Ch 25: Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics: Force & Equilibrium

Force and equilibrium can be applied to mathematical concepts. This chapter of the Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics course reviews the ideas of force and equilibrium in order to help you get ready for the final exam.

Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics: Force & Equilibrium - Chapter Summary

The properties of force and equilibrium are part of the applied math concepts that appear on the Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics final exam. This set of video lessons focuses on the areas of force and equilibrium you will be seeing on the test. The topics in this chapter include the following:

• Types of forces
• Balanced and unbalanced foreces
• Free-body diagrams and net force
• Forces acting upon an object
• Translational and rotational equilibrium
• Examples of normal force
• The smooth contact model
• Forces of friction

Each lesson contains a self-assessment quiz that you can utilize to track your progress and see how well-prepared you are for the final Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics exam. If you get stuck on any material or just need some additional help with force and equilibrium, you can contact the experts with one click.

Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics: Force & Equilibrium Chapter Objectives

The final exam in the Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics course evaluates how well you have retained the knowledge gained from the duration of the class. Questions on force and equilibrium will appear on the Applications of Mathematics section. This is the last of three sections and makes up one third of the content and consisting of both medium and long questions.

9 Lessons in Chapter 25: Cambridge Pre-U Mathematics: Force & Equilibrium
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