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Language: English

Professors: Default Professor

Units: 85

Lesson content
Module 02_01
Module 03_01 What is a vector, what is a scalar?
Module 03_02 Cartesian and Polar coordinates.
Module 03_03 Vector A and -A.
Module 03_04 Addition of vectors.
Module 04_01 Throw two objects at different times with different speeds. Do they collide?
Module 04_02 Finding acceleration and position using the V vs T diagram.
Module 04_03 Subtraction of vectors.
Module 05_01 Instantaneous Acceleration: 1-Dimensional & 3-Dimensional.
Module 06_01 Calculate how far and how high a kicked soccer ball goes.
Module 06_02 An astronaut on the moon throws a stone.
Module 07_01
Module 07_02 Calculate tension in a rope given sag.
Module 08_01 Block sliding down a wedge.
Module 08_02
Module 08_03 Resistive Forces: Air Drag, Liquids, Spherical Objects.
Module 08_04 Resistive Forces: Air Drag, Liquids, Spherical Objects.
Module 08_05 Air Drag on a Small Oil Drop.
Module 08_06
Module 09_01
Module 09_02 Finding Angular Frequency and Velocity.
Module 10_01 A satellite is in orbit around the earth. What is the period of the satellite?
Module 10_02
Module 11_01 Pulling a mass up a ramp.
Module 11_02
Module 12_01 A particle moving with constant velocity.
Module 12_02 Multiplication of vectors, Dot products.
Module 12_03 Perpendicular vectors; Zero Dot Product
Module 12_04 Work as a Dot Product.
Module 12_05 Dot Product of Vector with Itself.
Module 13_01 A projectile launched over level ground.
Module 13_02 A spring obeying Hooke's Law.
Module 13_03 Gravitational force and potential energy.
Module 14_01 Two masses connected by a spring are compressed and put in motion.
Module 14_02 Car on a looping rollercoaster.
Module 14_03 An Inuit child is using her parents' hemispherical igloo as a slide.
Module 14_04 Conservative and Non-Conservative Forces.
Module 15_01 Finding the angle in a modified pendulum.
Module 15_02 A block attached to a wall with a spring.
Module 15_03 Two springs with an object between them.
Module 15_04 What is Simple Harmonic Oscilation (SHO)?
Module 15_05 What SHO requires?
Module 15_06 SHO example: Spring
Module 15_07 SHO Initial conditions
Module 15_08 SHO Angular Frequency vs. Angular Velocity
Module 15_09 SHO Pendulum, Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Module 16_01 Momentum concepts.
Module 16_02 A fire hydrant delivers water at a volume flow rate.
Module 17_01 Two people passing an ice block back and forth on ice.
Module 17_02 Center of mass explanation and overview.
Module 17_03 Center of Mass Overview.
Module 18_01 Elastic collision of sliders with unequal masses, one at rest.
Module 18_02 Elastic collision of pucks with unequal masses and different velocities.
Module 19_01 Heat produced by a bicycle pump.
Module 20_01 General analysis of moment of inertia.
Module 20_02 General analysis of moment of inertia.
Module 20_03 General analysis of moment of inertia.
Module 20_04 General analysis of moment of inertia.
Module 20_05 General analysis of moment of inertia.
Module 20_06 General analysis of moment of inertia.
Module 20_07 General analysis of moment of inertia.
Module 20_08 General analysis of moment of inertia.
Module 20_09 General analysis of moment of inertia.
Module 20_10 General analysis of moment of inertia.
Module 21_01 General analysis of torque.
Module 21_02 Two blocks on rough slopes, connected by a pulley.
Module 21_03 Cross Product of Vectors, Corkscrew Rule.
Module 21_04 Cross Product of Vectors with Itself.
Module 21_05 Right Handed Coordinate System.
Module 22_01 Torque and Simple Harmonic Motion.
Module 22_02 Angular momentum of a conical pendulum.
Module 22_03 SHO/Period T vs. P Tension (T).
Module 23_01 Balancing a mass with rope and pulleys.
Module 23_02 Requirement for Static Equilibrium: Forces, Torques.
Module 24_01 Torque is the Time Derivative of Angular Momentum.
Module 25_01 General overview of angular momentum and conservation thereof.
Module 25_02 Figure Skater.
Module 26_01 An airplane touches down. Describe what happens to the wheels.
Module 27_01 Analyze the motion of a general yo-yo.
Module 27_02 Analyze the motion of a yo-yo.
Module 27_03 Skidding car.
Module 27_04 Hit Rod on Frictionless Surface.
Module 27_05 Hit Rod on Frictionless Surface.
Module 27_06 Hit Ball on Frictionless Surface.
Module 28_01 Rocket orbiting the earth, looking to dispose of nuclear waste by firing it into the sun.

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