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ENG1121_F21_O431

ENG1121_F21_O431

The OpenLab course site for Professor Kieran Reichert’s ENG1121-O431 section.

Astronomy

Astronomy

Astronomical history is presented including an introduction to the mechanics and optics of Galileo and Newton. Radiation laws and astronomical tools including the telescope are considered. The solar system is presented in detail as is a history of human space travel. Stellar astrophysics is considered including star formation, planetary systems formation; and star properties, groupings and evolution. Galaxy properties and evolution are discussed. Following an introduction to relativity, aspects of quantum mechanics and cosmology are introduced. The search for and consequences of extraterrestrial life are considered. Laboratory experiments supplement and illustrate lecture material.

ENG1101 Blain FYLC FA2020

ENG1101 Blain FYLC FA2020

This is the course site for Jackie Blain’s ENG 1101 component of the First Year Learning Community “Game On, Python!” ENG1101 is designed to help develop skills in writing, researching, and reading that can be transferred into a variety of settings.

MAT 1275OL14[64210], FA2020

MAT 1275OL14[64210], FA2020

MAT 1275 – College Algebra and Trigonometry An intermediate and advanced algebra course. Topics include quadratic equations, the distance and midpoint formula, graphing parabolas and circles, systems of linear and quadratic equations, an introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions. Topics from trigonometry including basic trigonometric functions, identities, equations and solutions of triangles. Prerequisites: MAT 1175 or for New Students, scores of at least 45 on the Pre-Algebra part and 45 on the Algebra part of the CUNY Assessment Text in Mathematics

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Game On, Python! Fall 2020

Game On, Python! Fall 2020

Through a video game development group project and a developer’s blog discussing the process of problem-solving used to create the game, this course will present students with an overall inner inspection of both the world of computing and game development. Student teams will use Python 2.7 (python.org), a free python compiler tool, to design a 5 minute, choice-based text adventure game which will later be presented to the class. The course aims to teach students to work productively within a team, provide the foundation for other courses within the Computer Systems Technology department, and enhance the critical thinking skills necessary in an increasingly complex and technological world.

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