Hello there. I'm taking my first physics course which happens calc-based physics (Mechanics) this semester. I just finished reading about rotation of rigid bodies (angular momentum, velocity, etc) and I was wondering which topics in calc-based physics 1 I should understand thoroughly that are most important/relative to engineering. I still haven't decided which engineering field I'm going to study (I'm at a community college), but interested in Aerospace or Mechanical/Electrical. I'm planning to self study over the winter break as I feel I do not understand physics very well and will very much like to (it fascinates me, but it's a bit overwhelming sometimes). Any advice will be highly appreciated- I'm really determined to spend the time understanding physics. Thanks in advance.