Course*  Fundamentals of Physics
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 Course Level: Freshman
This course provides a thorough introduction to the principles and methods of physics for students who have good preparation in physics and mathematics. Emphasis is placed on problem solving and quantitative reasoning. This course covers Newtonian mechanics, special relativity, gravitation, thermodynamics, and waves.
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The lectures in this course are broken down into "Concepts"

Lecture 1  Course Introduction And Newtonian Mechanics

Lecture 2  Vectors In Multiple Dimensions

Lecture 3  Newton's Laws Of Motion

Lecture 4  Newton's Laws (Cont.) And Inclined Planes

Lecture 5  WorkEnergy Theorem And Law Of Conservation Of Energy

Lecture 6  Law Of Conservation Of Energy In Higher Dimensions

Lecture 7  Kepler's Laws

Lecture 8  Dynamics Of A MultipleBody System And Law Of Conservation Of Momentum

Lecture 9  Rotations, Part I; Dynamics Of Rigid Bodies

Lecture 10  Rotations, Part Ii; Parallel Axis Theorem

Lecture 11  Torque

Lecture 12  Introduction To Relativity

Lecture 13  Lorentz Transformation

Lecture 14  Introduction To The FourVector

Lecture 15  FourVector In Relativity

Lecture 16  The Taylor Series And Other Mathematical Concepts

Lecture 17  Simple Harmonic Motion

Lecture 18  Simple Harmonic Motion (Cont.) And Introduction To Waves

Lecture 19  Waves

Lecture 20  Fluid Dynamics And Statics And Bernoulli's Equation

Lecture 21  Thermodynamics

Lecture 22  The Boltzmann Constant And First Law Of Thermodynamics

Lecture 23  The Second Law Of Thermodynamics And Carnot's Engine

Lecture 24  The Second Law Of Thermodynamics (Cont.) And Entropy