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AS Level Mechanics

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1. Mathematical

Modelling

Use of assumptions in simplifying reality.

Mathematical analysis of models.

Interpretation and validity of models. This includes

commenting on the modelling assumptions made

when using the terms such as particle, light,

inextensible string, smooth surface and motion

under gravity.

Refinement and extension of models.

2. Kinematics in 1

and 2

Dimensions

Displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration.

Understanding the difference between

displacement and distance.

Sketching and interpreting kinematics graphs, and

use the gradient and area under graphs to solve

problems.

Use the constant acceleration equations.

Vertical motions under gravity.

Average speed and average velocity.

Application of vectors in 2D to represent position

velocity or acceleration.

Use of unit vectors i and j

Magnitude and direction of quantities represented

by a vector.

Finding position, velocity, speed and acceleration

of a particle moving in 2D with constant

acceleration.

Problems involving resultant velocities, including

solution using either vectors or vector triangles.

3. Static and

Forces

Drawing force diagrams, identifying forces present

and clearly labelling diagrams.

Force of gravity.

Friction, limiting friction, coefficient of friction and

the relationship of .

Normal reaction forces.

Tensions in strings and rods, thrust in rods.

Modelling forces as vectors. Only in 2D

Finding the resultant force acting on a particle.

Knowledge that the resultant force is zero if the

body is in equilibrium. This is used to find

unknown forces on a body at rest.

4. Momentum Concept of momentum.

The principle conservation of momentum applied

to 2 particles.

5. Newtons Laws

of Motion

Newtons 3 laws of motion in 1D and 2D.

Simple applications of the above to the linear

motion of a particle of constant mass. Including

particles moving up or down an inclined plane.

Use of as a model for dynamic friction.

6. Connected

Particles

Connected particle problems that include:

o 2 particles connected by a light inextensible

string passing over a smooth fixed peg

o Car and a trailer etc.

7. Projectiles Motion of a particle under gravity in 2D and be

aware of any assumptions you make.

Calculate the range, time of a flight and maximum

height. Also the initial speed or angles of the

projectile.

Modification of equations to take account of the

height of release.

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