Physics 12: Classical Mechanics
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Lecture 1 
Welcome!
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00:31  
Lecture 2 
Introduction
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01:52  
Quiz 1  5 questions  
Before starting the course please take this quiz. Feel free to ask your questions about this quiz. 

Section 1: Kinematics  

Lecture 3  15:54  
Kinematical equations of motion of an object on a two dimensional plane are found in this lecture. 

Lecture 4  05:17  
Motion with constant velocity. 

Lecture 5  15:12  
Motion with a constant acceleration. 

Lecture 6 
problem and solution 1

01:36  
Lecture 7 
Problem and solution 2

07:57  
Quiz 2 
Quiz 2:Kinematics

5 questions  
Lecture 8 
Problem and Solution 3

06:18  
Lecture 9 
problem and solution 4

07:44  
Lecture 10 
Problem and Solution 5

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Lecture 11 
Problem and Solution 6

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Section 2: Dynamics  
Lecture 12  02:51  
Newton's laws of motion which are the basis of classical dynamics are defined in this lecture. 

Lecture 13  05:18  
Definition of static and kinetic friction. 

Lecture 14  05:39  
Motion of an object on an inclined surface according to the Newton's second law. 

Lecture 15  05:07  
Atwood machine is made of two objects connected by a string that passes over a pulley and pulley is hung from a ceiling. Acceleration of the objects and tension on string is found in this lecture. 

Lecture 16  02:57  
The relation between the spring restoring force and its extension or compression is discussed in this lecture. 

Lecture 17  06:48  
Motion of a falling object if the gravitational force is the only force acting on it. 

Lecture 18  20:36  
Motion of a projectile near the Earth if the gravitational force is the only force acting on it. 

Lecture 19  05:15  
What you feel as weight is in fact apparent weight that is discussed in this lecture. 

Quiz 3 
Quiz 3:Dynamics

5 questions  
Lecture 20 
Problem and Solution 1

03:48  
Lecture 21 
Problem and Solution 2

03:42  
Lecture 22 
Problem and Solution 3

07:14  
Lecture 23 
Problem and Solution 4

08:19  
Section 3: Work and Energy  
Lecture 24 
Energy

00:53  
Lecture 25  05:14  
Work done on an object by a force acting on it. 

Lecture 26  09:53  
Work kinetic energy theorem is discussed in this lecture. 

Lecture 27 
Work and Gravitaional Potential Energy

07:24  
Lecture 28 
Conservative vs. Nonconservative Forces
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Lecture 29 
Mechanical Energy and its Conservation Law

01:36  
Lecture 30 
Elastic Potential Energy

04:28  
Lecture 31 
Power

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Quiz 4 
Quiz 4:Work and Energy

5 questions  
Lecture 32 
Problem and Solution 1

05:33  
Lecture 33 
Problem and Solution 2

05:53  
Lecture 34 
Problem and Solution 3

12:41  
Lecture 35 
Problem and Solution 4

05:10  
Section 4: Linear Momentum  
Lecture 36  02:19  
Definition of linear momentum, and its relation with Newton's second law. 

Lecture 37  04:04  
Definition of impulse and its relation with linear momentum. 

Lecture 38 
Conservation Law of Linear Momentum

07:21  
Lecture 39 
Elastic and Inelastic Collisions

01:48  
Quiz 5 
Quiz 5:Linear Momentum

3 questions  
Lecture 40 
Problem and Solution 1

03:15  
Lecture 41 
Problem and Solution 2

12:47  
Lecture 42 
Problem and Solution 3

12:43  
Lecture 43 
Problem and Solution 4

06:09  
Section 5: Periodic Motion  
Lecture 44 
Oscillation or Periodic Motion

01:45  
Lecture 45  11:00  
Motion of an connected to a perfectly elastic spring if the spring force is the only force acting on it. 

Lecture 46  05:26  
Motion of pendulum about an equilibrium point on an approximately horizontal line, if gravity is the only force acting on it. 

Lecture 47  11:29  
Motion with a constant speed on a circle. 

Quiz 6 
Quiz 6:Periodic Motion

4 questions  
Lecture 48 
Problem and Solution 1

11:45  
Lecture 49 
Problem and Solution 2

02:44  
Lecture 50 
Problem and Solution 3

10:21  
Lecture 51 
Problem and Solution 4

04:30  
Section 6: Gravity  
Lecture 52 
Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation

05:55  
Lecture 53 
Fields of Force

03:30  
Lecture 54  08:30  
Kepler's three laws of planetary motion are discussed in this lecture. 

Lecture 55 
Satellite Motion

05:49  
Quiz 7 
Quiz 7:Gravity

4 questions  
Lecture 56 
Problem and Solution 1

06:05  
Lecture 57 
Problem and Solution 2

02:53  
Lecture 58 
Problem and Solution 3

03:51  
Lecture 59  07:20  
Reminding: in this problem satellite is moving on an equatorial orbit. 
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