This note explains the following
topics: Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration, Motion along a line, Vectors,
motion in a plane, Force, Newton's laws of motion, Gravitation, Uniform circular
motion, Collisions, Rotational kinetic energy, Oscillations, Waves, Doppler
effect, Thermal physics, Ideal gas law, Kinetic theory of gases, Heat transfer,
First Law of Thermodynamics.

This textbook has a
design that is just about perfectly backwards compared to most textbooks that
currently cover the subject. Topics covered includes: Elementary Mechanics,
Newton’s Laws, Systems of Particles, Momentum and Collisions, Torque and
Rotation in One Dimension, Applications of Mechanics, Fluids, Oscillations, Wave
Equation and Gravity.

This note describes the fundamental laws and physical processes that
govern the sources, extraction, transmission, storage, degradation, and end uses
of energy. Covered topics are: Energy and its Uses, Sources of Energy,
Systems and Synthesis.

Author(s): Prof. Robert Jaffe and Prof. Washington
Taylor

This note covers the following
topics: electromagnetic Radiation, electromagnetic Waves, transfer of Thermal
Energy, microscopic picture of thermal Energy, Entropy and the Laws of
Thermodynamics, chemical Energy, mass and Energy, nuclear Reactions, ionizing
Radiation and Health, Balance of the Planet and Energy in Nature.

The first part of this book deals exclusively with discrete inverse
problems with a finite number of parameters.The second part of the book deals
with general inverse problems, which may contain such functions as data or
unknowns.

This
book covers the following topics: Conservation of Mass and Energy,
Conservation of Momentum, Conservation of Angular Momentum, Relativity,
Electricity, Fields, The Ray Model of Light and Waves.