Physics

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Physics

1. collisions

1.2. momentum

1.2.1. impulse

1.2.1.1. magnitude

1.2.1.1.1. scalars

1.2.1.1.2. vectors

1.2.1.2. direction

1.2.2. conservation of momentum

1.2.3. explosions

2. electrostatics

2.1.1. insulator

2.2.1. conductor

2.3. work

2.3.1. work energy theorem

2.3.2. power

2.3.2.1. watt

2.3.3. voltage

2.4. energy

2.4.1. conservation of energy

2.4.2. electric potential energy

2.4.3. gravitational potential energy

2.4.3.1. height

2.4.4. kinetic energy

2.4.5. hooke's law

2.6.1. proton

2.6.2. nuetron

2.6.3. electron

2.6.4. charge

2.7. electric field

2.7.1. equal potential lines

2.9. coulombs law

2.9.1. coulomb

2.9.2. coulomb's constant

3. kinematics

3.1. Uniform Circular Motion

3.1.1. period

3.1.1.1. number of cycles

3.1.1.2. second

3.1.1.3. frequency

3.1.3. rotational veloctiy

3.2. acceleration

3.2.1. velocity

3.2.1.1. tangential velocity

3.2.2. speed

3.2.3. centripetal acceleration

3.3. displacement

3.3.1. distance

3.3.1.1. wavelength

3.6.1. meter

4. dynamics

4.2. Isaac Newton

4.2.1. Newton's Laws

4.2.1.1. newton's first law

4.2.1.2. newton's second law

4.2.1.3. newton's third law

4.3.1. mass

4.4. tension

4.4.1. free body diagram

4.5. force

4.5.1. friction

4.5.1.1. coefficient of friction

4.5.2. normal force

4.5.3. force of a spring

4.5.3.1. spring constant

4.5.4. compression

4.5.5. newton