Each Section is graded according to the following code:

A | a very important section which should be studied carefully. |

B | an important section |

C | a section which can be read quickly |

D | a section which can be omitted and will not be covered in class. |

R | a section which is largely a review of Physics 12 and which will not necessarily be covered in class, but with which the student should be familiar. |

R | 1.1-1.6 the first 6 sections are review |

B | 1.7 Dimensional Analysis |

R | 2.1 Kinematics with Vectors |

R | 2.2 Properties of Vectors |

B | 2.3 Position, Velocity and Acceleration Vectors |

B | 2.4 One-Dimensional Kinematics |

B | 2.5 Motion with Constant Acceleration |

R | 2.6 Freely Falling Bodies |

R | 3.1 Classical Mechanics |

R | 3.2 Newton's First Law |

R | 3.3 Force |

R | 3.4 Mass |

A | 3.5 Newton's Second Law |

R | 3.6 Newton's Third Law |

R | 3.7 Weight and Mass |

B | 3.8 Applications of Newton's Laws in One Dimension |

B | 4.1 Motion in Three Dimensions with Constant Acceleration |

B | 4.2 Newton's Laws in Three-Dimensional Vector Form |

A | 4.3 Projectile Motion |

A | 4.4 Drag Forces and the Motion of Projectiles |

B | 4.5 Uniform Circular Motion |

C | 4.6 Relative Motion |

R | 5.1 Force Laws |

B | 5.2 Tension and Normal Forces |

B | 5.3 Frictional Forces |

B | 5.4 Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion |

B | 5.5 Time-Dependent Forces |

B | 5.6 Noninertial Frames and Pseudoforces |

C | 5.7 Limitation of Newton's Laws |

C | 6.1 Collisions |

B | 6.2 Linear Momentum |

B | 6.3 Impulse and Momentum |

B | 6.4 Conservation of Momentum |

A | 6.5 Two-Body Collisions |

C | 7.1 Motion of a Complex Object |

C | 7.2 Two-Particle Systems |

B | 7.3 Many-Particle Systems |

B | 7.4 Center of Mass of Solid Objects |

A | 7.5 Conservation of Momentum in a System of Particles |

B | 7.6 Systems of Variable Mass |

C | 8.1 Rotational Motion |

B | 8.2 Rotational Variables |

A | 8.3 Rotational Quantities as Vectors |

A | 8.4 Rotation iwth Constant Angular Acceleration |

B | 8.5 Relationships between Linear and Angular Variables |

D | 8.6 Vector Relationships between Linear and Angular Variables |

A | 9.1 Torque |

A | 9.2 Rotational Inertia and Newton's Second Law |

A | 9.3 Rotational Inertia of Solid Bodies |

A | 9.4 Torque due to Gravity |

A | 9.5 Equilibrium Applications of Newton's Laws for Rotation |

A | 9.6 Non-equilibrium Applications of Newton's Laws for Rotation |

A | 9.7 Combined Rotational and Translational Motion |

A | 10.1 Angular Momentum of a Particle |

A | 10.2 Systems of Particles |

B | 10.3 Angular Momentum and Angular Velocity |

A | 10.4 Conservation of Angular Momentum |

A | 10.5 The Spinning Top |

A | 10.6 Review of Rotational Dynamics |

B | 11.1 Work and Energy |

B | 11.2 Work Done by a Constant Force |

B | 11.3 Power |

B | 11.4 Work Done by a Variable Force |

C | 11.5 Work Done by a Variable Force: Two-Dimensional Case |

B | 11.6 Kinetic Energy and the Work-Energy Theorem |

B | 11.7 Work and Kinetic Energy in Rotational Motion |

B | 11.8 Kinetic Energy in Collisions |

A | 12.1 Conservative Forces |

A | 12.2 Potential Energy |

A | 12.3 Conservation of Mechanical Energy |

A | 12.4 Energy Conservation in Rotational Motion |

A | 12.5 One-Dimensional Conservative Systems: The Complete Solution |

C | 12.6 Three-Dimensional Conservative Systems |

B | 13.1 Work Done on System by External Forces |

B | 13.2 Internal Energy in a System of Particles |

B | 13.3 Frictional Work |

B | 13.4 Conservation of Energy in a System of Particles |

B | 13.5 Center-of-Mass Energy |

B | 13.6 Reactions and Decays |

C | 13.7 Energy Transfer by Heat |

C | 14.1 Origin of the Law of Gravitation |

B | 14.2 Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation |

C | 14.3 The Gravitational Constant G |

C | 14.4 Gravitation Near the Earth's Surface |

B | 14.5 Two Shell Theorems |

C | 14.6 Gravitational Potential Energy |

A | 14.7 Motions of Planets and Satellites |

C | 14.8 The Gravitational Field |

C | 14.9 Modern Developments in Gravitation |

B | 17.1 Oscillating Systems |

B | 17.2 Simple Harmonic Oscillator |

A | 17.3 Simple Harmonic Motion |

A | 17.4 Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion |

B | 17.5 Applications of Simple Harmonic Motion |

A | 17.6 Simple Harmonic Motion and Uniform Circular Motion |

B | 17.7 Damped Harmonic Motion |

B | 17.8 Forced Oscillations and Resonance |

D | 17.9 Two-Body OScillations |

C | 18.1 Mechanical Waves |

C | 18.2 Types of Waves |

A | 18.3 Traveling Waves |

B | 18.4 Wave Speed on a Stretched String |

D | 18.5 Wave Equation |

C | 18.6 Energy in Wave Motion |

A | 18.7 Principle of Superposition |

A | 18.8 Interference of Waves |

A | 18.9 Standing Waves |

B | 18.10 Standing Waves and Resonance |

C | 19.1 Properties of Sound Waves |

B | 19.2 Traveling Sound Waves |

C | 19.3 Speed of SOund |

B | 19.4 Power and Intensity of Sound Waves |

B | 19.5 Interference of Sound Waves |

A | 19.6 Standing Longitudinal Waves |

A | 19.7 Vibrating Systems and Sources of Sound |

D | 22.1 Atomic Nature of Matter |

D | 22.2 Molecular View of Pressure |

C | 22.3 Mean Free Path |

A | 22.4 Distribution of Molecular Speeds |

A | 22.5 Distribution of Molecular Energies |

D | 22.6 Equations of State for Real Gases |

D | 22.7 Intermolecuilar Forces |

C | 50.1 Discovering the Nucleus |

B | 50.2 Some Nuclear Properties |

A | 50.3 Radioactive Decay |

B | 50.4 Alpha Decay |

C | 50.5 Beta Decay |

C | 50.6 Measuring Ionizing Radiation |

C | 50.7 Natural Radioactivity |

C | 50.8 Nuclear Reactions |

D | 50.9 Nuclear Models |

D | 51.1 The Atom and the Nucleus |

B | 51.2 Nuclear Fission: The Basic Process |

D | 51.3 Theory of Nuclear Fission |

D | 51.4 Nuclear Reactors: The Basic Principles |

C | 51.5 A Natural Reactor |

B | 51.6 Thermonuclear Fusion: The Basic Process |

B | 51.7 Thermonuclear Fusion in Stars |

C | 51.8 Controlled Thermonuclear Fusion |

B | 52.1 Particle Interactions |

B | 52.2 Families of Particles |

B | 52.3 Conservation Laws |

B | 52.4 Quark Model |

B | 52.5 Big Bang Cosmology |

B | 52.6 Nucleosynthesis |

B | 52.7 The Age of the Universe |

Janis McKenna, UBC Department of Physics and Astronomy, August 2002.