Translational Motion, Forces, Work, Energy, and Equilibrium

Translational Motion, Forces, Work, Energy, and Equilibrium

by Jared Rovny

This course covers the material of content category 4A of the official MCAT exam content outline.

Energy is an ever-changing component of our universe, being in continuous shift and exchange. Forces can be described as an exchange of energy between objects when they interact, opening the door for other concepts like work and motion. In order to grasp the complexity of energy exchanges within the human body, as well as the characteristics of motion via bipedal locomotion (walking), a good grasp of Newtonian physics is required.

In this course, students will be introduced to the basics of translational motion, forces, work, energy, and equilibrium. For optimal comprehension, students are required to have a college-level understanding of physics, chemistry, and calculus.

Course Details

  • Videos 58
  • Duration 5:39 h
  • Quiz questions 180
  • Concept Pages 7

Content

Your Educators of course Translational Motion, Forces, Work, Energy, and Equilibrium

 Jared Rovny

Jared Rovny

Dr. Jared Rovny has been a Lecturer at Yale University in Connecticut, USA since 2013.
He obtained his PhD in Physics from Yale University in 2019. He was awarded the D. Allan Bromley Graduate Fellowship in Physics in 2019 and the Princeton Quantum Institute Postdoctoral Fellow in 2020.
Currently, he works with Yale's Center for Teaching and Learning at Yale University.
Due to his achievements, he earned the Yale College Prize Teaching Fellowship for his work in PHYS 171 (University Physics for the Life Sciences).
Within Lecturio, Dr. Rovny teaches courses on Physics.


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The material is accessible and very well thought out. Thank you for this resource.
By Kenneth A. on 11. August 2022 for Work

The material is accessible and very well thought out. Thank you for this resource. Imagine if we can have clinical material as well for Years 3, 4, 5, and 6 that would be awesome!

 
enjoyed it!
By nia d. on 27. July 2022 for Force

Jared taught a very difficult subject with simple examples to illustrate the concepts.

 
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By Antonio M. on 15. March 2022 for Force

I am engineer I have studied this long time ago I was also University Professor 7 years I do know how to recognise a good teacher when I see one He is really good

 
Very nice
By Neuer N. on 12. October 2021 for Projectile Motion: Example Part 1

Very good explanation. I thank Lecturio for making this true.