Chapters
Dimensional Analysis
Scientific Notation
Significant Figures
Vectors
Kinematics Conceptually
Kinematics by Graphs
Kinematics by Algebra
Newton's Laws of Motion
Free Body Diagrams
Torque
Circular Motion
Projectile Motion
Kepler's Laws
Universal Gravity
Gravity & Beyond
Energy
Momentum
Electrostatics
Coulomb's Law
Electricity Basics
d.c. Circuit Analysis (Resistor Reduction)
d.c. Circtuis (Kirchoff's Rules)
ElectroMagnetism
Light Introduction
Unit Questions
Workbook
Introduction
This text is meant to accompany class discussions. It is not everything there is to know about the basics of torque and the two conditions of equilibrium. It is meant as a prep for class.
More detailed notes and examples are given in the class notes, presentations, and demonstrations (click here.)
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Temperature,
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Zeroth law of thermodunamics
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Mechanism of thermal energy transfer
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Ideal Gas Law
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PV-diagrams and work of the gas and surroundings
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1st Law of Thermodynamics
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Isobaric
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Isochoric or Isovolumatric
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Isothermal
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Adiabatic
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Thermodynamic Cycles
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Heat Engines
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Entropy
1st Law Quiz
Thermal Work Quiz
Thermal Processes Quiz #1
Thermal Processes Quiz #2
Thermodynamic Cycles Quiz
Heat Engines and Carnot Quiz
Entropy
Temperature and Kinetic Energy, Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
Ideal Gas law
PV Diagrams, Work, Pr
index
ocesses, and the 4 Thermodynamic Cycles
2nd Law and Heat Engines
Entropy
Some solutions to the worksheets. These solutions contain strategies to help you to understand the answer.
by Tony Wayne ...(If you are a teacher, please feel free to use these resources in your teaching.)