This course builds on the physics learnt in the prerequisite course DPST1023 to further develop an understanding of the mathematical description of the laws of nature and use that understanding to solve problems. It is a calculus based course where concepts and principles are learned in context, by example, and then by development. Throughout the course, the skills of problem solving are refined by knowing when and how to apply the principles of physics, mathematics and other relevant tools.
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