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Classical Physics
 
01 Classical Physics
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02 Scalars, Vectors, and Vector Operations
4723
 
03 Position/Velocity/Acceleration
Position/Velocity/Acceleration Part 1: Definitions
4789
 
04 Position/Velocity/Acceleration
Position/Velocity/Acceleration Part 2: Graphical Analysis
4790
 
05 Horizontal Motion
Kinematics Part 1: Horizontal Motion
4803
 
06 Vertical Motion
Kinematics Part 2: Vertical Motion
4804
 
07 Projectile Motion
Kinematics Part 3: Projectile Motion
4805
 
08 Practice Problems and Strategy
Kinematics Part 4: Practice Problems and Strategy
4806
 
09 Relative Motion and Inertial Reference Frames
Relative Motion and Inertial Reference Frames
4807
 
10 What are Forces?
#listening
4808
 
11 Newton's First Law of Motion: Mass and Inertia
Newton's First Law of Motion: Mass and Inertia
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12 Newton's Second Law of Motion
Newton's Second Law of Motion: F = ma
4810
 
13 Newton's Third Law of Motion: Action and Reaction
Newton's Third Law of Motion: Action and Reaction
4811
 
14 Mass vs. Weight and the Normal Force
→ inertia, parlance, appreciable, exert
4812
 
15 Frictional Forces: Static and Kinetic
Frictional Forces: Static and Kinetic
4813
 
16 Work and Energy
Work and Energy
4814
 
Proverbs and Quotes in English
Short sentences and easy words.
 
17 Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy
Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy
4815
 
Dznibekov effect
16099
 
experiments
Center of Mass and StabilityForce TableInclined PlaneLever
 
Modern Physics
introduction
14982
 
Relativity
Debunking Special Relativity 1Debunking Special Relativity 2
 
waves
electromagnetic wave spectrumColor and RefractionElectric Charge and Electric FieldsElectric Potential, Current, and Resistanceelectromagnetic wave radiationElectromagnetismHow Earth MovesInterference, Reflection, and Diffractionlightlight and colorMagnets and Magnetic FieldsNewton's Prism ExperimentParticle PhysicsPolarization of LightQuantum Mechanics and the Schrodinger EquationSpeed of LightStanding Waves and HarmonicsThe Double-Slit ExperimentThe Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle Part 1The Periodic TableWhat is Light?※Listionary
 
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