Video
Description/Link 
Number 
Grade 



Graphing
Motion 





PositionTime
(dt) Graphs 



Gr1 
11 

Gr2 
11 

Gr3 
11 
VelocityTime
(vt) Graphs 



Gr4 
11 

Gr5 
11 

Gr6 
11 

Gr7 
11 
AccelerationTime
(at) Graphs 



Gr8 
11 
Summary
of Graphing 



Gr9 
11 
Using
One Graph to Draw the Others 



Gr10 
11 

Gr11 
11 



Mathematical
Operations 






Conv1 
11&12 



Acceleration
Equations (Kinematics) 


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to Topic List 


Questions
with objects moving forward and backward 



Kin1 
11&12 

Kin2 
11&12 
Sample
problem that is very common on tests. An object speeds up and
later slows down. 
Kin3 
11&12 

Kin4 
11&12 

Kin5 
11&12 
Sample
problem where Superman races to catch up to a bullet 
Kin6 
11&12 
Questions
with objects thrown up or falling down 



Kin7 
11&12 
Sample
problem with one ball dropping and a second one thrown down 1
s later. 
Kin8 
11&12 
Sample
problem where Superman has to catch a falling student 
Kin9 
11&12 
This
is a very tricky sample problem with 2 arrows shot up. 
Kin10 
11&12 
Problems
with objects moving in a curve or circle 



Kin11 
11&12 
This
sample problem uses kinematics equations to solve for the acceleration
and displacement on a Ferris wheel. 
Kin12 
11&12 

Kin13 
11&12 



Vectors 


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to Topic List 


Introduction
to Vectors 



Vect1 
11&12 

Vect2 
11 

Vect3 
11&12 
Vector
Components 



Vect4 
11&12 

Vect5 
11&12 

Vect6 
11&12 

Vect7 
n 
Adding/Subtracting
Vectors with Components (Algebraic Method) 



Vect8 
12 

Vect9 
11&12 

Vect10 
11&12 



Relative
Velocity 





Simple
Right Angles Problems 



RelV1 
11&12 

RelV2 
11&12 
More
Complex Problems 



RelV3 
12 

RelV4 
12 

RelV5 
12 

RelV6 
12 

RelV7 
12 



Free
Body Diagrams 





If
you get good at these you can solve just about any Newton's law
problems 



FBD1 
11&12 

FBD2 
11&12 

FBD2B 
11&12 

FBD2C 
11&12 

FBD3 
11&12 

FBD4 
11&12 

FBD5 
11&12 

FBD6 
11&12 

FBD7 
11&12 

FBD8 
11&12 

FBD9 
11&12 

FBD10 
11&12 



Newton's
Laws 


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to Topic List 


Newton's
First and Second Law 



Newt1 
11&12 

Newt2 
11&12 

Newt3 
11&12 

Newt4 
11&12 

Newt5 
11&12 

Newt6 
11&12 

Newt7 
11&12 

Newt8 
11&12 

Newt9 
11&12 
Newton's
Third Law 



Newt10 
11&12 

Newt10B 
11&12 

Newt10C 
11&12 
Sample
Problems for Newton's Laws 


A
sample problem with a car being pulled. Friction is used and the
problem is modified in the second half of the video. 
Newt11 
11&12 
A
bullet is shot through a block in this sample problem. 
Newt12 
11&12 
Typical
Newton's 2nd law problem with a helicopter lifting up a car. 
Newt13 
12 
This
sample problem covers most cases of what happens in an elevator. 
Newt14 
11&12 
This
sample problem has an elevator moving up and down with a person
standing on a scale 
Newt15 
11&12 

Newt16 
12 

Newt17 
12 
This
sample problem includes friction and a force at an angle. 
Newt18 
12 
This
sample problem is a more tricky version of boxes being pulled
and includes cute penguins 
Newt19 
12 
This
is 1 of 2 tricky sample problems using stacked blocks, friction
and free body diagrams 
Newt20 
12 
This
is 2of 2 tricky sample problems using stacked blocks, friction
and free body diagrams 
Newt21 
12 
Sometimes
you can't use x and yequations to solve a problem. This sample
shows how to do this by adding the vectors which are at different
angles. 
Newt22 
12 
Objects
sliding down a hill or ramp 



Ramp1 
12 

Ramp2 
12 



Pulley
Systems 





Simple
Pulleys 



Pull1 
12 

Pull2 
12 

Pull3 
12 

Pull4 
12 

Pull5 
12 

Pull6 
12 
More
advanced look at this problem 
Pull7 

Complex
Multiple Pulley Systems 



Pull8 
n 

Pull9 
n 



Centripetal
(Circular) Motion 


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to Topic List 



Fc1 
12 

Fc2 
12 

Fc3 
12 

Fc4 
12 

Fc5 
12 

Fc6 
12 

Fc7 
12 

Fc8 
12 

Fc9 
12 

Fc10 
12 



Projectile
Motion 





Lessons 



Proj1 
12 

Proj2 
12 

Proj3 
12 

Proj4 
12 
Simple
method to solve a projectile problem, but it only works if the
object lands at the same level as it was shot at. 
Proj5 
12 
How
to calculate the maximum height of a projectile 
Proj6 
12 
Sample
Problems 


