The general objective is the development of the skills and attitudes necessary for the application of the fundamental principles of mechanics to the resolution of problems of interest in engineering. It addresses the static, kinematic and dynamic of the material point, the systems and the rigid solid from the Newtonian formulation and from the Lagrangian formulation. This subject will contribute to the improvement of the capacity for analysis and construction of mathematical models that describe the effects of forces and movements on a wide variety of structures and machines incorporating physical hypotheses and appropriate mathematical approaches.
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