Basic Physics
Teachers OGAWA, Hitoshi Year 1　2nd semest [General Basic Subjects] Remedial Subject Elective　2credit 0L192

#### Course Description

Velocity and acceleration, free fall and parabolic movement, force and equilibrium of forces, the laws of motion, conservation of momentum and collision, work and power, mechanical energy, uniform circular motion , density, pressure, and the nature of the wave
This class is designed to achieve logical, critical and active manners based on the Educational Goals 2.

#### Course Objectives

As the introduction to physics, you take up the dynamics, which is one of the fields of physics understand the close relationship between the motion and the force.
Furthermore, through doing practices, you will be able to solve realistic problems.

Evaluated by a midterm examination, a term-end examination (80%), the result of small tests and the assignments(20%).
Students are allowed to bring an electronic calculator.

#### Textbook and Reference

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Textbook
Handouts as teaching materials will be given during lessons.
The reference book : The textbook in the high school-- Physical basics, Physics (Old course Physics I, Physics II)
References

#### Requirements(Assignments)

It is convenient if you have a function calculator.

#### Schedule

1fundamental unit, conversion of units

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2velocity and acceleration

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3motion of falling body

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4uniform circular motion

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5force and equilibrium

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6law of motion

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8summary of the former half and the midterm exam

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9momentum and impulse

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10momentum conservation and coefficient of restitution

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11work and energy

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12conservation law of mechanical energy

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13nature of the wave (1)

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14nature of the wave (2)

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15summary of the latter half and the final exam

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