### Notes from Toppers

**Simple Experiments Based on Basic Principles of Mechanics**

**1. Principles of Mechanics**

**NCERT Reference:**Chapter 5 (Laws of Motion) and Chapter 6 (Work, Energy, and Power) of Class 11 Textbook.

**2. Vector Analysis**

**NCERT Reference:**Chapter 10 (Vectors and Three-Dimensional Geometry) of Class 11 Textbook and Chapter 4 (Vector Algebra) of Class 12 Textbook.

**3. Circular Motion and Rotational Dynamics**

**NCERT Reference:**Chapter 7 (Rotational Motion) of Class 12 Textbook.

**4. Simple Harmonic Motion**

**NCERT Reference:**Chapter 15 (Oscillations) of Class 12 Textbook.

**5. Gravitation and Kepler’s Laws**

**NCERT Reference:**Chapter 8 (Gravitation) of Class 11 Textbook.

**6. Experiments**

**Hooke’s Law and Young’s Modulus:**NCERT Reference - Practical Section of Chapter 12 (Elasticity) of Class 11 Textbook.**Atwood’s Machine:**NCERT Reference - Practical Section of Chapter 5 (Laws of Motion) of Class 11 Textbook.**Inclined Plane:**NCERT Reference - Practical Section of Chapter 5 (Laws of Motion) of Class 11 Textbook.**Simple Pendulum:**NCERT Reference - Practical Section of Chapter 15 (Oscillations) of Class 12 Textbook.**Collision Experiments:**NCERT Reference - Practical Section of Chapter 6 (Work, Energy, and Power) of Class 11 Textbook.

**7. Applications of Mechanics**

**Levers, Pulleys, and Inclined Planes:**NCERT Reference - Chapter 8 (Gravitation) of Class 11 Textbook and Chapter 5 (Laws of Motion) of Class 11 Textbook.**Projectile Motion:**NCERT Reference - Chapter 3 (Motion in a Straight Line) of Class 11 Textbook.**Centrifugation:**NCERT Reference - Practical Section of Chapter 15 (Oscillations) of Class 12 Textbook.

**8. Dimensional Analysis**

**NCERT Reference:**Chapter 2 (Units and Measurements) of Class 11 Textbook.

**Note:** This outline provides a general idea of the key points and references to NCERT textbooks. Students are advised to use additional resources and practice materials to deepen their understanding and prepare comprehensively for the JEE exam.