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1) Physics, the Fundamental Science
Unit One - The Newtonian Revolution
2) Describing Motion
3) Falling Objects and Projectile Motion
4) Newton's Laws: Explaining Motion
5) Circular Motion, the Planets, and Gravity
6) Energy and Oscillations
8) Rotational Motion of Solid Objects
Unit Two - Fluids and Heat
9) The Behavior of Fluids
10) Temperature and Heat
11) Heat Engines and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
Unit Three - Electricity and Magnetism
12) Electrostatic Phenomena
13) Electric Circuits
14) Magnets and Electromagnetism
Unit Four - Wave Motion and Optics
15) Making Waves
16) Light Waves and Color
17) Light and Image Formation
Unit Five - The Atom and Its Nucleus
18) The Structure of the Atom
19) The Nucleus and Nuclear Energy
Unit Six - Relativity and Beyond
21) Looking Deeper Everyday Phenomena
Appendix A - Using Simple Algebra
Appendix B - Decimal Fractions, Percentages, and Scientific Notation
Appendix C - Vectors and Vector Addition
Appendix D - Answers to Selected Questions, Exercises, and the Systhesis Problems