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1 | The student will be able to describe and explain both qualitatively and quantitatively the definitions and relationships of Dynamics. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

2 | The student will be able to use the definitions and relationships of Dynamics to ask and answer qualitative and quantitative Dynamics questions. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

3 | The student will be able to use the definitions and relationships of Dynamics and the general problem solving procedure to solve Dynamics problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

4 | The student will be able to state and use the definitions of measurement, standard, dimensions and units. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

5 | The student will be able to state and use SI units for amounts of space, time, matter, and energy | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

6 | The student will be able to use the definitions of measurement, standard, dimensions, and units to ask and answer qualitative and quantitative questions about space, time, matter and energy. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

7 | The student will be able to use the definitions of measurement, standard, dimensions, and units and the general problem solving procedure to solve measurement, standard, dimensions, and units problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

8 | The student will be able to state and use the definitions of scalar and vector both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

9 | The student will be able to multiply scalars and vectors and describe qualitatively and quantitatively the results of this multiplication. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

10 | The student will be able to state both qualitatively and quantitatively the definitions of component vector, resultant vector, unit vector, and rectangular components. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

11 | The student will be able to use the definitions of component vector, resultant vector, unit vector, and rectangular components to ask and answer qualitative and quantitative questions about the size and direction of any vector. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

12 | The student will be able to use the size and direction of any vector to find the vector’s rectangular components. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

13 | The student will be able to use the rectangular components of any vector to find the vector’s size and direction. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

14 | The student will be able to represent any vector using the unit vectors and the rectangular components of the vector. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

15 | The student will be able to use the rectangular components of vectors to find the rectangular components of the resultant vector of two or more vectors. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

16 | The student will be able to define both qualitatively and quantitatively the scalar dot product of two vectors. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

17 | The student will be able to use the definition of the scalar product of two vectors to find the value produced when two vectors are multiplied to produce a scalar. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

18 | The student will be able to define both qualitatively and quantitatively the vector cross product of two vectors. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

19 | The student will be able to use the definition of the vector cross product of two vectors to find the vector produced when two vectors are multiplied to produce a third vector. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

20 | The student will be able to state both qualitatively and quantitatively the definitions of position, velocity, and acceleration of an object in translational motion with respect to a fixed reference point. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

21 | The student will be able to use the definitions of position, velocity, and acceleration of an object to qualitatively and quantitatively describe any translational motion. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

22 | The student will be able to use the definitions of position, velocity, and acceleration and their rectangular components to solve rectilinear and curvilinear translational motion problems using a fixed reference point. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

23 | The student will be able to define the tangential and normal unit vectors and the tangential and normal components for the velocity and acceleration of an object's translational motion with respect to a reference point on the moving object. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

24 | The student will be able to use the tangential and normal unit vectors and the tangential and normal components to describe the velocity and acceleration of an object with respect to a reference point on the moving object. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

25 | The student will be able to use the description of the velocity and acceleration with their tangential and normal components to solve curvilinear translational motion problems using a reference point moving with the object. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

26 | The student will be able to qualitatively and quantitatively state and use the definitions of relative position, relative velocity, and relative acceleration of any two objects in translational motion with respect to each other. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

27 | The student will be able to qualitatively and quantitatively describe the constraint relationships for two or more objects in dependent translational motion with respect to each other. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

28 | The student will be able to qualitatively and quantitatively ask and answer questions and solve problems using the relative motion and constraint relationships for two or more objects in dependent translational motion with respect to each other. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

29 | The student will be able to state and use the definition of force both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

30 | The student will be able to describe and use contact and non contact forces to ask and answer questions and solve problems . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

31 | The student will be able to describe friction and normal forces and their relationship both qualitatively and quantitatively to ask and answer questions and solve problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

32 | The student will be able to describe and draw free body diagrams showing all contact and non-contact forces acting on the body and use them to ask and answer questions and solve problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

33 | The student will be able to describe and use Newton’s First law for translational motion both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

34 | The student will be able to describe and use Newton’s Second law of translational motion both qualitatively and quantitatively to ask and answer questions and solve problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

35 | The student will be able to describe and use Newton’s Third law of action and reaction forces both qualitatively and quantitatively to ask and answer questions and solve problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

36 | The student will be able to describe and use Newton’s law of Universal Gravitation both qualitatively and quantitatively to ask and answer questions and solve problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

37 | The student will be able to define weight both qualitatively and quantitatively and use it to ask and answer questions and solve problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

38 | The student will be able to state the relationship between mass and weight both qualitatively and quantitatively and use it to ask and answer questions and solve problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

39 | The student will be able to use Newton's Laws to ask and answer qualitative and quantitative questions and solve problems which explain translational motion. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

40 | The student will be able to qualitatively and quantitatively state the causes for the position, velocity, and acceleration of an object using rectangular components and a fixed reference point and use them to ask and answer questions and solve problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

41 | The student will be able to qualitatively and quantitatively explain an object's velocity and acceleration using tangential and normal components and reference point on the moving object and use them to ask and answer questions and solve problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

