### 1 (e) Units

Be able to manipulate basic engineering units in both the International and US Customary Systems of Units in engineering analysis and be able to convert between the two.

### 2 (a) Vector Notation

Be able to perform basic vector operations using standard vector notation.

### 3 (a) Free-Body Diagrams

Be able to conceptualize and draw a conventional free-body diagram which identifies and applies all known and unknown forces.

### 4 (a) Forces

Understand the nature of forces(s) and their manipulation in engineering analysis, including moments, couples, transmissibility and resultants.

### 5 (a) Equilibrium

Understand the conditions for equilibrium for both a particle and a rigid body.

### 6 (e) Axial Forces

Be able to determine the axial forces in the members of a statically determinant truss.

### 7 (e) Center of Gravity

Be able to calculate the center of gravity for 2 and 3 dimensional rigid bodies.

### 8 (e) Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

Be able to both calculate and draw diagrams for the internal shear forces and bending moments in straight, statically determinant beams.

### 9 (a) Friction

Understand the nature of friction and be able to solve problems involving friction and shear on horizontal and inclined planes.

### 10 (a) Centroids

Be able to use calculus to compute centroids of lines, areas and volumes.

### 11 (e) Analysis

Demonstrate competence in basic engineering analysis.