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Physics for electrical engineering: Which topic should I start from?

  1. Jan 27, 2010 #1
    I'm already half way through electrical engineering undergraduate course (I have taken subjects like circuit analysis and electromagnetic theory), and I am thinking of reviewing these subjects. For this, I also need to review physics. However, I don't know which topic should I start from. I want to study as much physics as is needed for electrical engineering subjects. Should I skip topics mostly related to mechanical engineering, like linear motion, projectile motion, laws of gravity, momentum, work, energy, harmonic motion, thermodynamics, fluid, optics, etc. and start directly from those relating to electrostatics?
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