Chapter One
Introduction
Theories and Experiments
The goal of physics is to develop theories based on
experiments
A physical theory, usually expressed mathematically,
describes how a given system works
The theory makes predictions about how a system
sh

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COURSE SYLLABUS
1. Course Title
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DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
2. Course Description
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Differential Equations is a basic course designated

By using the free fall apparatus, we determine the equation of motion for a body starting from rest and
undergoing constant acceleration and also can be expressed as :
1
x= at 2
2
Where x is the distance of the ball/object traveled from its starting point

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Case 1
Health Chips, Inc.
Company Background
It was January 2016 when Mr. Robert de Hilo and his wife (Assunta) established a new business company
called Health Chips, Inc. This company will produce vegetable and spice chips ideal for snacks. The

Theory on Newtons 2nd law
Newton's second law states that the force applied to a body produces a proportional acceleration , the
relationship between the two is
Where 'F' is the force applied, 'm' is the mass of the body, and 'a' is the body's acceleratio

Problem Set Prelim Period
Calculus-Based Physics 1
^ ^ ^
i+
j + k . Derive a formula for (a)
x y z
A x i+
^ A y ^j+ A z k^ .
if A=
A , and (c) ( A)
1. The del operator is defined as
=
, (b)
A
2. To pass a physical education class at a university, a s

Chapter 5
Perception &
Consciousness
Perception
Is the process through which
sensations are organized and
interpreted, using knowledge and
understanding of the world, so that
they become meaningful experiences.
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Perception
It is not a passive process

FRICTION
De Lima, Waren D., Dizon, Keith Joseph T., Enerio, Wynclef H., Estoesta, Bea Mae M., Estoque, Rey
Martin G., Foronda, Marbenj P., Hittini, Haitham C.
Physics Department, Adamson University , Ermita Manila
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
THEORY
The force of

Vernier Caliper
TRIAL
Height (Outer)
Height (Inner)
1
2
3
4
Avg.
Volume (cm3)
Mass (g)
Experimental
Density (g/cm3)
Standard
Density(g/cm3)
6.4 cm
6.4 cm
6.4 cm
6.5 cm
6.425 cm
6.1 cm
6.1 cm
6.1 cm
6.2 cm
6.125 cm
12.66 cm 3
92.4 g
7.3 g/ cm 3
8.4 g/ cm 3

Chapter Nine
Solids and Fluids
1
States of Matter
Solid, liquid, gas
Predominate on Earth
Plasma
Predominates in the universe
This chapter introduces basic properties of
solids and liquids
Includes some properties of gases
Introduction
2
Solids
Hav

Chapter Ten
Thermal Physics
Thermal Physics
Thermal physics is the study of
Temperature
Heat
How these affect matter
Introduction
Thermal Physics, cont
Descriptions require definitions of
temperature, heat and internal energy
Heat leads to changes i

Chapter Eight
Rotational Equilibrium and
Rotational Dynamics
Application of Forces
The point of application of a force is important
This was ignored in treating objects as point
particles
The concepts of rotational equilibrium and
rotational dynamics a

Chapter Five
Energy
Forms of Energy
Mechanical
Focus for now
May be kinetic (associated with motion) or
potential (associated with position)
Chemical
Electromagnetic
Nuclear
Contained in mass
Introduction
Some Energy Considerations
Energy can be trans

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Chapter Seven
Rotational Motion and
The Law of Gravity
Chapter Seven
Rotational Motion and
The Law of Gravity
Rotational Motion
An important part of everyday life
Motion of the Earth
Rotating wheels
Angular motion
Expre

Chapter Four
The Laws of Motion
Classical Mechanics
Describes the relationship between the
motion of objects in our everyday world and
the forces acting on them
Conditions when Classical Mechanics does not
apply
Very tiny objects (< atomic sizes)
Obje

Chapter Three
Vectors and
Two-Dimensional Motion
Vectors and Motion
In one-dimensional motion, vectors were used
to a limited extent
For more complex motion, manipulating
vectors will be more important
Introduction
Vector vs. Scalar Review
All physical

Chapter Six
Momentum and Collisions
Collisions
Conservation of momentum allows complex
collision problems to be solved without
knowing about the forces involved
Information about the average force can be
derived
Introduction
Momentum
The linear momentu

Methodology in this experiment , we can calculate percentage error using the
informationintable.Usingaruler,firstmeasurethedimensionofthemetalcylinderand
sphere. Take five observation for each dimension, after that calculate the average
mean,averagedeviat