|1.||Understand limits of measurements, apply uncertainty principles to develop measurement confidence. Apply a structured approach to solving problems in: (i) the use of kinematics to calculate motion; and (ii) the use Newton's laws to calculate forces and acceleration;|
|2.||Apply the rules of conservation of energy and momentum to engineering-related problems;|
|3.||Apply the principles of SHM and waves to engineering-related problems; and|
|4.||Effectively collaborate in teams/groups where students demonstrate responsibility for their own contributions and accountability in achieving the group's outcomes.|
|Portfolio||PBL Group Work||40%|
|Presentation||Individual Oral Presentation||20%|
|Test||Individual Online Test||40%|
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