Physics – tutorial supports (video)

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

2-dimensional momentum problem

2-dimensional momentum problem (part 2)


Acceleration of Aircraft Carrier Takeoff

Airbus A380 Take-off Distance

Airbus A380 Take-off Time

Amplitude, Period, Frequency and Wavelength of Periodic Waves

Average Velocity for Constant Acceleration

Calculating Average Velocity or Speed

Calculating dot and cross products with unit vector notation

Calculus proof of centripetal acceleration formula


Center of Mass

Centripetal Acceleration (part 3)

Centripetal Force and Acceleration Intuition

Circuits (part 1)

Circuits (part 2)

Circuits (part 3)

Circuits (part 4)

Clearing the Green Monster at Fenway

Concave Lenses

Conservation of angular momemtum

Conservation of Energy

Convex Lens Examples

Convex Lenses

Convex Parabolic Mirrors

Correction to Force of Friction Keeping the Block Stationary

Correction to Total Final Velocity for Projectile

Cross product 1

Cross Product 2

Cross Product and Torque

Deriving Displacement as a Function of Time, Acceleration and Initial Velocity

Deriving Max Projectile Displacement Given Time

Different Way to Determine Time in Air

Displacement from Time and Velocity Example

Doppler effect formula for observed frequency

Doppler effect formula when source is moving away

Dot vs. Cross Product

Electric Potential Energy

Electric Potential Energy (part 2– involves calculus)

Electrostatics (part 1): Introduction to Charge and Coulomb’s Law

Electrostatics (part 2)

Fluids (part 1)

Fluids (part 10)

Fluids (part 11)

Fluids (part 12)

Fluids (part 2)

Fluids (part 3)

Fluids (part 4)

Fluids (part 5)

Fluids (part 6)

Fluids (part 7)

Fluids (part 8)

Fluids (part 9)

Force of Friction Keeping the Block Stationary

Force of Friction Keeping Velocity Constant

Gravitation (part 2)

Gravity for Astronauts in Orbit

Green Monster at Fenway Part 2

Harmonic Motion Part 2 (calculus)

Harmonic Motion Part 3 (no calculus)

Ice Accelerating Down an Incline

Impact Velocity From Given Height

Inclined Plane Force Components

Intro to springs and Hooke’s Law

Introduction to Gravity

Introduction to Harmonic Motion

Introduction to Magnetism

Introduction to mechanical advantage

Introduction to Momentum

Introduction to Newton’s Law of Gravitation

Introduction to Tension

Introduction to the Doppler Effect

Introduction to Torque

Introduction to Vectors and Scalars

Introduction to Waves

Introduction to work and energy

Intuition on Static and Kinetic Friction Comparisons

Launching and Landing on Different Elevations

Loop De Loop Question

Mach Numbers

Magnetism 10: Electric Motors

Magnetism 11: Electric Motors

Magnetism 12: Induced Current in a Wire

Magnetism 2

Magnetism 3

Magnetism 4

Magnetism 5

Magnetism 6: Magnetic field due to current

Magnetism 7

Magnetism 8

Magnetism 9: Electric Motors

Mass and Weight Clarification

Mechanical Advantage (part 2)

Mechanical Advantage (part 3)


Moments (part 2)

Momentum: Ice skater throws a ball

Moving pulley problem (part 1)

Moving pulley problem (part 2)

Newton’s First Law of Motion

Newton’s Second Law of Motion

Newton’s Third Law of Motion

Normal Force and Contact Force

Normal Force in an Elevator

Object Image and Focal Distance Relationship (Proof of Formula)

Object Image Height and Distance Relationship

Optimal angle for a projectile part 1

Optimal angle for a projectile part 2 – Hangtime

Optimal angle for a projectile part 3 – Horizontal distance as a function of angle (and speed)

Optimal angle for a projectile part 4 Finding the optimal angle and distance with a bit of calculus

Parabolic Mirrors 2

Parabolic Mirrors and Real Images

Plotting Projectile Displacement, Acceleration, and Velocity

Potential energy stored in a spring

Projectile at an Angle

Projectile Height Given Time

Projectile Motion with Ordered Set Notation

Projectile Motion with Unit Vectors

Projectile Motion with Unit Vectors (part 2)

Projectile on an Incline

Proof (Advanced): Field from infinite plate (part 1)

Proof (Advanced): Field from infinite plate (part 2)

Race Cars with Constant Speed Around Curve

Refraction and Snell’s Law

Refraction in Water

Relationship between angular velocity and speed

Snell’s Law Example 2

Snell’s Law Examples 1

Solving for Time

Specular and Diffuse Reflection

Specular and Diffuse Reflection 2

Spring potential energy example (mistake in math)

Static and Kinetic Friction Example

Tension (part 2)

Tension in an accelerating system and pie in the face

The dot product

Thermodynamics (part 1)

Thermodynamics (part 2)

Thermodynamics (part 3)

Thermodynamics (part 4)

Thermodynamics (part 5)

Total Displacement for Projectile

Total Final Velocity for Projectile

Total Internal Reflection

Unit Vector Notation

Unit Vector Notation (part 2)

Unit Vectors and Engineering Notation

Virtual Image

Visual Understanding of Centripetal Acceleration Formula

Visualizing Vectors in 2 Dimensions


When the source and the wave move at the same velocity

Why Distance is Area under Velocity-Time Line

Work and Energy (part 2)

Work/Energy problem with Friction

Would a Brick or Feather Fall Faster

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