Lecture 1: Describing Motion
Motivation:
Relevant to driving a car, riding a bicycle etc.
Build mathematical foundation for further study of motion and mechanics
Objectives:
Learn definitions, both numerically and graphically, of displacement, aver
Lecture 4: Vectors
Motivation:
Building the mathematical foundations for the study of motion in 2 or 3 dimensions (e.g., projectiles, orbits, pendulums etc.)
Objectives:
Describe vector quantities from two complementary perspectives: (1) magnitude a
Lecture 7: Examples of Projectile Motion
Motivation:
Solutions of real-world problems in projectile motion
Objectives:
Map out an efficient strategy for solving projectile motion questions
Apply the basic equations of projectile motion to word prob
Lecture 6: 2D Motion and Projectiles
Motivation:
Relevant to motion of any projectiles (e.g., arrows, footballs)
Building mathematical foundation for the study of 2D and 3D motion
Objectives:
Learn how to find motion vectors (e.g. displacement, vel
Lecture 5: Vector Algebra
Motivation:
Relevant to motion containing arbitrary changes in direction
Building mathematical foundation for the study of 2D and 3D motion
Objectives:
Learn how to perform algebraic operations with vectors and scalars
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