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These notes are on the class lectures, not the book.
These are the notes from lecture.
These are notes from lecture.
These are notes from lecture. This is NOT enough to get an A on the exam. To do well on the exam, you need to study these notes, do the practice problems, and watch the prelectures for the lectures you missed.
These are from the lectures.
These notes are from lecture.
These are from lecture.
These are notes from lecture
This is all from lecture.
these are from lecture.
This is from lecture but honestly you need to work problems to get an A on the test, not study a study guide.
These are the notes from lecture
Notes on the basics of physics including units of measurements and significant figures.
These notes cover vectors in physics including adding and subtracting vectors
Notes covering kinematics including position, distance, and displacement. Free fall, acceleration, velocity.
This covers all of two dimensional kinematics
This is all of Newton's Laws of Motion and physics applications
These notes cover applications of Newton's Laws including examples with free body diagrams
Covers circular motion
These notes go over work, kinetic energy, and power.
These notes cover mechanical energy, potential energy, spring potential energy, conservation of energy, and transfer of energy.
These notes cover nonconservative forces and include 5 different examples of problems with the work on how to complete them.
These notes cover linear momentum and center of mass.
These notes cover rotational kinematics, moment of inertia, and rotational energy.
Covers torque and angular momentum.
Covers gravity and kepler's laws
These notes cover simple harmonic motion in pendulums and springs. Covers period, frequency
These notes cover fluids, buoyancy, density
This study guide goes over everything that will be on the final exam.
These notes cover the major ideas discussed in the first chapter of our physics class. These are examples but no worked out problems.
These notes include the formulas and the ideas behind them.
These notes are the theories and formulas for vectors.