**Who Can Take This Course?**: The subject begins from scratch so that no previous exposure to Applied Mathematics is assumed. However, an aptitude for Mathematics or Applied Mathematics is recommended. The minimum entry requirements are a C3 in Mathematics/Applied Mathematics (Higher Level) or A2 in Mathematics/Applied Mathematics (Lower Level) in the Leaving Certificate.

**Lecture Info**: The course consists of approximately 100 lectures with 4 hours per week. The course coincides with AM100 together with two hours per week of more advanced material in the second semester.

**The AM100 Topics covered include: **

Kinematics and One Dimensional Motion

Newton's Laws

Vectors and Motion in Three Dimensions

Projectile Motion

Conservation of Momentum

Work and Energy

Circular Motion

Simple Harmonic Motion

Structures and Equilibrium

The Vector Product amd Moments

Differential Equations

Centre Mass

Moments of Inertia

**The Honors Topics covered include: **

Central Forces and Planetary Motion

Forced and Damped Simple Harmonic Motion

Rigid Body Motion

**Recommended texts: **

Introducing Mechanics, Jefferson,B. and Beadsworth, T., Publisher Oxford University Press.

Further Mechanics, Jefferson,B. and Beadsworth, T., Publisher Oxford University Press.

Mechanics (AEB Mathematics for AS and A-level). Publisher Heinemann.

Further Mechanics (AEB Mathematics for AS and A-level). Publisher Heinemann.

Copies of these books are also available in the library on restricted and long-term loan