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Amusement Park Physics

How do physics laws affect amusement park ride design?

 

College Physics for Students of Biology & Chemistry

This is a hypertextbook written for first-year undergraduate physics students.

 

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Metaphysics 101 Universal Class
This course will look at what metaphysics is; what the key concepts and terms within the topic are; the practical ramifications of metaphysics; and very briefly discuss the history, development, and major schools of thought from the ancient Greeks to Roman times. By the conclusion of the course, it is hoped that the student will have a better understanding of metaphysics and perhaps a increased desire to study further...

Physics 201: Intermediate to Advanced Concepts Universal Class
This course focuses on some of the critical mathematical tools required for studying physics and is geared toward students with a basic knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Starting with an introduction to vectors, the course then begins to develop a set of mathematical tools for studying classical Newtonian mechanics as well as some basic topics in classical electromagnetism. Although the course does not cover calculus, the math that is presented is more than sufficient for analyzing and solving a wide range of problems involving the motion of objects and forces such as gravity, the electric force, and magnetism.

 

Physics Open Course

The goal of Physics is to explain the Natural World in simple and precise terms. THIS PHYSICS GUIDE is designed to equip students with the basic principles of Matter and Energy. The topics of Motion, Energy, Sound, Light and Electricity are introduced. This course will help students with many career paths, especially, those in Science, Medical Sciences and Engineering.

 

Physics of Matter, Energy, Motion, and Forces

Physics is a major branch of science, concerned with the fundamental components of the universe, the forces they exert on one another, and the results produced by these forces.

 

Simple Harmonic Motion

Amplitude, Period, and Frequency, Phase, Initial Phase, Velocity and Acceleration

 

 

Introduction to Free Body Diagrams

No doubt you are aware of free body diagrams (otherwise known as FBD's).

 

What is Torque?

Torque is a measure of how much a force acting on an object causes that object to rotate.

 

Torque and Angular Acceleration

In this section, we will develop the relationship between torque and angular acceleration. You will need to have a basic understanding of moments of inertia for this section.

 

The Quantum Theory

The quantum theory that describes the behavior of electrons is a cornerstone in modern chemistry.

 

 

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