 ### 1. Basic mathematics used in physics & Vectors

This chapter will help you to construct a concrete foundation which thus can help you adapt further concepts of physics and its different elements. Different sorts of subjects identified with dierent physical forces for example gravitational force, atomic force, electromagnetic force, and so on and fundamental laws of physics that oversee common Faraday, Coulomb, Ampere, Newton, Oersted, and others over the globe to comprehend concepts will be engaged.

### 2. Units, Dimension and measurements

This chapter will clear your concepts about what is a unit, base units, inferred units, system of units and considerably more. It will help tremendously help you to comprehend what is the need and esteem worldwide system of units and how are they chosen. Different methods, for example, parallax strategy, parallax point and different methods to measure length. One will likewise learn on elective methods to measure length and estimation of little separations like the extent of a particle.

### 3. Vectors

Vectors will be our friend for understanding motion happening in more than one dimension. Learn what vectors are and how they can be utilized to demonstrate true circumstances. Perform different activities with vectors like including, subtracting, scaling, change between rectangular to polar directions, and so on.

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### 4. Kinematics

It is the branch of material science which deals only with the depiction of motion of bodies. In this branch we shall study a few qualities related with moving bodies, e.g., removal, velocity, speeding up and so on. We shall likewise study various relations associating them with one another. Yet, we shall not focus on the cause of motion. This section deals with the crucial ideas of the motion of a molecule in one and two measurements. Various sorts of motion can be symmetrically assembled under couple of general classifications. The purpose of refinement is made on grounds of the velocity vector. On these grounds motion can be one dimensional, two-dimensional or three-dimensional. In this section we will study the piece of the mechanics which deals only the motion of body and not the cause of motion.

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### 5. Laws of motion and friction

You have learned about the motion of a particle in space in some of the previous chapter and this chapter will move you in front of the equivalent. You will learn points like how bodies move, factors that follow up on them, heading of power and their relating motion, effect of attraction and others are clarified plainly in this chapter. Since antiquated occasions, well known physicists have learned about motion. The commitment of these physicists, for example, Aristotle, Newton, and Galileo to consider motion is referenced in this chapter.

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### 6. Work, Energy and Power

You might know about the basic terms of work, energy and power as you have learned about them in before classes. What is dierent in this chapter is you will become familiar with the connection between these three amounts, for example work, energy and power. You will likewise become more acquainted with Scalar item and its distributive laws instructed in this chapter which is the will be the establishment for further complex ideas.

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### 7. Circular Motion

Uniform Circular Motion. Uniform motion can be characterized as the motion of a body following a circular path at a constant speed. The body has a fixed main issue and stays equidistant from it at some random position. At the point when an article goes around, the portrayal of its motion ends up fascinating from multiple points of view.

### 8. Collision and centre of mass

The concept of centre of mass is inherent in the sense that it is applicable in a huge variety of areas, stretching from mass, gravitational science and electrostatics. Hence, the knowledge of such a topic is very important.If the two objects are stuck together after the collision, this is called an inelastic collision (the name really isn’t that important). Here is a before and after picture of two objects in an inelastic collision: So, here the initial momentum is due to two objects.

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### 9. Rotational Motion

In rotational motion, we realize that the particles of the article, while moving pursue a circular path. Each molecule in the unbending body moves in a circular path along a plane that is opposite to the axis and has its middle on a similar axis. There can be two cases of rotational motion one about the fixed axis and second about an unfixed axis. The instances of rotation around a fixed axis are the fan while for unfixed axis the turning top makes an ideal precedent. Here we will contemplate rotation over a fixed axis.

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### 10. Gravitation

In this chapter you will learn about gravitation. It was developed by Albert Einstein at 1907 and 1915. … According to Newton’s gravitational force is caused by issue. Gravitation is only a force which is applied by the surface of the earth.

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### 11. Solids and Fluid mechanics

Fluid Mechanics is the study of fluids very still (fluid statics) and in motion (fluid elements). A fluid is characterized as a substance that persistently misshapes (streams) under an applied shear stress paying little mind to the size of the applied stress. Though a solid can oppose an applied power by static deformation. Solid mechanics otherwise called Mechanics of solids is the part of continuum mechanics that reviews the conduct of solid materials, particularly their motion and deformation under the activity of powers, temperature changes, stage changes, and other outside or inside specialists.

### 12. Thermal Physics

Thermal physics is the study of heat. Heat energy, or thermal energy, is the energy of a substance or system in terms of the motion or vibrations of its molecules. The quicker the molecules in a substance move the more heat energy they have.

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### 13. Oscillations

Oscillations, is an important and very interesting one. This is the next advance in the wake of finding out about rectilinear motion, shot motion, and others in the lower grades. The study of oscillatory motion is essential to material science; the ideas of which are required for the comprehension of numerous physical wonders. The part oscillations will assist us with studying in insights concerning oscillations and oscillatory motion.

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### 14. Wave motion and Doppler’s effect

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