### Notes from Toppers

**Problem Solving on the Law of Motion**

**Newton’s Laws of Motion:**

- (
**NCERT 11th, Chapter 5**)**Newton’s First Law**: Inertia.**Newton’s Second Law**: Force = Mass x Acceleration (F=ma).**Newton’s Third Law**: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

**Reference:**NCERT 11th, Chapter 5.

**Dynamics and Kinetics:**

- (
**NCERT 11th, Chapter 6**)**Kinematics(Graphs)**:- Distance/Displacement vs Time Graphs (x-t).
- Velocity vs Time Graphs (v-t).
- Acceleration vs Time Graphs (a-t).

**Types of Motion**: Uniform and Accelerated Motion.

**Reference:**NCERT 11th, Chapter 6.

**Equilibrium and Static Force Analysis:**

- (
**NCERT 11th, Chapter 6**)- Conditions of Equilibrium.
- Balanced Forces vs. Unbalanced Forces.
- Static Equilibrium Equations.

**Reference:**NCERT 11th, Chapter 6.

**Friction and Inclined Planes:**

- (
**NCERT 11th, Chapter 7**)- Static Friction and Kinetic Friction.
- Coefficient of Friction.
- Inclined Planes: Parallel and Perpendicular Components.
- Applying Newton’s Laws to Inclined Planes.

**Reference:**NCERT 11th, Chapter 7.

**Momentum and Impulse:**

- (
**NCERT 11th, Chapter 8**)- Concept of Momentum (Linear Momentum).
- Conservation of Momentum.
- Impulse and its Relationship with Change in Momentum.
- Perfectly Inelastic Collisions vs. Elastic Collisions.

**Reference:**NCERT 11th, Chapter 8.

**Projectile Motion:**

- (
**NCERT 12th, Chapter 3**)- Projectile Motion and Its Components.
- Equations for Projectile Motion (Launch Angle, Range, and Time).
- Trajectories and Range of Objects.

**Reference:**NCERT 12th, Chapter 3.