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Notice the 'First semester:' here. Thermo/E&M/optics form the core of many
2nd semester courses. The two biggest casualties of the 'less is more'
approach seem to be rotations and fluids.
> >First semester:
> What about some thermo?
1. Kinematics (1d and 2d)
2. Newton's first law as a statement about reference frames.
2a. The concept of a reference frame.
3. Newton's second law applied to a variety of situations.
4. Newton's third law.
5. Conservation of momentum.
6. Conservation of energy.
7. Rotational kinematics.
8. Rotational dynamics.
9. Conservation of angular momentum.