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Linear Motion The Equations of Motion
Representing Motion Graphically
The Acceleration Due to Gravity (Acceleration of Free Fall)
Newton's Laws of Motion
Experimental Verification of Newton's Second Law of Motion
Using Newton's Second Law of Motion
Relative Speed and Velocity:

 Introduction Relative Speed Relative Velocity

Resolving a Vector into Two Perpendicular Components

Equilibrium   Components of a Force
The Moment of a Force (Torque)
Conditions for the Equilibrium of Three Non-Parallel Forces

Projectiles   Projectile Motion
Example: Projectile Thrown Vertically
Example: Projectile Thrown at Some Other Angle

Work, Energy, Power   Work, Energy and Power (Definitions)
The Law of Conservation of Energy
Example: Using the Law of Conservation of Energy
Example: Calculating the Power of a Vehicle
Kinetic Energy
Potential Energy (Gravitational)
Elastic Potential Energy

Gravitation   Universal Gravitation
Theoretical Justification for Variables in the Universal Law of Gravitation
Relation Between g and G
Gravitational Field Strength
Gravitational Potential
Escape Velocity
Acceleration Due to Gravity on Different Planets

Circular Motion and   Circular Motion: Basic Definitions
Gravitation   Acceleration of a Body Moving in a Circular Path at Constant Speed (Centripetal Force)
Testing the Inverse Square Law of Gravitation
Aircraft Turning (Moving in a Circular Path)
Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion
Kepler's Third Law of Planetary Motion "Explained"
Energy Changes in a Gravitational Field

Collisions

Friction   Friction
The Coefficients of Friction
Friction: worked example

Pressure   Definition of Pressure
Pressure Exerted by a Fluid

Mechanical Oscillations   Basic Ideas about Oscillations
Definition of Simple Harmonic Motion
The Relation Between Circular Motion and Simple Harmonic Motion
Animation: Relation Between Circular Motion and S.H.M
Displacement-Time Relation for a Simple Harmonic Motion
Velocity-Time Relation for a Simple Harmonic Motion
Graphs Describing Simple Harmonic Motion
Phase and Phase Difference
Mass-Spring Oscillator
Simple Pendulum

Rotational Dynamics   Rotational Dynamics Basics
Factors Affecting the Moment of Inertia of a Body
Comparing the Equations for Linear and Rotational Dynamics
Moment of Inertia of a Point Mass
Angular Momentum
Examples of Conservation of Angular Momentum
Angular Momentum of a Point Mass
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