*Conducted in terms:*2019/20_Z, 2020/21_Z, 2021/22_Z, 2022/23_Z

*ECTS credits:*5

*Language:*Polish

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# Physics I WM-CH-F1

1. The subject and methods of physics

2. Physics as natural science

3. The vectors and scalars in physics

4. Derivatives, integrals, and differential equations

5. Kinematics of the material point

6. Newton’s principles of dynamics

7. Dynamics of the material point

8. Dynamics of a system of point particles

9. Kepler’s laws

10. Galilean and Lorentz transformations

11. Special relativity

12. Relativistic mechanics

13. Kinematics and dynamics of a rigid body

14. Fluid mechanics

15. Importance of classical mechanics

## (in Polish) E-Learning

## (in Polish) Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczenianych

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## Learning outcomes

On successful completion of this course the student should know basic principles of classical mechanics related to Newton’s principles and the law of gravitation with application to simple physical systems, including rigid bodies and fluids. The student should grasp importance of relativistic mechanics. He should also be able to apply theoretical mechanics to solve the problems in nature.

## Assessment criteria

Understanding questions of classical mechanics and ability to solve practical problems proposed during the lectures and exercises.

## Bibliography

R. Resnick, D. Halliday, Physics, Part 1, John Wiley & Suns, New York, since 1960 many editions.

W. Moebs et al. (2018) Openstacks Katalyst Education

Polska, isbn 978-83-948838-1-2

R. P. Feynman, R. B. Leighton, M. Sands, The Feynman Lectures on Physics,

vol. 1, part 1, vol. 2 part 2 (sections 40, 41), Addison - Wesley, Reading 1963.

B. M. Jaworski, A. A. Dietław, Physics Encyclopedic Guide, Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, Warszawa 2000 (part I. Mechanics).

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