Lecture  Main source  Additional source 

Introduction, units, experimental basics, scales in the Universe  Ch 1 
Ch 1 
Estimation: guesstimates, dimensional analysis, scaling arguments  Lecture notes 

Kinematics: 1D, vector analysis, coordinates, Taylor expansion, kinematics in N dimensions, circular motion  Ch 1, 6 
Ch 2 
Newton laws, reference frames, Galilean relativity, inertial and noninertial frames  Ch 2, 9 
Ch 3, 4 
Momentum conservation, system of particles, center of mass (discrete and continuum), varying mass  Ch 4  Ch 6 
Forces: contact, friction, drag,
elementary, inertial, Hooke, elasticity 
Ch 3, 6, 9 
Ch 4 
Work and energy, conservative and nonconservative forces, energy conservation, potential energy, collisions 1D, 3D  Ch 5, 6  Ch 5 
Harmonic oscillator: simple, damped, forced, resonances, Q factor  Ch 11 
Ch 7 
Angular momentum and rigid body: moment of momentum, spin, rotation axis, moment, motion including rotation  Ch 7 
Ch 8 
Rigid body dynamics, roll with and
without slip intertia tensor, 
Ch 8  Ch 8 
(Optional) Euler equtions, momentfree dynamics, precession  Ch 8 
Ch 8 
Motion in a central potential:
effective potential, constants of motion, Keplerian motion 
Ch 10 
Ch 9 
Spectial relavitiy: Lorentz
transformation, time dilation, length contraction 
Ch 12, 13  Ch 10, 11 
Fourvectors: energy transform,
Doppler effect, abberation, beaming (Optional:) relativistic rocket 
Secondary: Ch 13, 14  Ch 12, 13 
Summary     