Physics Lessons

 

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Number
Grade
   

Graphing Motion

   
Position-Time (d-t) Graphs    
Gr-1
11
Gr-2
11
Gr-3
11
Velocity-Time (v-t) Graphs    
Gr-4
11
Gr-5
11
Gr-6
11
Gr-7
11
Acceleration-Time (a-t) Graphs    
Gr-8
11
Summary of Graphing    
Gr-9
11
Using One Graph to Draw the Others    
Gr-10
11
Gr-11
11
   

Mathematical Operations

   
Conv-1
11&12
   

Acceleration Equations (Kinematics)

   
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Questions with objects moving forward and backward    
Kin-1
11&12
Kin-2
11&12
Sample problem that is very common on tests. An object speeds up and later slows down.
Kin-3
11&12
Kin-4
11&12
Kin-5
11&12
Sample problem where Superman races to catch up to a bullet
Kin-6
11&12
Questions with objects thrown up or falling down    
Kin-7
11&12
Sample problem with one ball dropping and a second one thrown down 1 s later.
Kin-8
11&12
Sample problem where Superman has to catch a falling student
Kin-9
11&12
This is a very tricky sample problem with 2 arrows shot up.
Kin-10
11&12
Problems with objects moving in a curve or circle    
Kin-11
11&12
This sample problem uses kinematics equations to solve for the acceleration and displacement on a Ferris wheel.
Kin-12
11&12
Kin-13
11&12
   

Vectors

   
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 Introduction to Vectors
Vect-1
11&12
Vect-2
11
Vect-3
11&12
 Vector Components
Vect-4
11&12
Vect-5
11&12
Vect-6
11&12
Vect-7
n
Adding/Subtracting Vectors with Components (Algebraic Method)
Vect-8
12
Vect-9
11&12
Vect-10
11&12
   

Relative Velocity

   
Simple Right Angles Problems
RelV-1
11&12
RelV-2
11&12
More Complex Problems
RelV-3
12
RelV-4
12
RelV-5
12
   

Free Body Diagrams

   
If you get good at these you can solve just about any Newton's law problems
FBD-1
11&12
FBD-2
11&12
FBD-2B
11&12
FBD-2C
11&12
FBD-3
11&12
FBD-4
11&12
FBD-5
11&12
FBD-6
11&12
FBD-7
11&12
FBD-8
11&12
FBD-9
11&12
FBD-10
11&12
   

Newton's Laws

   
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Newton's First and Second Law
Newt-1
11&12
Newt-2
11&12
Newt-3
11&12
Newt-4
11&12
Newt-5
11&12
Newt-6
11&12
Newt-7
11&12
Newt-8
11&12
Newt-9
11&12
Newton's Third Law
Newt-10
11&12
Newt-10B
11&12
Newt-10C
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.
Newt-11
11&12
A bullet is shot through a block in this sample problem.
Newt-12
11&12
Typical Newton's 2nd law problem with a helicopter lifting up a car.
Newt-13
12
This sample problem covers most cases of what happens in an elevator.
Newt-14
11&12
This sample problem has an elevator moving up and down with a person standing on a scale
Newt-15
11&12
Newt-16
12
Newt-17
12
This sample problem includes friction and a force at an angle.
Newt-18
12
This sample problem is a more tricky version of boxes being pulled and includes cute penguins
Newt-19
12
This is 1 of 2 tricky sample problems using stacked blocks, friction and free body diagrams
Newt-20
12
This is 2of 2 tricky sample problems using stacked blocks, friction and free body diagrams
Newt-21
12
Sometimes you can't use x and y-equations to solve a problem. This sample shows how to do this by adding the vectors which are at different angles.
Newt-22
12
Objects sliding down a hill or ramp
Ramp-1
12
Ramp-2
12
   

Pulley Systems

   
Simple Pulleys
Pull-1
12
Pull-2
12
Pull-3
12
Pull-4
12
Pull-5
12
Pull-6
12
More advanced look at this problem
Pull-7
 
Complex Multiple Pulley Systems
Pull-8
n
Pull-9
n
   

Centripetal (Circular) Motion

   
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Fc-1
12
Fc-2
12
Fc-3
12
Fc-4
12
Fc-5
12
Fc-6
12
Fc-7
12
Fc-8
12
Fc-9
12
Fc-10
12
   

