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Physics an Exact Science?
Instantaneous and Integrated Behavior
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acceleration angular momentum angular speed angular velocity assume atoms average axis ball block c-of-m frame calculate called center of mass centripetal Chapter circular classical classical mechanics co-ordinate system collision component conservation constant defined density depends described Determine diagram direction displacement distance distribution earth frame elastic collision electron entropy equilibrium example exerted field force F frame of reference friction ft/sec function graph gravitational heat capacity horizontal ideal gas inertial frame initial instant integral interaction interval kinetic energy m/sec macroscopic magnetic magnitude measured mechanical energy molecules Newton's laws orbit particle moving particle of mass path pendulum physical plane position potential energy probability quantity radius relation respect rest resultant force right angles rigid body scalar simple harmonic motion specific heat capacity spin statistical mechanics string surface system of particles temperature thermal thermodynamics tion torque unit vector vertical vibration volume zero