emphasizes connections between theory and application, making physics concepts
interesting and accessible to students while maintaining the mathematical rigor
inherent in the subject. Topics covered includes: Units and Measurement,
Vectors, Motion Along a Straight Line, Motion in Two and Three Dimensions,
Newton's Laws of Motion, Applications of Newton's Laws, Work and Kinetic Energy,
Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy, Linear Momentum and Collisions,
Fixed-Axis Rotation, Angular Momentum, Static Equilibrium and Elasticity,
Gravitation and Fluid Mechanics.
This note covers the
following topics: One Dimensional Motion, Two Dimensional Motion, Force, Work
and Energy, Momentum and Collisions, Circular Motion and the Law of Gravity,
Rotational Equilibrium and Dynamics, Solids and Fluids, Vibrations and Waves,
Electric Fields and Potentials, Current and Resistance, Magnetism, Wave
Properties of Light, Quantum Physics, Atomic Physics and Nuclear Physics.
Burley, Meg Carrington, Randy Kobes and Gabor Kunstatter
This note covers the following topics: General Physics, Motion, Projectile Motion, Forces,
Rotation and Circular Stuff, Torque, Work and Energy, Momentum, Electricity and
Magnetism, Electrostatics, Electricity, Magnetism, Waves, Light and Sound,
Optics, Modern Physics and Nuclear Physics.
This lecture note covers the following topics related to One-Dimensional Kinematics: Position, time interval and displacement, velocity, acceleration, constant
acceleration, free fall and equations of motion.