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8.02x: Electricity and Magnetism MITx

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About this course

8.02 is the second semester of the MIT introductory physics sequence. Passing the online version of this course will guarantee you an MITx certificate of mastery. The course is on electricity and magnetism which are at the heart of Maxwell’s equations. We will study electric fields, magnetic fields, electromagnetic forces, conductors and dielectrics, electromagnetic waves, and the nature of light. This online version follows the MIT on-campus class as it was given by the renowned Professor Walter Lewin in the spring of 2002, and includes his video lectures and problem solving sessions. Professor Lewin, proclaimed “a Web Star” by The New York Times, has supplemented his lectures specifically for 8.02x by including interactive questions to help students check their understanding during the lectures themselves. Also, the course uses prize-winning animations and interactive simulations developed under the leadership of Professor John Belcher for MIT’s Technology Enabled Active Learning (TEAL) classroom.

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PH207x Health in Numbers: Quantitative Methods in Clinical & Public Health Research

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Final exam for my PH207x finished this weekend. I tried my best and my total score was 87% :). Finally after three months of hard work I can rest. I would like to say “Thank you” to Prof. Marcello Pagano, Prof. Francis E. Cook our lecturers and all the TAs and people involved in this beautifull project. I have learned a lot!!. Thank you very much to all the students because the forums were really helpfull. A big thanks from a friend from Peru.


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