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Introduction to Physics (PHYS103)

Introduction. Basic Geometry. Applications using the mass-volume-density relationship. Standards and Units, Functions and their Graphical Properties, Solutions by Graphical Techniques for Algebraic and Mathematical Equations. Basic Trigonometry. Reference Frames and Graphical Representation of Uniform Motion, Vectors, Introduction to Vector Calculus, Motion in One Dimension, Motion in Two Dimensions, Motion in Three Dimension and Their Graphical Representations, Non-Uniform Motion, Relative Motion. Newtons Laws and Circular Motion. Application of Newton's Laws, Hooke's Law.

Credit: 3

Lecture Hour (hrs/week): 3

Lab (hrs/week): 1

Tutorial (hrs/week): 0

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