Kinematics Kinematics describes the motion of objects without considering The forces that caused the motion.
Relative Velocity Relative velocity is a measurement of velocity between two objects moving in different frames of reference.
Ballistics Ballistics is the study of Projectiles. “The wounding potential of projectiles is a complex matter”. (Fackler, 1996)
Pulleys and Wedges A pulley is an example of a simple machine and are used in the real world to lift large masses onto tall heights.
Momentum and Collisions The outcome of a collision Between two bodies depends on the mass of each body and the direction and speed they were travelling just before the collision. |

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Circular Motion and SHM Circular is the study of forces on bodies travelling in a circular path.
Statics Statics is the study of forces and moments on systems in equilibrium.
Moments of inertia The moment of inertia of an object describes how difficult it is to change its angular motion about an axis.
Hydrostatics Hydrostatics is the study of liquids and gasses at rest.
Differential Equations Differential equations are the language in which the laws of nature are Expressed. |

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