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Work and energy
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Work
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Power
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Work-energy theorem
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Potential energy (gravitational and elastic)
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Kinetic energy
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Conservation of energy
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Conservative forces vs. nonconservative forces
Momentum
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Impulse-momentum theorem
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Conservation of momentum
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Collisions
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Center of gravity/center of mass
Rotational mechanics
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Angular motion
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Relations between angular and linear quantities
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Centripetal acceleration
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Describing motion of a rotating system
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Rotational Dynamics
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Torque
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Conditions for static equilibrium
Work, energy, and power
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Work and work-energy theorem
a.
Understand the definition of work so you can:
1). Calculate the work done by a specified constant force on a body that
undergoes a specified displacement.
2). Relate the work done by a force to the area under the graph of force as a
function of position, and calculate this work in the case where the force is
a linear function of position.
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