# Course: Fundamentals of Classical Mechanics

Introduction to the physics of our everyday life.
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## Physical Quantities and Their Units

List of important physical quantities, their symbols, (derived) units and examples with images.

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## The 12 Important Physical Constants

Learn about important physical constants and what their formula symbols and SI units are.

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## Uniform (unaccelerated) Motion in Physics

Here you will learn how to find out the distance covered and position of objects moving at a constant speed.

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## Uniformly Accelerated (Non-Uniform) Motion

Here you will learn how to determine the distance traveled and position of an object as it accelerates uniformly.

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## Mechanical Momentum in Physics

Here it is explained quite simply what the mechanical momentum is, how you can calculate and illustrate it.

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## Newton's Laws of Motion

Newton's laws of motion describe the fundamental principles of how objects behave in response to forces. These laws explain the relationship between forces, mass, and acceleration.

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## Static, Dynamic and Rolling Friction

Here you'll learn how kinetic, static, and rolling friction affect motion and why they are important to everyday life and nature.

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## What is the Gravitational Constant?

Here you will learn some facts about the gravitational constant and gravity.

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## Newton's Law of Gravity: Attracting Force Between Masses

Learn about the gravitational force of attraction between two bodies, how much they attract each other depending on how far apart they are.

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## Escape Velocity: How to Escape the Gravitational Field?

The escape velocity is a minimum velocity required for an object to gravitationally escape a celestial body or a solar system and be in free fall.

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## Head-on Elastic Collision and its 4 Special Cases

Derivation of the velocity formula for the elastic head-on collision of two different masses using conservation of momentum and conservation of energy.

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## Horizontal Throw: How Bodies Fall in a Gravitational Field

Here all important formulas for the horizontal throw are derived and discussed, e.g. throw distance and throw time.

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## Uniform Circular Motion and its Important Quantities

Uniform circular motion from physics simply explained - here you will learn about centripetal acceleration and centripetal force and how they arise.

Questions & Answers What is the Difference Between Orbital and Angular Velocity?
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## Centripetal Acceleration and Force

Derivation of the centripetal (radial) acceleration for a uniform circular motion. It is then related to the centripetal force.

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