Physics for K-12 TextBook by OpenStax plus MCQ, Essay Questions & Key Terms

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1 What is physics?

1.1 Domain of physics

1.2 Generality

1.3 Simplification and unification

1.4 Scientific validation and experimental verification

1.5 Recasting and revalidating laws in the light of new revelations

1.6 Domains of physical laws

1.7 There is a long way to go

Measurements

Units of measurement

0.1 System of units

0.2 Features of fundamental units

0.3 International system of units

0.4 Basic units

0.5 Mks system of units

0.6 Conversion of units

1 Dimensional analysis

1.1 Dimensions of derived quantities

1.2 Dimensional formula

1.3 Dimensional equation

1.4 Dimensions and unit

1.5 Basic dimensions and their group

1.6 Determining dimensional formula

1.7 Conversion from one system to another

1.8 Dimensional analysis

1.9 Transcendental functions

1.10 Checking a formula

1.11 Deriving a formula

1.12 Example

1.13 Exercises

2 Errors in measurement

2.1 Systematic error

2.2 Instrument error

2.3 Procedural error

2.4 Personal bias

2.5 Random errors

2.6 Least count error

2.7 Mean value of measurements

3 Working with errors

3.1 Absolute error

3.2 Mean absolute error

3.3 Relative error

3.4 Percentage error

3.5 Combination of errors

3.6 Errors in a sum or difference

3.7 Example

3.8 Errors in product or division

3.9 Example

3.10 Errors in raising a quantity to a power

3.11 Example

4 Significant figures

4.1 Context of values

4.2 Significant figures

4.3 Features of significant figures

4.4 Mathematical operations and significant numbers

4.5 Multiplication or division

4.6 Addition or subtraction

4.7 Rounding off

4.8 Scientific notation

4.9 Order of magnitude

Kinematics

1 Motion

Motion

1.1 Coordinate systems in physics

1.2 Distance

1.3 Position

1.4 Vectors

1.5 Vector addition

1.6 Components of a vector

1.7 Scalar (dot) product

1.8 Scalar product (application)

1.9 Vector (cross) product

1.10 Vector product (application)

1.11 Position vector

1.12 Displacement

1.13 Speed

1.14 Velocity

1.15 Rectilinear motion

1.16 Rectilinear motion (application)

1.17 Understanding motion

1.18 Velocity (application)

2 Acceleration

Acceleration

2.1 Understanding acceleration

2.2 Acceleration and deceleration

2.3 Accelerated motion in one dimension

2.4 Constant acceleration

2.5 Constant acceleration (application)

2.6 One dimensional motion with constant acceleration

2.7 Graphs of motion with constant acceleration

2.8 Vertical motion under gravity

2.9 Vertical motion under gravity (application)

2.10 Non-uniform acceleration

3 Relative motion

Relative velocity in one dimension

3.1 Relative velocity in one dimension(application)

3.2 Relative velocity in two dimensions

3.3 Relative velocity in two dimensions (application)

3.4 Resultant motion

3.5 Analysing motion in a medium

3.6 Resultant motion (application)

4 Accelerated motion in two dimensions

4.5 Projectile motion

4.6 Circular motion

Dynamics

7 Force

7.8 Laws of motion

7.9 Pulleys

7.10 Friction

7.11 Motion in accelerated frame

7.12 Circular motion

13 Energy

Work

13.1 Work and energy

13.2 Work and energy (application)

13.3 Work - kinetic energy theorem

13.4 Work - kinetic energy theorem (application)

13.5 Work by gravity

13.6 Work by spring force

13.7 Work by gravity and spring force (check your understanding)

13.8 Conservative force

13.9 Potential energy

13.10 Absolute potential energy

14 System of particles

17 Rotational dynamics

17.18 Rotation

17.19 Rolling motion

17.20 Angular motion

21 Equilibrium

21.1 Nature of equilibrium

Gravitation

10 Artificial satellites

11 Projection in gravitational field

12 Projection in gravitational field (application)

13 Two body system - linear motion

14 Two body system - circular motion

15 Planetary motion

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1 What is physics?

