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Newton's Laws - Mechanics - Lecture Slides

The course covers mechanics and electricity and magnetism in full detail, has a strong laboratory component, and emphasizes student problem solving strategies. Key points in this lecture are: Newton's Laws, Force, Normal Force, Velocity, Accelera...

Free Fall - Mechanics - Lecture Slides

The course covers mechanics and electricity and magnetism in full detail, has a strong laboratory component, and emphasizes student problem solving strategies. Key points in this lecture are: Free Fall, Stoping a Car, Gravity, Acceleration, Throw...

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Newton's Laws - Mechanics - Lecture Slides

The course covers mechanics and electricity and magnetism in full detail, has a strong laboratory component, and emphasizes student problem solving strategies. Key points in this lecture are: Newton's Laws, Force, Normal Force, Velocity, Accelera...

Free Fall - Mechanics - Lecture Slides

The course covers mechanics and electricity and magnetism in full detail, has a strong laboratory component, and emphasizes student problem solving strategies. Key points in this lecture are: Free Fall, Stoping a Car, Gravity, Acceleration, Throw...

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Angular Quantities - Mechanics - Lecture Slides

The course covers mechanics and electricity and magnetism in full detail, has a strong laboratory component, and emphasizes student problem solving strategies. Key points in this lecture are: Angular Quantities, Angular Velocity, Angular Accelera...

Calculus - Mechanics - Lecture Slides

The course covers mechanics and electricity and magnetism in full detail, has a strong laboratory component, and emphasizes student problem solving strategies. Key points in this lecture are: Calculus, Motion in One Dimension, Speed, Constant Spe...

Free Fall - Mechanics - Lecture Slides

The course covers mechanics and electricity and magnetism in full detail, has a strong laboratory component, and emphasizes student problem solving strategies. Key points in this lecture are: Free Fall, Stoping a Car, Gravity, Acceleration, Throw...
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