Introduction to Mechanics Specialization

This specialization is for learners who are interested in first-year, university-level physics. Through three courses, you will gain a foundation in mechanics including motion, forces, energy, momentum, rotational motion, and gravitation. With 100 brief lectures and over 100 problems, this comprehensive specialization is similar in detail and rigor to what is taught in on-campus courses. It will thoroughly prepare learners for their upcoming introductory physics courses, or more advanced studies.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- How to describe motion graphically mathematically.
- The nature of forces and how they influence motion.
- How to use energy and momentum to solve mechanics problems.
- Interactions and energies of gravitational interactions.

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This course serves as an introduction to the physics of rotational motion and gravitation. Upon completion, learners will have an understanding of how mathematical laws and conservation principles describe the motions and interactions of objects all around us. They will gain experience in solving physics problems with [...]
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