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1.1 What is Physics?
1.2 How to Study Physics
1.3 Units
1.4 Powers of Ten
1.5 Conversion of Units
1.6 Significant Figures
1.7 Problems (8 questions)
2.1.1 Slope of a Straight Line
2.1.2 Slope of a Curve
2.1.3 Some Common Derivatives
2.1.4 Extremum Value of a Function
2.2.1 Integral Equals Antiderivative
2.2.2 Integral Equals Area Under Curve
2.2.3 Summary
2.2.4 Definite and Indefinite Integrals
2.3 Problems (10 questions)
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Position, Distance and Displacement
3.3 Average Velocity and Average Speed
3.4 Position and Velocity Graphs
3.5 Instantaneous Velocity and Instantaneous Speed
3.6 Acceleration
3.7.1 Algebraic Derivation
3.7.2 Summary of Constant Acceleration equations
3.7.3 Calculus Derivation
3.8 Free Fall
3.9 Historical Note
3.10 Problems (8 questions)
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Trigonometry
4.3 Vector Components
4.4 Unit Vectors
4.5 Vector Addition
4.6.1 Scalar Product
4.6.2 Vector Product
4.7 Problems (7 questions)
5.2. CONSTANT ACCELERATION EQUATIONS 73
5.2. CONSTANT ACCELERATION EQUATIONS 75
5.3 Projectile Motion
5.4 Circular Motion
5.5 Problems (8 questions)
6.1 Introduction
6.2.1 Weight
6.2.2 Normal Force
6.2.3 Tension
6.2.4 Spring
6.2.5 Friction
6.3 Circular Motion
6.4 Historical Note
6.5 Problems (10 questions)
7.2.1 Ramp
7.2.2 Pulley
7.2.3 Lever
7.2.4 Hydraulic Press
7.3 Kinetic Energy
7.4 Work-Energy Theorem
7.5 Gravitational Potential Energy
7.6 Conservation of Energy
7.7 Spring Potential Energy
7.8 Appendix: alternative method to obtain po-
7.9 Problems (8 questions)
8.1.1 Many Particle Systems
8.1.2 Rigid Bodies
8.2. NEWTON’S SECOND LAW FOR A MANY PARTICLE SYSTEM135
8.3.1 Point Particle
8.3.2 Many Particles
8.3.3 Conservation of Momentum
8.4.1 Collisions in 1-dimension
8.4.2 Collisions in 2-dimensions
8.5 Center of Mass Frame
9.1.1 Constant Angular Acceleration Equations
9.2 Kinetic Energy
9.3 Moment of Inertia
9.5 Work and Kinetic Energy
9.6.1 Many Particle System
9.6.2 Rigid Body
9.6.3 Conservation of Angular Momentum
9.7 Problems (8 questions)
10.1 Newton’s Gravitational Force Law
10.2. GRAVITY NEAR THE SURFACE OF EARTH 171
10.2. GRAVITY NEAR THE SURFACE OF EARTH 173
10.3 Potential Energy
10.4 Escape Speed
10.5 Kepler’s Laws
10.7 Problems (9 questions)
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Simple Harmonic Motion
12.3 Pendulums
12.4 Navigation and Clocks
12.5 Problems (7 questions)
13.1 Introduction
13.3 Interference, Standing Waves and Resonance
13.4 Sound
13.5 Doppler Effect
13.6. PROBLEMS (8 QUESTIONS) 217
13.6. PROBLEMS (8 QUESTIONS) 219
14.1 Temperature
14.2.1 Heat Capacity
14.2.2 Specific Heat
14.2.3 Molar Specific Heat
14.2.4 Heats of Transformation
14.3 Work
14.4.1 Adiabatic Processes
14.4.2 Constant-volume Processes
14.4.3 Cyclical Processes
14.4.4 Free Expansion
14.5.1 Ideal Gas
14.5.2 Work Done by an Ideal Gas
14.5.3 Speed, Energy and Temperature
14.6 Problems (8 questions)
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Notas de Física

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