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Course: PHYS 51, Fall 2010
School: San Jose State
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51 Concept Prerequisites: &quot;Study Physics Guide&quot; for Final (&quot;Laundry List&quot; of important concepts) Todd Sauke (important concepts in bold; vectors also shown in bold) Symbol or Equation Physics quantities are typ. either scalars or vectors (magnitude &amp; direction) components of vectors add From mechanics, total external force on a body = mass x acceleration Fext = m a...

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