# Any compilation of all classical physics concepts?

by tahayassen
Tags: classical, compilation, concepts, physics
P: 273
I understand many classical physics concepts but I feel like my understanding of the concepts are all scattered. I can't seem to make links between concepts. For example: I understand momentum, forces and energy, but I have trouble making any links between the ideas (other than the link that work is just force times a distance). It doesn't help that the concepts are always taught separately and the problems usually only involve a maximum of 2 concepts at a time.

Is there any resource or video like the one below but for classical physics?
 P: 123 Do you know how these formula's were derived? Knowing just a formula vs. KNOWING a formula (how it was derived, its consequences ect..) will lead to a much deeper knowledge. (you probably know this) Example: What is momentum? - It is the product of the mass of a body and its velocity. How does it relate to force? Well, lets day a force (F) pushes on a body for a time (t), the momentum of the body will be changed by a certain amount (due to how long its pushed on). So we say: Δp=FΔt, then we look at this from calculus differentiate it: F=dp/dt! but then one says, ohh...the change in p depends on a certain time! so, lets factor in t1 and t2 So then we can say: Δp= from t1 to t2 $\int$ F(t)dt ! Then you can see from this, we get: F=m(dv/dt) and since we know (dv/dt)=acceleration, then you can say: F=ma, and you have derived Newtons second law MIT has open course ware on physics I and II and they are a wealth of information. Walter Lewin derives many formulas with calculus and algebra. You can find the video's for free on youtube.