The
learner will be able to define, distinguish, and relate the concepts of
displacement, velocity, and acceleration.
The
learner will be able to apply and understand the equations of kinematics.
The
learner will be able to use graphs to analyze linear motion.
The
learner will be able to solve problems related to real world applications
of kinematics.
The
learner will be able to distinguish between vectors and scalars and perform
basic operations involving each.
The
learner will be able to analyze projectile motion with the aide of vector
components.
The
learner will be able to solve problems involving relative motion.
The
learner will be able to state and understand Newton's laws of
motion and use the related concepts of force and mass.
The
learner will be able to draw Free Body Diagrams in a variety of situations
involving force such as weight, friction, tension, normal, etc.
The
learner will be able to solve statics and dynamics
problems with one or more objects with forces in multiple dimensions.
The
learner will be able to use concepts of circular motion to solve problems
involving centripetal acceleration.
The
learner will be able to understand Newton's
Universal Law of Gravitation and how it applies to situations such as
satellites in orbit.
The
learner will be able to define work.
The
learner will be able to apply the workenergy theorems to solve problems.
The
learner will be able to use conservation of energy in a variety of
applications.
The
learner will be able to define momentum and impulse.
The
learner will be able to analyze elastic and inelastic collisions in
multiple dimensions using the principle of conservation of momentum.
The
learner will be able to define torque and apply this concept to statics problems.
The
learner will be able to explain simple harmonic motion.
The
learner will be able to use energy and dynamical considerations to describe
and calculate periodic motion.
