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Exploring the foundations of Classical and Quantum Mechanics, this overview delves into Newton's laws of motion, wave-particle duality, quantum entanglement, and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. It highlights the practical applications in engineering, electronics, and medical imaging, and discusses the historical shift from classical theories to quantum explanations in physics.

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## Classical Mechanics

### Laws of Motion

Newton's three laws of motion explain the behavior of macroscopic objects

### Applicability

Classical Mechanics is applicable to a wide range of phenomena, from planetary motion to engineering

### Deterministic Framework

Classical Mechanics allows for the prediction of future states of a system based on its current properties

## Quantum Mechanics

### Principles

Quantum Mechanics introduces principles such as wave-particle duality, superposition, entanglement, and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

### Counterintuitive Concepts

Quantum Mechanics challenges classical notions with its probabilistic approach and concepts like wave-particle duality and entanglement

### Applications

Quantum Mechanics has applications in electronics, medical imaging, and emerging technologies like quantum computing and encryption

## Evolution of Physics

### Transition from Classical to Quantum Mechanics

The development of Quantum Mechanics was prompted by the inadequacy of classical theories to explain certain experimental results

### Seminal Contributions

Max Planck's hypothesis of quantized energy levels and Albert Einstein's explanation of the photoelectric effect were crucial in the development of Quantum Mechanics

### Relationship between Classical and Quantum Mechanics

Classical Mechanics is a limiting case of Quantum Mechanics, applicable when quantum effects are negligible