Functional Physics

This course is part of Functional Physics

Course Overview

This course demonstrates understanding and application of essential physics topics such
as: Physics and measurements, motion in one dimension, vectors, motion in two
dimensions, the laws of motion, forces and motion, applications of Newton’s laws
(projectile, angular velocity, etc.), energy of a system, static equilibrium, and electricity

Learning Outcomes

Solve kinematic problems involving motion of a point particle in oneand two-dimensions including vector operations (Knowledge, understanding, and competencies) Formulate and apply Newton’s laws that govern the mechanics of a point particle and solving related problems (Knowledge,understanding, and competencies) Use the work-energy approach to solve dynamics problems and apply basic understanding of statics to simple particles and structures. (Knowledge, understanding, and competencies) Learning and applying Coulomb's law, the concept of potential difference and potential energy, current and resistance, and origins of the magnetic field and its calculations. (Knowledge, understanding)
Welcome to Fundamentals of Physics
Physics and Measurements
Motion in One Dimension
Motion in Two Dimensions
The Laws of Motion
Work and Energy
Center of Mass and Torque
Static Equilibrium
Coulomb's Law and Electric Field
Electric Potential