Course: Fundamentals of Classical Mechanics
Introduction to the physics of our everyday life.

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Unaccelerated Motion (Position, Speed, Time)
Unaccelerated Motion (Distance, Speed, Time)

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Uniformly Accelerated Motion (Position, Speed, Time)
Uniformly Accelerated Motion (Distance, Time, Acceleration)
Uniformly Accelerated Motion (Velocity, Position)
Average Velocity (Distance, Time)

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Mechanical Momentum (Velocity, Mass)

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2. Newton's laws of motion (force, mass, acceleration)

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Static Friction (Force, Coefficient)
Kinetic (Sliding) Friction (Force, Coefficient)
Rolling Friction (Force, Coefficient)

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Newton's Law of Gravity (Potential Energy)
Gravitational Force (Mass, Distance)

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First Cosmic Velocity (Stable Circular Orbit)
Second Cosmic Velocity (Escape Velocity for a Planet)
Third Cosmic Velocity (Escape the Solar System)

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Headon Central Collision (Velocity, Mass)

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Horizontal throw  parabola (height, velocity, distance)
Horizontal throw (throw duration, initial height)
Horizontal throw (throw distance, initial velocity, initial height)
Oblique Throw (Height, Time, Velocity)
Horizontal / Oblique Throw (Total Speed)
Horizontal Throw (Angle of Impact)

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Questions & Answers
What is the Difference Between Orbital and Angular Velocity?Derivations & Experiments
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Circular Motion (Centripetal Acceleration, Velocity, Radius)
Circular Motion (Centripetal Acceleration, Period)
Circular Motion (Centripetal Acceleration, Angular Velocity)
Circular Motion (Centripetal Acceleration, Frequency)
Circular motion (centripetal force, velocity, radius)
Circular Motion (Centripetal Force, Frequency)
Circular Motion (Centripetal Force, Period)
Circular motion (angular velocity, centripetal force, radius)
Uniform Circular Motion (Orbital and Angular Velocity)
NonUniform Circular Motion (Traversed Angle, Angular Acceleration)
NonUniform Circular Motion (Tangential and Angular Acceleration)