- One dimentional motion - Acceleration & Displacement
- One dimentional motion - Kinetic & Projectile
- Acceleration of aircraft take-off
- Average velocity for constant acceleration
- Deriving displacement as a function of time, acceleration, and initial velocity
- Deriving max projectile displacement given time
- Plotting projectile displacement, acceleration, and velocity
- Projectile height given time
- Impact velocity given height
- Viewing g as the value of Earth's gravitational field near the surface
- Projectile motion (part 1)
- Projectile motion (part 2)
- Projectile motion (part 3)
- Projectile motion (part 4)
- Projectile motion (part 5)

- Two dimentional motion - Projectile
- Horizontally launched projectile
- Launching and landing on different elevations
- Projectile on an incline
- Projectile at an angle
- Optimal angle for a projectile part 1 Components of initial velocity
- 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 0optimal angle and distance with a bit of calculus
- Correction to total final velocity for projectile
- Different way to determine time in air
- Projectile motion with ordered set notation
- Total displacement for projectile
- Unit vector notation
- Unit vector notation 2
- Unit vectors and egineering notation
- Visualising vectors in 2 dimentions
- Total final velocity for projectile

- Two dimentional motion - Acceleration
- Centripetal force and acceleration intuition
- Loop de loop question
- Loop de loop answer part 1
- Loop de loop answer part 2
- Optimal turns at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with JR Hildebrand
- Race cars with constant speed around a curve
- Visual understanding of centripetal acceleration formula
- Calculus proof of centripetal acceleration formula
- Energy skate park basics workshop

- Newtons laws of motion
- Normal contact force
- Balanced & unbalanced forces
- Lubricon VI
- Inclined planes friction
- Inclined plane force components
- Force of friction keeping velocity constant
- Force of friction keeping the block stationary
- Ice accelerating down an incline
- Intuition on static and kinectic friction comparisons
- Correction to force of friction keeping the block stationary
- Static and kinetic friction example

- Tension

- Density and pressure
- Buoyant force and archimedes principle
- Fluid dynamics
- Surface tensiion and adhesion
- Bernoulli's equation (part 1)
- Bernoulli's equation (part 2)
- Bernoulli's equation (part 3)
- Bernoulli's equation (part 4)
- Bernoulli's example problem
- Turbulance at high velocities and Reynolds number
- Venturi effect and Pitot tubes
- Viscosity and Poiseuille flow
- Valan Volume flow rate an equation of continuity

- Temp. kinetic theory ideal gas law
- Specific heat and heat transfer
- Laws of thermodynamics
- First law of thermodynamics - internal enegy
- Entropy intuition
- More on entropy
- Macrostates and microstates
- Maxwells demon
- More on internal energy
- Carnot cycle and Carnot engine
- Carnot efficiency - reversing the cycle
- Carnot efficiency - Proving that it is the most efficient
- Efficiency of a Carnot engine
- Work done by isothermic process
- Work from expansion
- Thermodynamic entropy definition clarification
- Reconciling thermodynamic and state definitions of entropy
- Proof volume ratios in a carnot cycle
- Proof S (or entropy) is a valid state variable
- Proof U
- PV-diagrams and expansion work
- Quasistatic and reversible processes

- Newtonian gravity
- Introduction to Newton's law of gravitation
- Would a brick or feather fall faster
- Gravity for astronauts in orbit
- Acceleration due to gravity at the space station
- Space station speed in orbit
- Gravity and orbits workshop
- Intro. to gravity
- Gravitation 2
- Mass and weight clarification
- Gravity force workshop

- Reflection refraction
- Mirrors & lenses
- Concave lenses
- Convex lenses
- Convex lens example
- Convex parabolic mirrors
- Parabolic mirrors and real images
- Parabolic mirrors 2
- Diopters, Aberration, and the Human Eye
- Object image height and distance relationship
- Object image and focal distance relationship (proof of formula)
- Multiple lens systems
- Thin lens equation and problem solving
- Vitual image

- Answers
- Physics S2 exam 2009
- Physics S2 exam 2009 solutions
- Polarity - plus answers
- Electric-current-circuits-multiple-choice
- Magnetism-multiple-choice
- Motion Notes Answers
- Physics 11 Semester 1 Exam
- Physics 11 Semester 2 Exam
- Physics 3 A3B Sem 2 Exam 2010
- Physics 3 A3B Sem 2 Exam 2010
- PHYSICS 12 Projectile Motion Test
- PHYSICS 12 Projectile Motion Test
- PHYSICS 12 Projectile Motion Test
- Physics 3 A3B Sem 2 Exam 2010 SOLUTIONS
- Practice Multiple Choice 2013
- Quiz-8
- Rotational motion paper-1
- Work energy 2012

- Workshops
- Area buider
- Atomic interactions
- Balancing act
- Balancing chemical equations
- Balloons and sattic electricity
- Beers law
- Bending light
- Build an atom
- Charges and fields
- Colour vision
- Concentration
- Energy skate park basics
- Faradays law
- Forces and motion basics
- Friction
- Graphing lines
- Gravity and orbits
- Gravity force
- John travoltage
- Molarity
- Molecules and lightp
- Ohms law
- Reactants, products and leftovers
- Resistance in a wire
- States of matter basics
- States of matter
- Under pressure
- Wave on a string

- Revise
- Test
- Gravitation
- Kinetic Theory of Gases
- Kinetic Theory of Gases 2
- Kinetic Theory of Gases 3
- Physics Model Question Paper 1
- Physics Model Question Paper 2
- Physics Model Question Paper 3
- Physics Model Question Paper 4
- Physics Model Question Paper 5
- Physics Model Question Paper 6
- Physics Model Question Paper 7
- Physics Model Question Paper 8
- Physics Model Question Paper 9
- Physics Model Question Paper 10
- Physics Model Question Paper 11
- Physics Model Question Paper 12
- Physics Model Question Paper 13
- Physics Model Question Paper 14
- Physics Model Question Paper 15
- Physics Model Question Paper 16
- Physics Model Question Paper 17
- Physics Model Question Paper 18
- Physics Model Question Paper 20
- Radiation questions 1
- Radiation questions 2

- All Things Electro
- Battery Meter - Galvanometer
- Electrostatics
- Electrode - Distance Test
- Electrode - Surface Area Test
- Electrolyte - Salt Test
- Electrolyte - Strong Acid Test
- Electrolyte - Temperature Test
- Electrolyte - Pure Water V's Vinegar
- Electrostatic Telegraph - Case Study
- Foil Leaf Electroscope
- How Much Electrolyte Does A Single Cell Need
- Pith Ball Electroscope
- Reverse Electrodes - Polarity
- Standard Cell

- All Things Magnetic
- Are 2 Magnets Stronger Than 1
- Compass - Which Way Is North
- Compass Interaction
- Discovery Of Electromagnetism
- Discovery Of Magnetic Field
- Discovery Of Magnetism
- Earth's Magnetic Field How To Measure
- Electromagnetic Field - Above V's Below
- Electromagnetic Field - Forward V's Reverse
- Floating Magnet
- Increase Strength Of Magnet
- Magnet Near Compass
- Magnet Permeability
- Neutralise A Compass
- The Battery And Electromagnetism
- Tracing Magnetic Field

- Load, Resistnace & Motors
- Build It

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