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Lecture# Central Forces and Kepler's Laws

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This lecture covers the concept of central forces, Kepler's laws, and motion on Earth's surface. It explains the definitions of central forces and conical motion, the parametric equations of motion, and the demonstration of Binet's formula. The lecture also discusses the physical phenomena related to acceleration, conical motion, and the trajectory under central forces.

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