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An introduction to physics in the context of everyday objects....

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AV

May 10, 2020

It is a fabulous course.During the Entire Course I feel A Great Enthusiasm in my own.I loved this course..Thanks to profesor Louis A. Bloomfield & University of Virginia For there great contribution.

MS

May 07, 2020

Mind blowing.. excellent study by Prof. Bloomfield. Hatsoff to you sir. Very excellent representation of physics concepts by taking interesting examples. Good Pesonalited Professor i have ever seen .

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por Bellam J B

Aug 01, 2020

Learnt most of known things in a new way. Demonstrations are very much useful to understand the concepts.

por Kimberly L

Apr 16, 2019

Lou was great! He really broke things down so you could understand them and have fantastic visual aides.

por Graham R

Sep 01, 2018

A Great Course! This was the best, and the most challenging Physics course I have taken in a long time.

por Carl C

Jul 20, 2016

Funny and engaging instructor breaking down the basics of physics in a simple and easy to understand way!

por Abhirami P A

May 18, 2020

really excellent professor.His enthusiasm makes the listener want to learn topics that he is explaining.

por Nora D

Jun 06, 2019

Very well presented and easy to understand with the right amount of work to support the taught concepts.

por neil h

Dec 10, 2017

Very well presented, I now feel I have a richer understanding of fundamental classical physics concepts.

por Сергеева З В

Nov 13, 2016

Amazing course that easily deals with the most recondite topics for the beginners! I loved it immensely!

por Paul C P G

Aug 16, 2015

Interesante y didáctica forma de abordar los fundamentos de mecánica, en particular fuerza y movimiento

por Khushl V

May 23, 2020

It was an amazing course. Physics never felt so easy and fun ever before. Do I need to say further????

por LUNG K H

Oct 02, 2016

Questions are good. But better put some pictures on it. Sometimes it is hard to imagine the situation.

por Pablo E G S

May 15, 2018

Its an excellent course, its very interactive, I enjoy learning with this course. Thank you for all!!

por Adeel N

May 25, 2020

It was very Educational and informative. We are also looking forward to your next season. Thank you.

por Victoria

Jul 19, 2019

Great fun, I really appreciate the enthusiasm and engaging teaching style of Professor Bloomfield!

por KIRAN K

Aug 16, 2015

This course helps me to understand the physics concepts . It created a positive impact in my life.

por darshan s

Jul 29, 2020

It was amazing learning experience and by giving a practical example it was easy to understand...

por Singh K S

May 17, 2020

The lectures were awesome....

Videos were worth of it. Thanks to the University for conducting it.

por Maria M

Aug 02, 2017

The professor was very easy going and made sure the topics were easy to follow and understandable

por Kamila M

Nov 21, 2016

Great course, lots of practice and laughs! Proffesor Bloomfield is a remarkable teacher. Cheers!

por P R S

Sep 10, 2015

It is an awesome course.. :) Every basic physics concept explained using real life examples.. :)

por Esther U

Aug 05, 2020

I loved this course. It was informative and easy to understand as well. It was also interesting

por Mohamed E S

Aug 04, 2020

it was an excellent course , I really enjoyed taking this course

Tanks ,lou for this great work

por Simran G

Jul 05, 2020

Amazing teacher that makes the course so easy and fun to understand for this rising 8th grader!

por MAYANK D

Apr 29, 2020

It is a very useful tool to learn about some of the basic things which happen in our daily life

por Sena A

Oct 25, 2016

I loved this course very much. Mr.Louis is a great professor and I enjoy physics more than ever