Calculator Tutorial VideosChapter 2 Uniform 1D motionChapter 3 Acceleration 1D Motion Section 3.1 (19:49)  Types of velocity and acceleration particle model (alternate link)
 Section 3.1 part 2 (6:31)  A continuation of 3.1 (alternate link)
 Superman Jump (5:44)  Graphical approach to solving constant acceleration problems. (alternate link)
 JoeJump (4:43)  Can you be accelerating and not moving at the same time? The answer is Yes, btw. (alternate link)
 Solving Problems the "old way"
 Acceleration Problems (20:01)
 A walkthrough of a few problems from the book. I ran out of time on
the last one, so I didn't get a chance to describe why the answer is
twice as big as the equation says it is. You'll just have to go back
into your notes for that. (alternate link)
 Acceleration Quiz (10:32)  A quick walkthrough of the Acceleration Quiz. There were four different forms of the quiz. The only difference between them was the numbers. The setup is the same even if your numbers are different. (alternate link)
 Applying Concepts (17:26)  Here's the explanation for the problems we worked in class. This should help review for the test. (alternate link)
Chapter 4 Dynamics 1D ForcesChapter 56 Forces and Motion in 2D
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