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### 00-Mathematics for this course

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### 01-Introduction

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### 02-One dimensional kinematics

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### 03-Two-Dimensional Kinematics

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### 04-Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws

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### 05-Friction, Drag, and Elasticity

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### 06-Uniform Circular Motion and Gravitation

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### 07-Work and Energy

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### 08-Linear Momentum and Collisions

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### 09-Statics and Torque

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### 10-Rotational Motion and Angular Momentum

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### 11-Fluid statics

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### 12-Fluid dynamics

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### 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**, c_{S}, 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. L_{F}is called the latent heat of fusion, and refers to the melting or freezing of the substance. L_{V}is called the latent heat of vaporization, and refers to evaporation or condensation of a substance.

### 15-Thermodynamics

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### 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, ω
_{0}: - , 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, k
_{s}. - 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

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### 18-Electric charge and field

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### 19-Electric Potential and Electric Field

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### 20-Electric Current, Resistance, and Ohm's Law

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### 21-Circuits, Bioelectricity, and DC Instruments

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### 22-Magnetism

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### 23-Electromagnetic Induction, AC Circuits, and Electrical Technologies

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### 24-Electromagnetic Waves

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### 25-Geometric Optics

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### 26-Vision and Optical Instruments

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### 27-Wave Optics

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