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Classical Mechanics and Electromagnetism

Classical Mechanics, which study with the motion of bodies under the action of forces. This is often known as Newtonian mechanics as well.    

Electromagnetism, whose objective is to deal  how charges behave under the  influence of electric and magnetic fields as well as understand how charges can  make these fields

 

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