## Relativity, mechanics, and statistical physics |

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### Contents

Newtonian Mechanics | 3 |

Einsteinian Relativity and The Lorentz Transformations | 28 |

Relativistic Dynamics | 47 |

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angle angular momentum areal velocity atoms axes axis of rotation beam calculate cantilever cells centre of gravity classical mechanics components compound pendulum Consider constant coordinates cylinder deflection diameter direction disc displacement distance earth elastic equal equation ether force acting force F frame of reference Galilean transformations given gravitational intensity gravitational potential Hence inertia inertial frame Kater's pendulum Kepler's kinetic energy lamina law of conservation law of motion layer length liquid mean free path measured mesons Michelson-Morley experiment modulus molecules moving with velocity Newton's laws Newton's second law observer obtained particle perpendicular physical plane position radius reference frame relative motion relativistic respectively rest mass restoring couple shearing shown in Fig simple harmonic motion simple harmonic oscillator solid sphere spherical shell strain stress suspended symmetry tangential temperature theorem theory third law torque tube vector velocity of light viscosity volume wire