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Understanding Physics For JEE Main & Advanced: Mechanics (Part - 1) is a comprehensive reference book on Physics applicable to IIT aspirants and students appearing for various competitive entrance examinations in Engineering, primarily the JEE.
Summary Of The Book
The JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is an all-India common entrance test conducted annually for entry into various engineering and architectural courses at the undergraduate level. Conducted at two levels, Main, and Advanced, the JEE Main helps students secure admission into institutes such as the IIIT (Indian Institute of Information Technology) and NITs (National Institute of Technology), while JEE Advanced is a prerequisite for entry into IITs (Indian Institute Of Technology) and ISM (Indian School Of Mines).
Understanding Physics For JEE Main & Advanced: Mechanics (Part - 1) is an exhaustive study guide in Physics, related to Mechanics, that guides, helps, and prepares students for the JEE entrance tests at both, Main and Advanced levels.
This comprehensive textbook focuses on detailed text matter pertaining to Mechanics in Physics, and is divided into 9 Chapters. Beginning with an introduction to the topics of Mechanics, as well as Basic Mathematics, and Measurements to readers, the book takes a look at topics including Laws of Motion, Circular Motion, and concepts of Work, Energy, and Power, Vectors, Units, Dimensions, and so on. Other topics covered in the book are Newton’s law of motion, Graphs, Pulleys, Types of Forces, Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy, Centre of Mass and Impulse.
Some key features of the book include, plenty of solved examples at levels 1 and 2, as well as highlighted additional points at the end of chapters to explain technical terms. The use of Introductory Exercises and sample examples within chapters, helps to balance the detailed theory with a practical approach to learning. Also, chapter-wise hints and solutions are mentioned at the end of the book.
Furthermore, care has been taken to include all types of questions to strengthen test taking abilities and conceptual knowledge of readers, by including Single Correct Option, Reason-Assertion, Subjective Questions, Match the Column, Comprehension, and Aptitude based questions.
With questions on Experimental Physics, the strongest feature of Understanding Physics for JEE Main & Advanced: Mechanics (Part - 1) is its well explained theory and text, supported by solved examples, illustrations, exercises, hints, additional points, that are beneficial not only from the exam point of view, but also for widening the knowledge base of students on the subject.
About D. C. Pandey
Renowned academic author and teacher D. C. Pandey currently works as the Director of an educational institute called Physics Point, in Chandigarh.
He is the author of many reference books on Physics, including Understanding Physics for JEE Main and Advanced: Waves & Thermodynamics, Optics and Modern Physics, Objective Physics For Medical Entrance Examinations 2013, Problems in Physics, and Objective Approach to Physics (Volume - 2).
D. C. Pandey completed his B.Tech Degree in Civil Engineering, and M.Tech Degree from Govind Ballabh Pant Krishi Evam Praudyogik Vishwavidyalaya, India.
Introduction: Mechanics Part 1
1. Basic Mathematics & Measurements
1.1 Basic Mathematics
1.2 Significant Figures
1.3 Error Analysis
1.4 Length Measuring Instruments
2. Units & Dimensions, Vectors
2.1 Units and Dimensions
2.2 Vector and Scalar Quantities
2.3 General Points Regarding Vectors
2.4 Addition & Subtraction of Two Vectors
2.5 The Components of a Vector
2.6 The Product of Two Vectors
3. Motion in One Dimension
3.1 Introduction to Mechanics & Kinematics
3.2 Basic Definitions
3.3 Motion in One, Two and Three Dimensions
3.4 Uniformly Accelerated Motion
3.5 Non-Uniformly Accelerated Motion
3.7 Relative Motion
4. Projectile Motion
4.1 Projectile Motion
4.2 Projectile Motion in an Inclined Plane
4.3 Relative Motion between Two Projectiles
5. Laws of Motion
5.1 Types of Forces
5.2 Free Body Diagram
5.4 Newton?s Law of Motion
5.6 Constraint Equations
5.7 Pseudo Forces
6. Work, Energy & Power
6.1 Introduction to Work
6.2 The Work Done
6.3 Conservative & Non-Conservative Force Field
6.4 Kinetic Energy
6.5 Works-Energy Theorem
6.6 Potential Energy
6.7 Law of Conservation of Mechanical Energy
6.8 Three Types of Equilibria
7. Circular Motion
7.1 Kinematics of Circular Motion
7.2 Dynamics of Circular Motion
7.3 Motion in a Vertical Circle
8. Centre of Mass, Conservation of Linear Momentum, Impulse and Collision
8.1 Centre of Mass
8.2 Law of Conservation of Linear Momentum
8.3 Variable Mass
Hints & Solutions
|Number of Pages||483 Pages|
|Exam||JEE Main & Advanced|
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