42 | The student will be able to use the explanations for the position, velocity, and acceleration of an object to ask and answer qualitative and quantitative questions and solve problems involving translational motion. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

43 | The student will be able to describe the types of mechanical energy associated with translational motion. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

44 | The student will be able to state the definitions of work, kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy, elastic potential energy, and total mechanical energy both qualitatively and quantitatively . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

45 | The student will be able to define conservative and non conservative forces both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

46 | The student will be able to state the relationship among work, kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy, elastic potential energy, and total mechanical energy both qualitatively and quantitatively . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

47 | The student will be able to use the definitions of work, kinetic energy, potential energy, and total mechanical energy to ask and answer questions, and solve problems on the mechanical energy associated with Translational Motion. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

48 | The student will be able to use the relationships among work, kinetic energy, potential energy, and total mechanical energy to ask and answer questions, solve problems, and perform experiments on the mechanical energy associated with Translational Motion. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

49 | The student will be able to state and use the principle of conservation of mechanical energy to ask and answer questions, and solve problems both qualitatively and quantitatively | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

50 | The student will be able to state the definitions of linear momentum and linear impulse both qualitatively and quantitatively . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

51 | The student will be able to state the relationship between linear impulse and linear momentum both qualitatively and quantitatively . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

52 | The student will be able to use the definitions of linear momentum, linear impulse and the relationship between linear impulse and linear momentum to ask and answer questions, and solve problems both qualitatively and quantitatively . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

53 | The student will be able to state and use the principle of conservation of linear momentum to qualitatively and quantitatively ask and answer questions, and solve problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

54 | The student will be able to describe and explain both qualitatively and quantitatively the translational and rotational motion of rigid bodies. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

55 | The student will be able to state both qualitatively and quantitatively the definitions of angular position, angular velocity, and angular acceleration of an object in rotational motion. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

56 | The student will be able to use the definitions of of angular position, angular velocity, and angular acceleration of an object to qualitatively and quantitatively describe any rotational motion. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

57 | The student will be able to use the definitions of of angular position, angular velocity, and angular acceleration to solve rotational motion problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

58 | The student will be able to state the definition of moment both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

59 | The student will be able to describe and draw free body diagrams showing all moments and contact and non-contact forces acting on the body. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

60 | The student will be able to describe Newton’s First law for rotational motion both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

61 | The student will be able to describe Newton’s Second law of rotational motion both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

62 | The student will be able to describe Newton’s Third law of action and reaction moments both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

63 | The student will be able to state and use the definition of moment of inertia qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

64 | The student will be able to state and explain both qualitatively and quantitatively the causes of the angular position, angular velocity, and angular acceleration of an object. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

65 | The student will be able to use the descriptions and explanations of translational and angular motion to ask and answer qualitative and quantitative questions, and solve problems on the motion of rigid bodies. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

66 | The student will be able to qualitatively and quantitatively use the definitions and relationships of pure translational motion, pure rotational motion, and relative motion of rigid bodies to ask and answer questions and solve rigid body motion problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

67 | The student will be able to use both Velocity Analysis and Acceleration Analysis to qualitatively and quantitatively describe and explain the relative motion of rigid bodies. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

68 | The student will be able to qualitatively and quantitatively ask and answer questions and solve problems on the constrained relative motion of rigid bodies using both Velocity Analysis and Acceleration Analysis. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

69 | The student will be able to describe the types of mechanical energy associated with the motion or rigid bodies. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

70 | The student will be able to state the definitions of rotational work, rotational kinetic energy, and rotational elastic potential energy both qualitatively and quantitatively . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

71 | The student will be able to define conservative and non conservative moments both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

72 | The student will be able to use the relationships among rotational work, rotational kinetic energy, rotational elastic potential energy, and total mechanical energy both qualitatively and quantitatively . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

73 | The student will be able to use the principle of work and energy for combined translational and rotational motion to ask and answer questions, and solve problems on rigid body motion. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

74 | The student will be able to state the definitions of angular momentum and angular impulse both qualitatively and quantitatively . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

75 | The student will be able to use the descriptions and explanations of translational and angular impulse and momentum to ask and answer qualitative and quantitative questions, and solve problems on the motion of rigid bodies. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

76 | The student will be able to state the definitions of angular impulse and angular momentum both qualitatively and quantitatively . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

77 | The student will be able to state the principles of angular impulse and angular momentum both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

78 | The student will be able to state the principle of conservation of angular momentum both qualitatively and quantitatively . | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

79 | The student will be able to use angular momentum, angular impulse and the relationship between angular impulse and angular momentum to qualitatively and quantitatively ask and answer questions, and solve rigid body motion problems. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |

80 | The student will be able to state and use the principle of conservation of angular momentum to ask and answer questions, and solve rigid body moiton problems both qualitatively and quantitatively. | Lectures, Demonstrations, Discussions, and Practicing Problem Solving | Answers to Questions on Quizzes and Tests and Analysis and Solutions of Test Problems |