In theoretical physics and mathematical physics, analytical mechanics, or theoretical mechanics is a collection of closely related alternative formulations of classical mechanics.

- Kinematics of particle and rigid body in three dimension;
- Euler’s theorem. Work, Power, Energy, Conservative field of force, Motion in a resisting medium, Variable mass problem,
- Moving coordinate systems, Rate of change of a vector, Motion relative to the rotating Earth,
- The motion of a system of particles, Conservation laws, Generalized coordinates,
- Lagrange’s equations, Hamilton’s equations, Simple applications, Motion of a rigid body,
- Moments and products of inertia, Angular momentum, kinetic energy about a fixed point, Principal axes;
- Momental ellipsoid; Equimomental systems, Gyroscopic motion, Euler’s dynamical equations,
- Properties of a rigid body motion under no forces

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