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Contents Introduction On the Origins of The Feynman Lectures on Physics I Chapter 1: Prerequisites Review Lecture A 1-1 Introduction to the review lecture 1-2 Caltech from the bottom 1-3 Mathematics for physics 1-4 Differentiation 1-5 Integration 1-6 Vectors 1-7 Differentiating vectors 1-8 Line integrals 1-9 A simple example 1-10 Triangulation Chapter 2 Laws and Intuition Review Lecture B 2-1 The physical laws 2-2 The Non-relativistic approximation 2-3 Motion with forces 2-4 Forces and their potentials 2-5 Learning physics by example 2-6 Understanding physics physically 2-7 A problem in machine design 2-8 Earth's escape velocity 2-9Alternate Solutions: Laws and Intuition 2-9-1 Finding the acceleration of the weight by purely geometric arguments 2-9-2 Finding the acceleration of the weight using trigonometry 2-9-.3 Finding the force on the weight using torque and angular momentum Chapter 3: Problems and Solutions Review Lecture C 3-1 Satellite motion 3-2 Discovery of the atomic nucleus 3-3 The fundamental rocket equation 3-4 A numerical integration 3-5 Chemical rockets 3-6 Ion propulsion rockets 3-7 Photon propulsion rockets 3-8 An electrostatic proton beam deflector 3-9 Determining the mass of the pi meson Chapter 4: Dynamical Effects and Their Applications Review Lecture D 4-1 A demonstration gyroscope 4-2 The directional gyro 4-3 The artificial horizon 4-4 A ship-stabilizing gyroscope 4-5 The gyrocompass 4-6 Improvements in gyroscopes design and construction 4-7 Accelerometers 4-8 A complete navigational system 4-9 Effects of the earth's rotation 4-10 The spinning disk 4-11 Earth's nutation 4-12 Angular momentum in astronomy 4-13 Angular momentum in quantum mechanics 4-14 After the lecture + Chapter 5: Selected Exercises 5-1 Conservation of energy, statics 5-2 Kepler's laws and gravitation 5-3 Kinematics 5-4 Newton's laws 5-5 Conservation of momentum 5-6 Vectors 5-7 Nonrelativistic two-body collisions in three dimensions 5-8 Forces 5-9 Potentials and Fields 5-10 Units and Dimensions 5-11 Relativistic energy and momentum 5-12 Rotation in two dimensions, the center mass 5-13 Angular momentum, the moment of inertia 5-14 Rotation in three dimensions Answers to exercises [I have provided the co cover.{ ]

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Physics.

Physics -- Problems, exercises, etc.