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FORCES 1. An INTRODUCTION

What are scalar and vector quantities?  What is a force? What are contact forces and non-contact forces? How to analyse 'force' situations

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1.1 What is a force? Defining & comparing contact & non-contact forces

1.2 What are scalar and vector quantities?

1.3 Comparing and explaining examples of contact forces

1.4 Comparing and explaining examples of non-contact forces

1.5 More examples of interactions between objects involving gravity

1.6 More complex force situations involving moving objects - free body force diagrams

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all non-equilibrium situations!

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