This course is a follow-up of a secondary school course of physics and it aims to reduce the differences in students' initial knowledge of physics and thus put the base for further study of more advanced disciplines of physics and physico-chemical topics.
At the end of the course students will be able
1. To apply the basic usage of advanced mathematics in natural sciences.
2. To understand fundamental physical terms and laws.
3. To understand the basic procedures used in solving physical problems.
1. Units and quantities.
2. Measurement, experimental data processing, elements of theory of experimental errors.
3. Mathematics in physics.
4. Description of world by physical theories, equations of motion, initial conditions.