1.

Measure the basic physical quantities of the metric system. (I)

2.

Identify the basic unit of the metric system for the various physical
quantities. (I)

3.

Apply the laws of graphical vector addition and resolution. (II)

4.

Compute the sum of vector quantities by vector resolution and
composition. (II)

5.

Compute the motion of particles under constant or zero acceleration.
(III, IV)

6.

Describe and compute the motion of a projectile. (IV)

7.

Apply Newton's second law to a wide variety of problems. (V)

8.

Differentiate between the quantities of weight and mass. (V)

9.

Apply the concept of torque to the solution of problems involving
rigid body equilibrium. (VI)

10.

Explain the meaning of the three basic forms of energy. (VII)

11.

Apply the workenergy principle to describe the motion of particles.
(VII)

12.

Apply the principles of conservation of momentum in the solution of
explosion and collision problems. (VIII)

13.

Compute the motion of rotating objects under the action of constant
torque. (IX)

14.

Identify and describe the various elastic moduli. (X)

15.

Apply Archimedes' Principle in the solution of buoyancy problems. (XI)

16.

Differentiate between transverse and longitudinal waves. (XII)

17.

Apply the principles of simple harmonic motion to describe the motion
of a simple pendulum or vibrating mass. (XII)

18.

Describe the effect of interference to produce standing waves and
resonance with sound waves. (XIII)

19.

Differentiate between the concepts of heat and temperature. (XIV)

20.

Measure the heat characteristics of matter using the principles of
calorimetry. (XIV)

21.

Differentiate between the three phases of matter using a kinetic
model. (XV)

22.

Identify the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics. (XVI)