This
problem is about an airplane dropping an object. 
Proj7 
n 
Bart
Simpson tries to jump a gorge and the tricky part is finding the
velocity 
Proj8 
n 
How
to calculate the angle to shoot a projectile. 
Proj9 
n 



Collisions
Using Momentum and Energy 


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Momentum 


Objects
crash into each other in a straight line 



Col1 
12 

Col2 
12 
Objects
crash into each other at an angle 



Col3 
12 

Col4 
12 
Energy 



Col5 
12 

Col6 
12 

Col7 
12 

Col8 
12 

Col9 
12 



Energy,
Power & Efficiency 





Work,
Kinetic and Gravitational Energy 



NRG1 
11&12 

NRG2 
11&12 

NRG3 
11&12 

NRG4 
11&12 

NRG5 
11&12 
Elastic
(Spring) Energy 



NRG6 
12 

NRG7 
12 

NRG8 
12 
Power
and Energy 



POW1 
11 
Efficiency
and Energy 



EFF1 
11 

EFF2 
11 

EFF3 
11 



Newton's
Universal Law of Gravity 


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to Topic List 



Grav1 
11&12 

Grav2 
11&12 



Planetary
Mechanics 





Kepler
and Newton 



PMech1 
12 

PMech2 
12 

PMech3 
12 
Using
Energy equations for objects put in orbit 



PMech4 
12 

PMech5 
12 

PMech6 
12 
Kinetic
energy once a satellite is in orbit and the velocity of it in
orbit 
PMech7 
12 



Electricity 





Fomulas
and simple calculations 


An
introduction to the most common formulas 
Elec1 
11 
How
to use the formula Q=Ne 
Elec2 
11 
How
to use the formula V=E/Q 
Elec3 
11 
How
to use the formula I=Q/t 
Elec4 
11 
How
to use the formula R=V/I 
Elec5 
11 
How
length, area, and the material effects resistance 
Elec6 
11 
How
to use the formula R= resistivity*L/A 
Elec7 
11 
How
to use the 3 Power formulas 
Elec8 
11 
Using
the rate of energy to calculate the cost of electricity 
Elec9 
11 
Electric
Circuits: Series and Parrallel 


Drawing
circuits and the 4 parts 
Elec10 
11 
Putting
in Volt and Ammeters in a circuit 
Elec11 
11 
How
to calculate current in an electric circuit 
Elec12 
11 
How
to calculate voltage in an electric circuit 
Elec13 
11 
How
to calculate resistance in an electric circuit 
Elec14 
11 
Simple
example of solving a circuit 
Elec15 
11 
More
complex example of solving a circuit 
Elec16 
11 



Electromagnetism 





Left
and Right Hand Rules 


How
to find the magnetic field around a wire 
EM1 
11 
How
to find the North end of an electromagnet 
EM2 
11 
How
to find the direction of the motor force 
EM3 
11 
How
to calculate the motor force 
EM4 
11 
Generators
and Transformers 


How
to find the direction electricity will flow 
EM5 
11 
How
to find the direction electricity will flow 
EM6 
11 
How
to do simple transformer calculations 
EM7 
11 
How
to do multiple transformer calculations 
EM8 
11 
How
to do transformer calculations if not 100% efficient 
EM9 
11 



Waves
(Light and Sound) 





Properties
of all types of waves 



Wave1 
11&12 

Wave2 
11&12 

Wave3 
11&12 

Wave4 
11&12 

Wave5 
11&12 

Wave6 
11&12 

Wave7 
11&12 

Wave8 
11&12 

Wave9 
11&12 

Wave10 
11&12 
Sound
Waves 



Wave11 
11&12 

Wave12 
11&12 

Wave13 
11&12 

Wave14 
11&12 

Wave15 
11&12 

Wave16 
12 
Waves
in 2 Dimensions (Interference) 



Wave17 
12 

Wave18 
12 

Wave19 
12 

Wave20 
12 

Wave21 
12 



Optics 





Refraction
of light 



Opt1 
10 

Opt2 
10 

Opt3 
10 
Curved
Mirrors 



Opt4 
10 

Opt5 
10 

Opt6 
10 

Opt7 
10 
Lenses 



Opt8 
10 

Opt9 
10 

Opt10 
10 

Opt11 
10 

Opt12 
10 

Opt13 
10 

Opt14 
10 



Graphing
using Excel 
Screen
shot video lessons NOT our tutorial lessons


GrEx1 
11
& 12 

GrEx2 
11
& 12 



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