Unformatted text preview: on to introduce the basic laws of Dynamics, Newton's Three Laws . From here, we will look at how Newton's Laws are applied to a variety of forces, including tension, friction, and gravity . We will also examine the Dynamics of uniform circular motion . Studying Newton's Laws is perhaps the most important part of classical mechanics. Kinematics, which you have already studied, lays the groundwork for Newton's laws. For the most part, the subject matter studied after Newton's laws simply applies the laws to a variety of physical situations, and derives further concepts from them. Newton's laws are the axioms of classical mechanics; brilliant not only in their applicability, but in their simplicity....
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 Fall '10
 DavidJudd
 Physics, Dynamics, Acceleration, Force, Mass

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