# Lecture Monday, March 31:

Start Chapter 7, Cover Definition of Work (Sec 7.1), the Dot Product (Sec 7.2), Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem (Sec 7.4 pg 194-195).

# Lecture Wednesday, April 2:

Work done by a variable force, work done by a spring. (Sec 7.3)
Example problems involving work done by gravity, springs etc.

# Lecture Friday, April 4:

Situations Involving Kinetic Friction (Sec 7.3, pgs 196-199).
Power (Sec 7.5).
Start Chapter 8 (Sec 8.1)

# Lecture Monday, April 7:

Discuss definition of Conservative and Non-conservative force. (Sec 8.2)
Discuss kinetic friction as an example of a non-conservative force.(Sec 8.2)
Examples of conversion of mechanical energy to thermal energy in
the presence of kinetic friction.
Relationship between work done by a conservative force and potential energy.

# Lecture Monday, April 9:

More examples of problems with Energy Conservation
It will be useful to have looked at HW 7, Problems P4, P5, P6

# Lecture Monday, April 11:

Relationship between conservative forces and potential energy (Section 8.6)
Energy Diagrams and Equilibrium of A System Section 8.7

# Lecture Wednesday, April 16:

Introduce momentum, impulse and momentum conservation. Start Chapter 9, Sections 9.1, 9.2, 9.3.
Note that we will be finishing Chapter 9 over the next few lectures and will go on to start studying rotational motion i.e., Ch 10 in the middle of next week.

# Lecture Friday, April 18:

Conservation of Momentum, Application of Conservation of Momentum in One Dimensional Elastic and Inelastic Collisions. Chapter Chapter 9, Up to Section 9.4.

# Lecture Monday, April 21:

Definition of Center of Mass (Sec 9.6); Motion of a System of Particles (Section 9.7)

# Lecture Wednesday, April 23:

Motion of center of mass, finish up discussion of Chapter 9

# Lecture Friday, April 25:

Finish Chapter 9, Collision in 2D and Motion of Cenetr of Mass
Some examples with calculating Cenetr of Mass
Start Chapter 10, discuss angular and linear quantities.

# Lecture Monday, April 28:

Rotational Kinematics, Chapter 10, Sections 10.1-10.2
Rotational Kinetic Energy and Moment of Inertia, Section 10.4

# Lecture Wednesday, April 30:

Parallel-Axis Theorem Chapter 10, Section 10.5;
Introduction to Torque, Section 10.6,
Start Section 10.7.

# Lecture Friday, May 2:

Finish Chapter 10, Several Examples of torque and angular acceleration etc.

# Lecture Monday, May 5:

Start Chapter 11, Rolling Motion, Section 11.1.

# Lecture Wednesday, May 7:

More examples of rolling motion +
Introduce Angular Momentum, Section 11.4
Note that I will cover 11.4 first, before doing
Section 11.3.
Intro to Conservation of Angular Momentum.

# Lecture Friday, May 9:

Continue with Angular Momentum, Section 11.3
Conservation of Angular Momentum. Section 11.5