Motion In One and Two Dimensions

Mechanics can be divided into two parts: dynamics and statics. Dynamics is the study of motion of a body under one or more forces. Statics is the study of the condition of rest of a body under a number of forces. Dynamics is further divided into kinematics and kinetics. Kinematics is that part of dynamics which deals with motion without reference to the forces that cause it or the properties of the body in motion. Kinetics is that part which relates the motion of a body to its mass and the casual force(s). The subtopics covered in the present topic such as Projectile Motion, Translational Motion, Graphical Analysis of Rectilinear Motion, Rectilinear Motion with Constant Acceleration, Rectilinear Motion under Gravity etc. fall within the scope of kinematics.
    Analysis Of Rectilinear Motion By Calculus 30:46 Basic
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    Graphical Analysis Of Rectilinear Motion 57:17 Basic
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    Kinematic Equation By Integration 28:46 Basic
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    Kinematic Equations By Graphical Method 23:29 Basic
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    Motion Of A Boat In A River 58:10 Basic
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    Problems On Kinematic Equations 1:02:21 Basic
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    Problems On Rectilinear Motion Under Gravity 27:35 Basic
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    Problems On Relative Velocity And Relative Acceleration 1:53:39 Basic
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    Projectile Motion 1:02:33 Basic
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    Rectilinear Motion Under Gravity 50:08 Basic
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    Rectilinear Motion With Constant Acceleration 31:45 Basic
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    Relative Velocity And Relative Acceleration 38:57 Basic
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    Rest And Motion 56:19 Basic
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    Some Terms Associated With Translational Motion 1:18:15 Basic
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Note: (CE) Stands for Problems from Competitive Examination Papers

    Advanced-Level Problems On Motion In One And Two Dimensions I 1:05:48
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    Advanced-Level Problems On Motion In One And Two Dimensions II 1:05:03
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    Advanced-Level Problems On Motion In One And Two Dimensions III 1:11:12
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    Advanced-Level Problems On Motion In One And Two Dimensions IV 1:01:05
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    Advanced-Level Problems On Motion In One And Two Dimensions VI 1:08:18
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    Problems On Motion In One And Two Dimensions (CE) 1:21:28
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    Problems On Motion In One And Two Dimensions II (CE) 1:14:11
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    Problems On Motion In One And Two Dimensions III (CE) 1:09:09
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    Problems On Motion In One And Two Dimensions IV (CE) 1:12:24
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    Advanced-Level Problems On Motion In One And Two Dimensions V 1:07:34
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