Rice University
Physics 101 - Forces and Kinematics
Rice University

Physics 101 - Forces and Kinematics

This course is part of Introduction to Mechanics Specialization

Taught in English

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Jason Hafner

Instructor: Jason Hafner

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29 hours (approximately)
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What you'll learn

  • Learners will be prepared to critically evaluate real-world data and information regarding motion.

  • Learners can apply mathematical laws to the motions of objects under a variety of physical circumstances.

  • Learners will be prepared for more advanced courses in physics.

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Gain insight into a topic and learn the fundamentals

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Intermediate level

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29 hours (approximately)
Flexible schedule
Learn at your own pace

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There are 4 modules in this course

Here you will be introduced to the course (Section 0), and then we will cover the concepts you need for mathematical and graphical descriptions of uniform and accelerated motion in one dimension.

What's included

21 videos5 readings13 quizzes

The application of kinematics to motion in two dimensions, including practice with vector analysis.

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21 videos4 readings11 quizzes

How forces affect motion, and the nature of several common forces in mechanics: gravitational, normal, friction, damping, tension, and fictitious.

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21 videos3 readings19 quizzes

This module contains the exam that covers Forces and Kinematics. The style is very similar to the homework problems sets, except you must complete it on your own.

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1 video1 quiz

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Jason Hafner
Rice University
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