Mechanics, Part 2
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Learn the physics of how things move with this calculus-based course in Mechanics! PHYS101x serves as an introduction to mechanics following a standard first semester university physics course. This course teaches fundamental concepts and mathematical problem solving required for all STEM fields. It serves learners as valuable preparation for the equivalent on-campus course, or as supplementary material.
Part 1 covers translational motion:
Newton’s Laws of Motion
Conservation of Energy
Momentum and Collisions
Part 2 continues with rotational motion.
Statics and Elasticity
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Rotational Motion, Angular Momentum, Statics and Elasticity, Gravitation, How to apply vector analysis and calculus to solve physics problems
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“Best physics course I have ever taken. Intuitive, yet rigorous coverage of all materials. Homework difficulty was just right and fills any gap in concepts.”