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Dynamic systems in physics encompass the study of objects and forces in motion, subject to conservation laws like energy and momentum. These systems are categorized as open, closed, or isolated, based on their interaction with the environment. Equilibrium states, both static and dynamic, are crucial for understanding system stability. Discrete dynamical systems are also explored, evolving in stepwise fashion and modeled using difference equations.

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## Definition of a System

### Boundaries of a System

Boundaries are crucial in defining a system and separating it from its surroundings

### Conservation Laws

Fundamental Conservation Laws

Conservation laws dictate the constancy of physical quantities within an isolated system

Types of Conservation Laws

Conservation laws include energy, mass, electric charge, linear momentum, and angular momentum

### Interactions within a System

Interactions involve forces and energy exchanges between the system and its environment or components within the system

## Classification of Systems

### Open Systems

Open systems can exchange both energy and matter with their surroundings

### Closed Systems

Closed systems allow the transfer of energy but not matter

### Isolated Systems

Isolated systems do not exchange energy or matter with their surroundings

## Dynamic Systems

### Motion and Change

Dynamic systems are characterized by their capacity for motion and change, influenced by various forces and interactions

### Equilibrium

Equilibrium is achieved when all forces and torques are balanced, resulting in no net acceleration

### Discrete Dynamical Systems

Discrete dynamical systems evolve in stepwise fashion, with changes occurring at separate, distinct moments in time