Physics 1
TeachersNAKAMURA, ShinichiStaffInfo
Grade, SemesterYear 1 2nd semest [Department of Information and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering]
CategoryBasic Major Subjects
Elective, CreditsRequisites 2credit
 Syllabus Number3F131

Course Description

Learn about stationary dynamics, Newton's law of movement, action / reaction, speed and speed, free fall and parabolic movement, momentum, energy, work and work rate.
By following the textbook, I will explain the details and show concrete calculations. Do exercises every time and increase your understanding. The exercise is active learning, so students can consult with each other and discuss to solve them.
Each lecture will be given by chalk talks for the first hour or so and exercises for the rest of the time.
In this lesson, you will acquire knowledge about DP3.

Course Objectives

The objective of this course is to be able to understand the field of physics mechanics. We will learn about the position, velocity, acceleration of objects, and exercise when the force is applied to objects.

Grading Policy

Grades will be evaluated only by the results of the final exams. However, when exercises are given as supplements etc., report points may be added to the submitter.
Each exercise and answer will be posted on the homepage. By reviewing each page on the homepage, you can feed back your learning outcomes.

Textbook and Reference

TextbookBasic PhysicsYasuo HaraAcademic Book Publisher, ISBN 978-4-7806-0660-7
TextbookAnother textbook can be used equivalent to "Basic Physics".


Please read the dynamics, rotational motion, rigid body parts of the specified textbook (or equivalent textbook) in advance about 1.5 hours as preliminary study. Master the math necessary for understanding.
As a review, for 1.5 hours, please answer every exercise question and study further about the related part of the textbook.


Please bring a scientific calculator every time for exercises.
In some cases, OHP, VTR, DVD, etc. will be used in combination.
We will use the homepage by placing exercises.


1Vector (1) Cartesian coordinate system and vector
2Vector (2) Scalar product, vector product
3Basic of mechanics (1) Force
4Basic of mechanics (2) How to express movement
5Basic of dynamics (3) Free falling movement and vertical throwing up
6Basic of dynamics (4) Law of movement
7Basic of mechanics (5) Constant velocity circular motion
8Force and motion (1) Parabolic movement
9Force and motion (2) Fall of raindrops
10Force and motion (3) Single vibration
11Force and motion (4) Single pendulum
12Force and motion (5) Work and energy
13Force and motion (6) Momentum
14Force and motion (7) Inertial force
15Final exams, summary