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1.Review of Mathematics2.Measurement and Physics3.Motion in One Dimension4.Motion in a Plane5.Newton's Laws of Motion6.Circular Motion7.Work and Energy8.Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy9.Linear Momentum and Collisions10.Rotational Motion11.Angular Momentum12.Statics and Elasticity13.Oscillations14.Gravity15.Fluids16.Waves and Sounds17.Temperature, Heat, and Heat Transfer18.The Kinetic Theory of Gases19.The First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics20.Electric Fields21.Gauss' Law22.Electric Potential23.Capacitance24.Current and Resistance25.Direct Current Circuits26.Magnetic Fields27.Sources of the Magnetic Field28.Electromagnetic Induction and Inductance29.Alternating current Circuits30.Electromagnetic Waves31.Mirrors and Lenses32.Interference33.Diffraction34.Special Relativity35.Atoms and Photons36.Quantum Mechanics37.Nuclear Physics