# Physics 50 Introduction to Mechanics

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1 Physics 50 Introduction to Mechanics Lana Sheridan De Anza College Jan 8, 2018

2 Overview of the Course Topics Kinematics. Describing motion of objects without regard to forces. Dynamics. Finding the evolution of a system by considering the forces acting on it. Purpose Prepare you to take Physics 4A, if you choose to. Learn basic physics principles and how to apply them.

3 Overview of the Course: Textbook Topics What we will cover Chapters 1-8(?) of the textbook, pretty much in order. Book Physics, 4th Edition, James S. Walker

4 Overview of the Course Other suggested books Conceptual Physics, any edition, Hewitt (not enough on its own) Holt, Physics, any edition. Giancoli, Physics: Principles with Applications, any edition.

5 Overview of the Course: Textbook Topics What we will cover units and measurement vectors kinematic motion in 1 & 2 dimensions projectile motion, circular motion relative motion forces Newton s Laws energy linear momentum, collisions (?)

6 Overview of the Course Should I take this course? You should if: You are somewhat new to physics. You enjoy math and problem solving. You are able to spend time out of class working through ideas on your own. You will ask questions when you don t understand something.

7 Overview of the Course Should I take this course? You should if: You are somewhat new to physics. You enjoy math and problem solving. You are able to spend time out of class working through ideas on your own. You will ask questions when you don t understand something. You should not if: You do not have at least 8 hours of time outside of class a week to dedicate to this class. (4 unit class)

8 Overview of the Course Evaluation Two midterm tests and a final exam. Quizzes. Some homework assignments. Other Assignments Uncollected homework problems from the textbook. (You still need to do them.) Read the textbook.

9 Overview of the Course Evaluation quizzes & incidental HW assignments 30% midterms Projected Grading Scheme: final 30% 96% 100% = A+ 90% 95% = A 88% 89% = A 86% 87% = B+ 78% 85% = B 76% 77% = B 74% 75% = C+ 65% 73% = C 54% 64% = D 0% 53% = F 40% (20% each)

10 Overview of the Course Note about presentation of work For each problem make sure your method is clear. If there is an equation or principle you are using, write it out at the start of your solution. Underline, box, highlight, or unambiguously emphasize the answer. If the reasoning is not clear, the answer is not correct. Give your answers to a reasonable number of significant figures.

11 Overview of the Course Note about presentation of work For each problem make sure your method is clear. If there is an equation or principle you are using, write it out at the start of your solution. Underline, box, highlight, or unambiguously emphasize the answer. If the reasoning is not clear, the answer is not correct. Give your answers to a reasonable number of significant figures. Even correct answers without clear, correct reasoning, will lose most of the possible points.

12 Resources Resources for when you have questions Me. You can me, ask me before or after class, or come to my office hours. Wed 11:30am-12:30pm; Fri 10:30-11:30am Each other. Work together! It will improve your understanding. The Math & Science Tutorial Center. Where to look for course materials Course Studio. My website on the De Anza Physics page. nebula2.deanza.edu/ lanasheridan/

13 Useful Survival Trick When you get stuck, use a search engine.

14 Overview of the Course Note about collected assignments If you cannot come to class on a due date, me the assignment and bring the hard copy to the next class. If you are ill, or will have a problem handing in an assignment on time, come talk to me before the due date.

15 Course Tool Nearpod Allows me to ask multiple choice questions or do surveys, and get real-time feedback. You can remain anonymous. You need a device connected to the internet. Two choices: 1 Install the Nearpod app OR 2 Go to Then: Enter the CODE.

16 Course Survey and Nearpod Trial Run 1 Why are you taking this course? A Because physics is interesting. B To prepare for Physics 4A, 2A, or another physics course. C Because I want to improve my English (science words) before taking harder courses. D Because I have to be here to get the course credit.

17 Course Survey and Nearpod Trial Run 2 How do you feel about math? A I m terrified of it. B I know some algebra, but I m not confident with it. C I am confident with algebra and trigonometry. D I am confident with algebra, trigonometry, and calculus.

18 Course Survey and Nearpod Trial Run 3 What is your previous physics experience? A This is my first physics course. B Physics 10. C High school physics course. D I ve taken a few physics courses.

19 Science Science is a process for reasoning about the natural world and making predictions for its behavior.

20 Scientific Statements A scientific fact or scientific statement must be quantitative and falsifiable. quantitiative able to be measured, precise falisifiable able to be proven wrong

21 The Scientific Method The process: 1 Ask a question. 2 Make a guess about the answer: a hypothesis 3 Make predictions based on the guess 4 Do experiments to confirm or disprove the guess IF the guess is wrong: go back to step 2. 5 If the guess is right, formulate it into the simplest possible rule.

22 What is Physics? Physics is the science of fundamental interactions of matter and energy.

23 What is Physics? Physics is the science of fundamental interactions of matter and energy. Physicists (and others who use physics) want to predict accurately how an object or collection of objects will behave when interacting. Why? to better understand the universe to build new kinds of technology (engines, electronics, imaging devices, mass manufacturing, energy sources) to build safer and more efficient infrastructure to go new places and explore to prepare for the future

24 Summary Overview of the course Science and the scientific method Physics Homework Get the textbook (James S. Walker, Physics ) Read chapter 1

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