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Lecture# General Physics I: Mechanics

Description

This lecture covers the continuation of the laws of dynamics, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, geometric constraints, applications of Newton's laws, work, power, energy, equilibrium, stability, collisions, moment of a force, central motion, and Kepler's laws. It also includes accelerated reference frames, systems of material points, kinematics, dynamics of solid rotation, and gyroscopic effects. The course aims to teach conceptual modeling of physical systems, mathematical transcription, application of mechanics laws, understanding model and theory limitations, systematic approach, mathematical tools mastery, critical thinking development, problem-solving, dimensional analysis, and unit definitions.

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