Phys 210

Classical Mechanics I
2D and 3D motion, projectiles, Systems of Particles: Center of Mass, Motion of the center of mass, Linear Momentum of a Particle, Linear Momentum of a System of particles, Conservation of Linear Momentum, the rocket. Collisions: What is a Collision, Impulse and Momentum, Conservation of Momentum During Collisions, Collisions in one Dimension, Two Dimensions Collisions, Center of Mass Reference Frame. Rotation: Rotational Motion, The Rotational Variables, Rotation with Constant Angular Acceleration, Rotation Quantities as Vectors, Relationships between Linear and Angular Variables: Scalar Form, Relationships between Linear and Angular Variables: Vector Form, Torque, Work. Rolling, Torque and Angular Momentum: Rolling Motion, Kinetic Energy, Torque, Angular Momentum of Rotating rigid Bodies, Conservation of Angular Momentum, Conservation of Angular Momentum, The processing Top. Equilibrium and Elasticity: Equilibrium, Requirements for Equilibrium, Equilibrium and the Force of Gravity, Stacking block. Gravity: The Gravitational Force, The gravitational constant G, Free fall acceleration, Gravitational Potential Energy, Motion of planets, 

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