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Titre: L1 Physics lectures Basics in Physics ( Mechanics)
Auteur(s): Dalila, Belhassena
Mots-clés: Measurements
One-dimensional Kinematics
Two dimension Kinematics
Introduction to Dynamics with Newton’s Laws of Motion
Further Applications of Newton’s Laws
Introduction to oscillatory systems and waves
Date de publication: 7-Mar-2023
Editeur: University of Sciences and Technology of Oran
Résumé: Physics can be defined as the science that deals with matter, energy, motion and force. It studies the fundamental building blocks of the universe and how they interact. It seeks answers to such fundamental questions as: What kind of world do we live in? How does it work? What are the fundamental laws of nature? Thus, physics is the basic science from which all others have derived. Transistors, microchips, lasers, computers, telecommunications, nuclear power and space travel are among the many applications of physics that are so pervasive in our times. In our daily newspaper or weekly magazine, we often find articles that attempt to explain to a lay public a variety of topics related to physics. These might be sophisticated experiments on fundamental particles of matter; space probes and their missions; discoveries of astronomy in very remote regions of space; exotic new theories on the nature of matter, or the universe as a whole. In these chapters, we will begin to explore physics and leading up through a review of Sir Isaac Newton and the laws of physics that bear his name. We will also be introduced to the standards scientists use when they study physical quantities and the interrelated system of measurements most of the scientific community uses to communicate in a single mathematical language. Study the limits of our ability to be accurate and precise, and the reasons scientists go to painstaking lengths to be as clear as possible regarding their own limitations. Finally, we will study extensions of the application of Newton’s laws in everyday life.
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