1.1 Domain of physics

1.2 Generality

1.3 Simplification and unification

1.4 Scientific validation and experimental verification

1.5 Recasting and revalidating laws in the light of new revelations

1.6 Domains of physical laws

1.7 There is a long way to go

Measurements

Units of measurement

0.1 System of units

0.2 Features of fundamental units

0.3 International system of units

0.4 Basic units

0.5 Mks system of units

0.6 Conversion of units

1 Dimensional analysis

1.1 Dimensions of derived quantities

1.2 Dimensional formula

1.3 Dimensional equation

1.4 Dimensions and unit

1.5 Basic dimensions and their group

1.6 Determining dimensional formula

1.7 Conversion from one system to another

1.8 Dimensional analysis

1.9 Transcendental functions

1.10 Checking a formula

1.11 Deriving a formula

1.12 Example

1.13 Exercises

2 Errors in measurement

2.1 Systematic error

2.2 Instrument error

2.3 Procedural error

2.4 Personal bias

2.5 Random errors

2.6 Least count error

2.7 Mean value of measurements

3 Working with errors

3.1 Absolute error

3.2 Mean absolute error

3.3 Relative error

3.4 Percentage error

3.5 Combination of errors

3.6 Errors in a sum or difference

3.7 Example

3.8 Errors in product or division

3.9 Example

3.10 Errors in raising a quantity to a power

3.11 Example

4 Significant figures

4.1 Context of values

4.2 Significant figures

4.3 Features of significant figures

4.4 Mathematical operations and significant numbers

4.5 Multiplication or division

4.6 Addition or subtraction

4.7 Rounding off

4.8 Scientific notation

4.9 Order of magnitude

Kinematics

1 Motion

Motion

1.1 Coordinate systems in physics

1.2 Distance

1.3 Position

1.4 Vectors

1.5 Vector addition

1.6 Components of a vector

1.7 Scalar (dot) product

1.8 Scalar product (application)

1.9 Vector (cross) product

1.10 Vector product (application)

1.11 Position vector

1.12 Displacement

1.13 Speed

1.14 Velocity

1.15 Rectilinear motion

1.16 Rectilinear motion (application)

1.17 Understanding motion

1.18 Velocity (application)

2 Acceleration

Acceleration

2.1 Understanding acceleration

2.2 Acceleration and deceleration

2.3 Accelerated motion in one dimension

2.4 Constant acceleration

2.5 Constant acceleration (application)

2.6 One dimensional motion with constant acceleration

2.7 Graphs of motion with constant acceleration

2.8 Vertical motion under gravity

2.9 Vertical motion under gravity (application)

2.10 Non-uniform acceleration

3 Relative motion

Relative velocity in one dimension

3.1 Relative velocity in one dimension(application)

3.2 Relative velocity in two dimensions

3.3 Relative velocity in two dimensions (application)

3.4 Resultant motion

3.5 Analysing motion in a medium

3.6 Resultant motion (application)

4 Accelerated motion in two dimensions

4.5 Projectile motion

4.6 Circular motion

Dynamics

7 Force

7.8 Laws of motion

7.9 Pulleys

7.10 Friction

7.11 Motion in accelerated frame

7.12 Circular motion

13 Energy

Work

13.1 Work and energy

13.2 Work and energy (application)

13.3 Work - kinetic energy theorem

13.4 Work - kinetic energy theorem (application)

13.5 Work by gravity

13.6 Work by spring force

13.7 Work by gravity and spring force (check your understanding)

13.8 Conservative force

13.9 Potential energy

13.10 Absolute potential energy

14 System of particles

17 Rotational dynamics

17.18 Rotation

17.19 Rolling motion

17.20 Angular motion

21 Equilibrium

21.1 Nature of equilibrium

Gravitation

10 Artificial satellites

11 Projection in gravitational field

12 Projection in gravitational field (application)

13 Two body system - linear motion

14 Two body system - circular motion

15 Planetary motion

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