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For your final project, you will choose a topic from Unit 3 and explain it tosom
For your final project, you will choose a topic from Unit 3 and explain it tosomeone who does not have a background in physics. Your explanation will take the form of a five-page paper. Possible topics: X-ray imaging Magnetic Resonance Imaging Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging Targeted Radiation Therapy Nuclear Tracers (Medicine or Environment) Nuclear Power Generation and Waste Disposal Remote Sensing using Non-visible Bands You will be graded according to the content, analysis, and style of your presentation or paper. Content: 50% Part 1: The background information You should begin your paper by giving your audience some background information about your topic. Remember, you should assume that your readers have almost no knowledge of this topic, or physics in general. As you begin to explain the topic, keep these questions in mind: Why did you choose this topic? How it relevant to your field of study or work? Is it a science topic that you have been interested in before this course, or were introduced to it in this course? For a written explanation, please spend less than one page on background. Part 2: The explanation Explain the physics concept at the level that a classmate or colleague can understand without having taken the course or having access to your textbook. Use clear and concise language. Avoid jargon. You may need to provide descriptions of ideas or concepts to support your topic. You should include references to outside sources used in your presentation. This is easy to do in a written report. In the audio or video presentation, include verbal references to outside sources (e.g. "in a book by A. Einstein…") and provide references either in a written sheet, slide, or full audio annotation at the end of an audio presentation. When you cite sources, please use AMA style. The explanation of the topic should be between 1 and 3 written pages or equivalently 1 to 3 minutes of audio or video presentation. Analysis: 40% (40% of the project grade) Evaluate the relevance of the topic to our understanding of physics. Some questions to consider covering in your paper/presentation: How does this topic have practical application in society? How does it lead to other fundamental concepts? Do you foresee any future concepts or technologies being developed from this topic? The analysis of topic should be between 1 and 2 written pages or equivalently 1 to 2 minutes of audio or video presentation. Grammar/Style/Production Quality: 10% Your written or spoken delivery should be clear and professional. Use correct grammar and follow the AMA style guidelines in your citations. For help with citations, please visit the UNE library. Tips on Creating Audio or Video Presentations

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