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Physics I with Calculus

This course is a first step in the study of the classical foundation of physics: Newtonian mechanics. More generally, the course is designed to give practice in elementary mathematical modeling of natural phenomena and problem solving in the physical sciences. Students of this course will develop a basic understanding the Galilean concept of motion and Newton’s Laws of mechanics, and be able to apply them to solve problems relating to simple systems. Topics covered include motion in one to three dimensions, forces, Newton’s Laws, energy and momentum, circular motion, rigid body motion, statics, universal gravitation, and basic fluid mechanics.

  • Physics and Measurement
  • Motion in One Dimension
  • Vectors
  • Motion in Two Dimensions
  • The Laws of Motion
  • Circular Motion
  • Conservation of Energy in a System
  • Linear Momentum and Collisions
  • Rigid Body Rotation – Fixed Axis
  • Angular Momentum
  • Static Equilibrium and Elasticity
  • Universal Gravitation
  • Fluid Mechanics

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