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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Useful Math
Chapter 2. Vectors
Chapter 3. Motion in a Straight Line
Chapter 4. Motion in a Vertical Plane
Chapter 5. Laws of Motion
Chapter 6. Friction
Chapter 7. Energy
Chapter 8. Momentum
Chapter 9. Circular Motion and Gravitation
Chapter 10. Rotational Motion
Chapter 11. Equilibrium
Chapter 12. Simple Machines
Chapter 13. Elasticity
Chapter 14. Simple Harmonic Motion
Chapter 15. Waves and Sound
Chapter 16. Fluids at Rest
Chapter 17. Fluids in Motion
Chapter 18. Heat
Chapter 19. Expansion of Solids, Liquids, and Gases
Chapter 20. Kinetic Theory of Matter
Chapter 21. Thermodynamics
Chapter 22. Heat Transfer
Chapter 23. Electricity
Chapter 24. Electric Current
Chapter 25. Direct-Current Circuits
Chapter 26. Capacitance
Chapter 27. Magnetism
Chapter 28. Electromagnetic Induction
Chapter 29. Alternating-Current Circuits
Chapter 30. Light
Chapter 31. Spherical Mirrors
Chapter 32. Lenses
Chapter 33. Physical and Quantum Optics
Chapter 34. Atomic Physics
Chapter 35. The Solid State
Chapter 36. Nuclear Physics
Appendix A. Physical Constants and Quantities
Appendix B. Conversion Factors
Appendix C. Natural Trigonometric Functions
Index