### Lecture Description

In this video lecture, Professor Jerzy Wrobel talks about applicability of Newtons second law of motion versus the work energy theorem. He also shows the relationship between potential energy and conservative force.

### Course Index

- Course Syllabus
- Introduction to Physics
- Scalar Quantities
- Area, Volume & Density
- Vectors
- Scalar Product and Cartesian Coordinate System
- Vector Quantities
- Velocity and Acceleration
- Motion with Constant Velocity
- Motion with Constant Acceleration
- Inverse Relations
- Galilean Transformation
- Laws of Motion
- Laws of Motion
- Laws of Motion
- Laws of Motion
- Uniform Circular Motion
- Inertial Forces
- Inertial Forces
- Newton's Second Law in a Non-Inertial Reference Frame
- The Work-Energy Theorem (Part I)
- Lecture 22
- Mechanical Energy
- Applications of the Work-Energy Theorem
- Relation between Descriptions of Interaction and Descriptions of Motion
- Impulse-Momentum Theorem
- Conservation of Total Momentum
- Center of Mass
- Lecture 29
- Lecture 30
- Lecture 31
- Angular Momentum and Torque
- Center of Force and Rigid Body
- Lecture 35
- Lecture 37

### Course Description

Physics for Science and Engineering course is being offered by UMKC's Physics Department. In this course, UMKC Prof. Jerzy Wrobel gives 35 video lectures on the fundamental principles of physics. Lectures are based on the 8th edition of a textbook Physics for Scientists and Engineers authored R.A. Serway & J.W. Jewett, Jr. Topics discussed include Mechanics, Wave Motion, Sound, Heat and Thermodynamics.

**Original Course Name: **240 Physics For Science And Engineering I

**Textbook: **8th edition of a textbook Physics for Scientists and Engineers authored R.A. Serway & J.W. Jewett, Jr.

** CoRequisite: **Calculus, Physics 210 and Physics 220 or equivalent or consent of instructor.

**Offered:**Fall and Winter 2010