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First 5 weeks (statics) is super easy, basically just vector geometry. Mid-sem was pretty time pressured though. Second half (dynamics) is an extension of the mechanics principles from PHYS1001; the assignment and textbook problems could get very tough, and I felt that the lectures dwelt too long on the actual principles and skimmed over the problem solving and applying those principles. Despite this, the exam questions were super easy compared to the example problems we were given, absolutely no time pressure at all. The Statics Lab was chill, but the Dynamics Lab got pretty hectic. The reports are in a group though, so hopefully you can share the load. They seem to be quite lenient with marking as a whole for the unit (exams/labs).

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

First half is pretty much a repeat of ENSC1002's second half (Truss forces, basic physics etc.). Second half is rocket building that they took from ENSC2001, but incorporating MATLAB. Exam is open book, making it really easy to score well. Quite an easy HD if you stay on top of it all! The only thing I didn't like was the prof (James). Very stuck up and derisive.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020