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E-Book,Mechanics Part Three,Kinetics,mechanics revision notes from A-level Maths Tutor

# E-Book,Mechanics Part Three,Kinetics,mechanics revision notes from A-level Maths Tutor

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A 34 page FREE e-book(pdf 866 KB) Mechanics Part Three 'Kinetics'.Divided into 6 sections viz. Newton's Laws,connected particles,work & energy,power & efficiency,more circular motion,elastic strings.
A 34 page FREE e-book(pdf 866 KB) Mechanics Part Three 'Kinetics'.Divided into 6 sections viz. Newton's Laws,connected particles,work & energy,power & efficiency,more circular motion,elastic strings.

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Contents
Newton’s Laws 3connected particles 9work & energy 18power & efficiency 23more circular motion 25elastic strings 31

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Newton’s Laws
Newton's Laws of Motion1. A body will remain at rest or travel at uniform linear velocity unless acted upon by anexternal force.2. The rate of change of linear momentum is proportional to the applied force and acts inthe same direction as the force.3. The forces of two bodies on each other are equal and directed in opposite directions.Definition of momentumMomentum(
P
) is a vector quantity equal in magnitude to the product of mass and velocity.Note, mass(m) is a scalar quantity, while velocity(
v
) is a vector quantity.
P
= m
v
m (kg)
v
(ms
-1
)
P
(kg. ms
-1
)The letter 'p' in small case is designated to represent pressure.