 # Modiwl BIC-0003:Maths 2 (Mechanics)

### Ffeithiau’r Modiwl

Rhedir gan Marketing: Bangor International College

10 Credyd neu 5 Credyd ECTS

Semester 1 a 2

Trefnydd: Mrs Laura McKenzie

### Amcanion cyffredinol

1) To introduce students from a range of backgrounds to the mathematical knowledge and aptitude that they will be expected to deploy and demonstrate in their study at undergraduate level 2) To ensure that students understand and can use appropriate mathematical language and understand mathematical notation, conventions and units 3) To introduce the relationships between forces, linear motion and energy and the conditions for the static equilibrium of a body 4) To prepare students for the deployment of mathematical applications in the fields of engineering and computer science

### Cynnwys cwrs

This module provides the appropriate foundation in mathematical skills to enable students to be successful as they proceed to their planned undergraduate studies in engineering or computer science. Many students will come from educational systems where there has been a strong emphasis placed on mathematics but it cannot be assumed that this will apply more generally. It is important therefore that the module ensures the strong level of mathematics required to cope with level 4 and beyond of their engineering or computer science first degree programme. The main topics covered are: Vectors: Introduction; Cartesian components and position vectors Forces and Equilibrium: Mathematical models; the action of forces; resultant forces; resolution into components; a particle in equilibrium Relative Motion: Velocity and acceleration as vectors; Relative velocity; relative displacement Newton’s Laws of Motion: Newton’s Laws; Applications; Connected particles; Related accelerations Friction – Hooke’s Law; The Law of friction; Motion on a rough surface; Equilibrium on a rough surface; Angle of friction; Hooke’s Law Work, Energy and Power: Work and kinetic energy; Conservation of mechanical energy; Work done by a variable force; Power

### Meini Prawf

#### da

Student has demonstrated sound, basic knowledge and technique in tackling many of the topics covered in the module and so shown clear suitability for undergraduate degree studies.

#### trothwy

Student has coped sufficiently well with some aspects of the module to achieve the minimum level of pass to allow progression onto an undergraduate degree programme.

#### ardderchog

Student has performed effectively in all aspects of the module and has demonstrated a high level of suitability for and can proceed with confidence to undergraduate degree studies.

1. Show that they recognise that mathematical models can be used to investigate physical events

2. Evaluate simple problems of relative motion

3. Make calculations in consistent units

4. Apply Newton’s Laws of Motion

5. Apply the relationships between distance and time for linear motion

6. Distinguish between scalar and vector quantities giving physical examples

7. Apply principles of static equilibrium including limiting equilibrium

### Dulliau asesu

class test 1 15
class test 2 15
final exam 70

Oriau
Practical classes and workshops 50
Private study 50

• Llythrennedd - Medrusrwydd mewn darllen ac ysgrifennu drwy amrywiaeth o gyfryngau
• Rhifedd - Medrusrwydd wrth ddefnyddio rhifau ar lefelau priodol o gywirdeb
• Hunanymwybyddiaeth & Ystyried - Bod yn ymwybodol o'ch cryfderau, gwendidau, nodau ac amcanion eich hun. Gallu adolygu ,cloriannu a myfyrio'n rheolaidd ar eich perfformiad eich hun ac eraill.

### Sgiliau pwnc penodol

• Demonstrate numeracy skills required as a basis for further studies in Economics, Financial Accounting and Management
• Develop an awareness of the relevance of physics and mathematics to the field of engineering
• Demonstrate numeracy skills required as a basis for future studies in Computing and Engineering programmes
• Demonstrate an understanding and ability to apply concepts, principles and theories underpinning physics, mathematics and computing to relevant situations