The course offers exercises related to the contents of Fundamentals of Mechanics 1 and 2.
Students solve given problems and present their answers. This will allow them to understand mechanics and prepare them to solve more general problems in physics.
By completing this course, students will be able to:
1) Find mathematical solutions to problems in mechanics and explain the physical meanings of said solutions.
2) Acquire methods and approaches to solve more general problems in physics.
particles, system of particles, rigid bodies, Newton’s laws of motion, conservation of momentum, conservation of energy, conservation of angular momentum, moment of inertia, inertial force
Specialist skills | ✔ Intercultural skills | ✔ Communication skills | Critical thinking skills | Practical and/or problem-solving skills |
This course is conducted every two weeks alternately with Physics Experiment I. Students solve given problems and explain their answers.
Course schedule | Required learning | |
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Class 1 | Guidance of the course | |
Class 2 | Exercises related to the contents of classes 1 to 3 of Fundamentals of Mechanics 1. | Solve all the problems and present your answers. |
Class 3 | Exercises related to the contents of classes 3 to 5 of Fundamentals of Mechanics 1. | Solve all the problems and present your answers. |
Class 4 | Exercises related to the contents of classes 5 and 7 of Fundamentals of Mechanics 1. | Solve all the problems and present your answers. |
Class 5 | Exercises related to the contents of classes 1 to 3 of Fundamentals of Mechanics 2. | Solve all the problems and present your answers. |
Class 6 | Exercises related to the contents of classes 3 to 5 of Fundamentals of Mechanics 2. | Solve all the problems and present your answers. |
Class 7 | Exercises related to the contents of classes 5 to 7 of Fundamentals of Mechanics 2. | Solve all the problems and present your answers. |
As specified in the lecture class.
As specified in the lecture class.
Learning achievement is evaluated by student's class performance, reports, and attendance.
No prerequisites.
Before coming to class, students should read the course schedule and check what topics will be covered. Required learning should be completed outside of the classroom for preparation and review purposes.