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Table of Contents
Introduction1 A Mathematical Background2 Kinematics and Motion in One Dimension3 Two Dimensional Motion4 Forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion5 Work and Energy Conservation6 Linear Momentum7 Gravity and Circular Motion8 Rotational Motion and Torque9 Thermodynamics10 Fluids11 Oscillations, Waves, and Sound12 Electricity13 Magnetism14 Electromagnetic Radiation and OpticsAnswer KeyAppendix: Useful Information