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Lagrangian mechanics and the principle of least action. Kinematics.

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Wanna learn more about Lagrangian mechanics? Here are some excellent sources:

American Journal of Physics, Vol. 71, No. 4, pp. 386–391, April 2003

Script written by Jules Rankin @Jules_Rankin
Animations by Min Andy Choi @minandychoi


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