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Introduction[edit | edit source]

Introduction  ◊hello 

Kinematics[edit | edit source]

Kinematics  ◊hello  =====Two-Dimensional Kinematics=====Two-Dimensional Kinematics  ◊hello  =====Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws of Motion=====Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws of Motion  ◊hello  =====Further Applications of Newton's Laws: Friction, Drag, and Elasticity=====Further Applications of Newton's Laws: Friction, Drag, and Elasticity  ◊hello  =====Uniform Circular Motion and Gravitation=====Uniform Circular Motion and Gravitation  ◊hello  =====Work, Energy, and Energy Resources=====Work, Energy, and Energy Resources  ◊hello  =====Linear Momentum and Collisions=====Linear Momentum and Collisions  ◊hello  =====Statics and Torque=====Statics and Torque  ◊hello  =====Rotational Motion and Angular Momentum=====Rotational Motion and Angular Momentum  ◊hello  =====Fluid Statics=====Fluid Statics  ◊hello  =====Fluid Dynamics and Its Biological and Medical Applications=====Fluid Dynamics and Its Biological and Medical Applications  ◊hello  =====Temperature, Kinetic Theory, and the Gas Laws=====Temperature, Kinetic Theory, and the Gas Laws  ◊hello  =====Heat and Heat Transfer Methods=====Heat and Heat Transfer Methods  ◊hello  =====Thermodynamics=====Thermodynamics  ◊hello 

Oscillatory Motion and Waves[edit | edit source]

16. Oscillatory Motion and Waves   (Hooke's law)    (Spring energy)   (frequency-period)   (mass/spring or simple pendulum)        (simple harmonic motion)   (wave speed)   (beat frequency)

Physics of Hearing[edit | edit source]

17. Physics of Hearing   (sound speed)   (sound intensity)   (I0 = 10-12W/m2 is the hearing threshold level)   (+/- for motion (away/towards) stationary observer)   (+/- for motion (towards/away from stationary source)   (one end closed)   (both ends open)   (intensity reflection coefficient with acoustical impedance )

Electric Charge and Electric Field[edit | edit source]

18. Electric Charge and Electric Field  e≈1.6 x 10−19 C (fundamental charge)   (Coulomb's law with k ≈8.99x109 N m2 C−2)   (Force law with E =kq/r2 for the electric field due to a point charge)

Electric Potential and Electric Field[edit | edit source]

19. Electric Potential and Electric Field   (potential energy for moving from A to B)   (unit conversion)   (change in electric potential for small step parallel to electric field)   (point charge)   (capacitor charge)    (parallel plate with ε0 = 8.85×10−12F/m)   ε=κε0 (dielectric correction)   (series)   (parallel)   (stored energy)

Electric Current, Resistance, and Ohm's Law[edit | edit source]

20. Electric Current, Resistance, and Ohm's Law    (current:(1A≡1C/s)   (current and drift velocity)   (Ohm's law: 1Ω=1V/A)   (resistivity and resistance)   (temperature coefficient)   (power as energy/time)   ([alternating current)   (rms and peak value) )

Circuits and DC Instruments[edit | edit source]

21. Circuits and DC Instruments    (series)    (parallel)   (terminal voltage, emf, internal resistance)    and (Kirchhoff's rules: if path from − to + voltage or opposite current through resistor    (RC time): (charging)   (discharging)

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Magnetism[edit | edit source]

Magnetism   hi