Projectile Motion

   
Lessons
Proj-1
12
Proj-2
12
Proj-3
12
Proj-4
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.
Proj-5
12
How to calculate the maximum height of a projectile
Proj-6
12
Sample Problems
This problem is about an airplane dropping an object.
Proj-7
n
Bart Simpson tries to jump a gorge and the tricky part is finding the velocity
Proj-8
n
How to calculate the angle to shoot a projectile.
Proj-9
n
   

Collisions Using Momentum and Energy

   
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Momentum    
Objects crash into each other in a straight line
Col-1
12
Col-2
12
Objects crash into each other at an angle
Col-3
12
Col-4
12
Energy
Col-5
12
Col-6
12
Col-7
12
Col-8
12
Col-9
12
   

Energy, Power & Efficiency

   
Work, Kinetic and Gravitational Energy
NRG-1
11&12
NRG-2
11&12
NRG-3
11&12
NRG-4
11&12
NRG-5
11&12
Elastic (Spring) Energy
NRG-6
12
NRG-7
12
NRG-8
12
Power and Energy
POW-1
11
Efficiency and Energy
EFF-1
11
EFF-2
11
EFF-3
11
   

Newton's Universal Law of Gravity

   
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Grav-1
11&12
Grav-2
11&12
   

Planetary Mechanics

   
Kepler and Newton
PMech-1
12
PMech-2
12
PMech-3
12
Using Energy equations for objects put in orbit
PMech-4
12
PMech-5
12
PMech-6
12
Kinetic energy once a satellite is in orbit and the velocity of it in orbit
PMech-7
12
   

Electricity

   
Fomulas and simple calculations
An introduction to the most common formulas
Elec-1
11
How to use the formula Q=Ne
Elec-2
11
How to use the formula V=E/Q
Elec-3
11
How to use the formula I=Q/t
Elec-4
11
How to use the formula R=V/I
Elec-5
11
How length, area, and the material effects resistance
Elec-6
11
How to use the formula R= resistivity*L/A
Elec-7
11
How to use the 3 Power formulas
Elec-8
11
Using the rate of energy to calculate the cost of electricity
Elec-9
11
Electric Circuits: Series and Parrallel
Drawing circuits and the 4 parts
Elec-10
11
Putting in Volt and Ammeters in a circuit
Elec-11
11
How to calculate current in an electric circuit
Elec-12
11

How to calculate voltage in an electric circuit

Elec-13
11
How to calculate resistance in an electric circuit
Elec-14
11
Simple example of solving a circuit
Elec-15
11
More complex example of solving a circuit
Elec-16
11
   

Electromagnetism

   
Left and Right Hand Rules
How to find the magnetic field around a wire
EM-1
11
How to find the North end of an electromagnet
EM-2
11
How to find the direction of the motor force
EM-3
11
Generators and Transformers
How to find the direction electricity will flow
EM-4
11
How to find the direction electricity will flow
EM-5
11
How to do simple transformer calculations
EM-6
11
   

Waves (Light and Sound)

   
Properties of all types of waves
Wave-1
11&12
Wave-2
11&12
Wave-3
11&12
Wave-4
11&12
Wave-5
11&12
Wave-6
11&12
Wave-7
11&12
Wave-8
11&12
Wave-9
11&12
Wave-10
11&12
Sound Waves
Wave-11
11&12
Wave-12
11&12
Wave-13
11&12
Wave-14
11&12
Wave-15
11&12
Wave-16
12
Waves in 2 Dimensions (Interference)
Wave-17
12
Wave-18
12
Wave-19
12
Wave-20
12
Wave-21
12
   

Optics

   
Refraction of light
Opt-1
10
Opt-2
10
Opt-3
10
Curved Mirrors
Opt-4
10
Opt-5
10
Opt-6
10
Opt-7
10
Lenses
Opt-8
10
Opt-9
10
Opt-10
10
Opt-11
10
Opt-12
10
Opt-13
10
Opt-14
10
   

Graphing using Excel

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GrEx-1
11 & 12
GrEx-2
11 & 12
   

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