CU-PHYS 2210: Classical Mechanics and Mathematical Methods 1 Collection home page
Theoretical Newtonian mechanics, including position and velocity dependent forces, oscillation, stability, non-inertial frames and gravitation from extended bodies. Ordinary differential equations, vector algebra, curvilinear coordinates, complex numbers, and Fourier series will be introduced in the context of the mechanics.
The full set of course materials is available via CU Boulder's SEI site for this course: https://www.colorado.edu/sei/departments/physics/activities/courses/classical-mechanicsmath-methods-icourse-materials
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|Resources||List of Physics course resources at CU Boulder||Data Analysis; Electricity and Magnetism; Laboratory; Mechanics; Modern Physics; Relatively; Research Projects and Methods; Scientific Communication; Teaching STEM||Various, CUSEI||2019||Open|