Physics

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Projectile motion, mechanics and electricity and magnetism. Solid understanding of algebra and a basic understanding of trigonometry necessary.

Course Curriculum

Introduction to motion Details 9:11
Introduction to motion (part 2) Details 9:38
Introduction to motion (part 3) Details 4:32
Projectile motion (part 1) Details 9:9
Projectile motion (part 2) Details 9:15
Projectile motion (part 3) Details 9:5
Projectile motion (part 4) Details 8:58
Projectile motion (part 5) Details 9:34
Projectile motion (part 6) Details 9:49
Projectile motion (part 7) Details 10:35
Projectile motion (part 8) Details 1:46
Projectile motion (part 9) Details 8:22
Projectile motion (part 10) Details 10:6
2 dimensional projectile motion (part 1) Details 9:20
2 dimensional projectile motion (part 2) Details 9:57
2-dimensional projectile motion (part 3) Details 9:14
2 dimensional projectile motion part 4 Details 9:6
2-dimensional projectile motion part 5 Details 4:7
Optimal angle for a projectile part 1 Details 5:50
Optimal angle for a projectile part 2 – Hangtime Details 4:12
Optimal angle for a projectile part 3 – Horizontal distance as a function of angle (and speed) Details 2:39
Optimal angle for a projectile part 4 Finding the optimal angle and distance with a bit of calculus Details 10:41
Newton’s First Law of Motion Details 9:28
Newton’s Second Law of Motion Details 9:49
Newton’s Third Law of Motion Details 9:20
Newton’s Laws Problems (part 1) Details 9:17
Newton’s Laws Examples (part 2) Details 9:23
Newton’s Laws Details 9:55
Newton’s Laws and vectors Details
Force with Vectors Details
Introduction to Tension Details 10:20
Tension (part 2) Details 10:19
Mass on Inclined Plane Details
Introduction to friction Details
Friction on an inclined plane Details
A more complicated friction/inclined plane problem Details
Tension in an accelerating system and pie in the face Details 9:29
Moving pulley problem (part 1) Details
Moving pulley problem (part 2) Details
Introduction to Momentum Details 9:18
Momentum: Ice skater throws a ball Details 6:1
2-dimensional momentum problem Details 10:36
2-dimensional momentum problem (part 2) Details 9:33
Introduction to work and energy Details 9:18
Work and Energy (part 2) Details 9:52
Conservation of Energy Details 10:7
Work/Energy problem with Friction Details 10:5
Introduction to mechanical advantage Details 10:2
Mechanical Advantage (part 2) Details 6:50
Mechanical Advantage (part 3) Details 10:35

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