# Introductory Physics

Start with the basics - the fundamentals of physics that all students of physics start with. Based on an average high school curriculum.
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### Motion in One Dimension

To learn how objects move through space, we need to start with the simplest case: motion in one dimenion.

### Motion in Two Dimensions

With our understanding of motion in one dimension, we explore motion in two dimensions.

### Forces and the Laws of Motion

The phenomena and laws that affect the motion of objects through space, and how to predict motion.

### Circular Motion

A special case of applying the Laws of Motion for a common occurance in real life.

### Work and Energy

The phenoma that makes things move, and is what makes the universe run at all scales.

### Linear Momentum and Collisions

An object in motion will stay in motion unless acted on by an external force - such as a collision.

### Rotational Motion and Angular Momentum

How objects behave when they are rotating on an axis, such as wheels or spinning tops.

### Oscillations

How objects behave when they are moving back and forth, such as a person swinging on a swing.

### Waves and Sounds

The phenoma of many objects oscillating at the save time, such as ocean waves and sound waves.

### Electricity and Magnetism

Develop an understanding of a phenoma that allows our society to function that we often take for granted.

### Fluid Mechanics

Develop an understanding of how fluids behave and how it allows our society to function.