 

    A. Ramilison, Herimanda (2018-03-13)
    In this module, the concept of light’s behavior when reflected from the same medium or at the interface between two different media will be treated. The construction of images obtained through optical systems and different ...
  • Electronics 

    Kinyera Obwoya, Sam (2018-03-14)
    Electronics is the study of the flow of charge through various materials and devices such as, semiconductors, resistors, inductors, capacitors, nano-structures, and vacuum tubes. All applications of electronics involve ...
  • Solid State Physics 

    Kinyera Obwoya, Sam (2018-03-14)
    This course is intended for students enrolling for BSc with Education and BEd degrees. Solid state physics forms the backborn of physics. The module has four units: Introduction to solid state physics; Crystal defects and ...
  • Statistical Physics 

    Shewamare, Sisay (2018-03-16)
    In this module we are focusing on the system of macroscopic particles and we study the statistical description of systems in terms of probability and the behavior of the density of state which help to measure the macroscopic ...
  • Properties of Matter 

    Shewamare, Sisay (2018-03-14)
    In order to study this module, you need to complete the modules on Mechanics I, Mechanics II, and Electricity and Magnetism. This module also assumes you have taken introductory course in Calculus.
  • Electricity and Magnetism 

    Kinyera Obwoya, Sam (2018-03-14)
    As a prerequisite to study this module, you need a background of high school physics; basic concepts of differential and integral calculus and vector methods. It might be a good idea to refersh your knowledge, if you feel ...
  • Mechanics II 

    Tesfaye, Tilahun (2018-03-14)
    Physics is a study of Energy and its transformations. One of the ways of energy transformation happens when objects are set in motion. Description of motion has been studied in Mechanics I module. The emphasis on mechanics ...
  • Mechanics 1 

    Ratiarison, Adolphe (2018-03-14)
    This module of Mechanics 1 addresses aspects experienced in daily life and in our environment including: 1. Physical quantities and vector operators; 2. Kinematics of a material point in one dimension and two dimensions: 3. ...
  • Thermal Physics 

    Tesfaye, Tilahun (2018-03-14)
    Physics is a study of Energy and its transformations. Heat is the most common form of energy that is transferred or transformed when bodies interact. This module will help you understand the concept of heat as a form of ...
  • Atomic Physics 

    Kiwanga, Prof. C.A. (2018-03-13)
    Atomic physics may loosely be defined as the scientific study of the structure of the atom, its energy states, and its interactions with other particles and fields. Learning Atomic Physics is important not only for ...
  • Abstract Algebra 

    Onak Giel, Othow (2018-03-12)
    This module aims to acquaint you with the mathematical aspects of rings and groups and the underlying algebraic structures and when they are looked at as non-empty sets, how their elements are combined by binary operations ...
  • Mechanics 

    Chihaka, Tendayi (2-03-12)
    This topic of mechanics has been treated as that branch of mathematics that mathematically attempts to explain our physical environment. It is that branch of mathematics that spans the divide between our natural sciences ...
  • Analysis 2 

    M. Khalagai, Jairus (2018-03-13)
    The rationale of teaching analysis is to set the minimum content of Pure Mathematics required at undergraduate level for student of mathematics. It is important to note that skill in proving mathematical statements is one ...
  • Analysis 1 

    M. Khalagai, Jairus (2018-03-15)
    The rationale of teaching analysis is to set the minimum content of Pure Mathematics required at undergraduate level for student of mathematics. It is important to note that skill in proving mathematical statements is one ...
  • LINEAR PROGRAMMING 

    K. J. Mtetwa, David (2018-03-15)
    The Prerequisite courses are Basic Mathematics and Linear Algebra, which are offered in this degree program. A knowledge of linear independence, basis, matrix operation, inverses, inequalities, vector spaces, convex sets, ...
  • Probability and Statistics 

    Chege, Paul (2018-03-15)
    Probability and Statistics, besides being a key area in the secondary schools’ teaching syllabuses, it forms an important background to advanced mathematics at tertiary level. Statistics is a fundamental area of Mathematics ...
  • Numerical Methods 

    W.P. Masenge, Ralph (2018-03-15)
    A key attribute of mathematics is its applicability in problem solving. The history of the subject is full of evidence that the driving force in its early development was based in trying to solve problems in plane geometry, ...
  • Differential Equations 

    L. Ekol, George (2018-03-15)
    This module consists of four units, namely Introduction to Ordinary differential equations, higher order ordinary differential equations, power series solutions and special functions and partial differential equations and ...

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