Problem Book

Derivatives examples and practice

Practice problem set I

Practice problem set II

Practice problem set III

Example of Lab Report

All problems below are given from Problem Book.

Topic 1: Units and conversion; problems (chapter.number) 1.19,23,27,28

Topic 2: Vectors; problems 3.15,18,28,31

Topic 3: Mechanical motion; problems 2.2,4,17,18;3.7

Topic 4: Simple types of mechanical motion; problems 2.5,22,29;4.13,20

Topic 5: Causes of mechanical motion, forces and Newton's laws; problems 5.1,3,15,20,29

Topic 6: Properties of some common forces; problems 5.40,41,49;12.25,26

Topic 6: Properties of some common forces; problems 5.40,41,49;12.25,26

Topic 7: Free body diagrams; problems 5.32,37,44,58,64,72

Topic 8: Work and Energy; problems 7.15,20,27,33; 8.12,13,39,57

Topic 9: Laws of conservation; problems 9.6,17,21; 11.34,35,38

Topic 10: Dynamics of rotational motion; problems 10.1,12,13,33,43,47,65

Topic 11: Rolling motion; problems 11.1,2,6,47

- week 1: Introduction to the subject of physics and quantitative approach.
- week 2: Basics of vector calculus.
- week 3: Properties of simple mechanical motion.
- week 4: Simple uniform, uniformly accelerated, and circular motion.
- week 5: Causes of mechanical motion and forces, Newton's laws.
- week 6: The properties of friction force, elastic force; non-inertial forces.
- week 7: Solving the motion of bodies, free-body diagrams, motion of a box on an inclined surface; motion of celestial bodies, Kepler laws, the law of universal gravitation of Newton.
- week 8: MIDTERM
- week 9: Mechanical work and energy, calculatign work and energy, conservation of energy and momentum in mechanical motion.
- week 10: Application of work and energy in solving the motion of bodies; elastic and inelastic collisions in 2D. Introduction to rotational motion, angular quantities.
- week 11: Causes of change in rotational motion, torque and moment of inertia; parallel axis theorem; angular momentum.
- week 12: Rolling motion, rolling of a ball down an inclined surface; method of fixed axis. Kinetic energy in rolling motion and energy conservation.
- week 13: Simple oscillatory motion, motion of mathematical and physical pendulum. Forced oscillations.
- week 14: Simple wave motion, transversal and longitudinal waves, wave front, wave superposition, interference.
- FINAL EXAM

- quantitative measurements, physical quantities, units;
- vectors and operations with with vectors;
- kinematics of mechanical motion and simple mechanical motions;
- dynamics of mechanical motion, Newton’s laws, forces and momentum;
- solving dynamical motion using forces and Newton's laws;
- rotational motion, angular momentum and torque, rolling;
- conservation laws for energy, linear, and angular momentum and their applications;
- oscillatory and wave motion, forced oscillations and resonance, properties of waves, superposition of waves and interference.