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00-Mathematics for this course[edit]



01-Introduction[edit]



02-One dimensional kinematics[edit]



03-Two-Dimensional Kinematics[edit]



04-Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws[edit]



05-Friction, Drag, and Elasticity[edit]



06-Uniform Circular Motion and Gravitation[edit]



07-Work and Energy[edit]



08-Linear Momentum and Collisions[edit]


09-Statics and Torque[edit]


10-Rotational Motion and Angular Momentum[edit]


11-Fluid statics[edit]


12-Fluid dynamics[edit]


13-Temperature, Kinetic Theory, and Gas Laws[edit]

  • converts from Celsius to Kelvins.
  • converts from Celsius to Fahrenheit.


14-Heat and Heat Transfer[edit]

  • is the heat required to change the temperature of a substance of mass, m. The change in temperature is ΔT. The specific heat, cS, depends on the substance (and to some extent, its temperature and other factors such as pressure). Heat is the transfer of energy, usually from a hotter object to a colder one. The units of specfic heat are energy/mass/degree, or J/(kg-degree).
  • is the heat required to change the phase of a a mass, m, of a substance (with no change in temperature). The latent heat, L, depends not only on the substance, but on the nature of the phase change for any given substance. LF is called the latent heat of fusion, and refers to the melting or freezing of the substance. LV is called the latent heat of vaporization, and refers to evaporation or condensation of a substance.


15-Thermodynamics[edit]


16-Oscillatory Motion and Waves[edit]

  • describes oscillatory motion with period T. The amplitude, or maximum displacement is . Alternative notation includes the use of instead of ). Using by allows us to write this in terms of angular frequency, ω0:
  • , where we have introduced a phase shift to permit both sine and cosine waves. For example, .
  • holds for a mass-spring system with mass, m, and spring constant, ks.
  • holds for a low amplitude pendulum of length, L, in a gravitational field, g.
  • is the potential energy of a mass spring system. This equation can also be used for a pendulum if we replace the spring constant by an effective spring constant .


17-Physics of Hearing[edit]


18-Electric charge and field[edit]


19-Electric Potential and Electric Field[edit]


20-Electric Current, Resistance, and Ohm's Law[edit]


21-Circuits, Bioelectricity, and DC Instruments[edit]


22-Magnetism[edit]


23-Electromagnetic Induction, AC Circuits, and Electrical Technologies[edit]


24-Electromagnetic Waves[edit]


25-Geometric Optics[edit]



26-Vision and Optical Instruments[edit]



27-Wave Optics[edit]


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