Motion in Two Dimensions is the third book in The Physics Classroom's Tutorial Series. The book presents concepts using a down-to-earth style and an easy-to-understand language. Informative graphics, animations and loads of interactivity will greet the reader on every page. In its usual manner, The Physics Classroom embraces a concepts-first approach. At the same time, they do not shy away from mathematical ideas and problem-solving. Topics covered in the book include:
Vector Direction
Vector Addition
Vector Components
Vector Resolution
Independence of Perpendicular Components
Projectile Motion Characteristics
Projectile Mathematics
Projectile Problem Solving
Addition of Forces
Equilibrium
Net Force Problems
Inclined Planes
Two-Body Problems