Calculator Tutorial Videos
Unit 2 Constant Velocity Particle Model
Unit 3 Free Particle Model (Balanced Forces)
- Newton's First Law (9:41) - Discussion of inertia and Newt's First Law. Includes some demos from class. (alternate link)
- Quickcast - Intro to Forces (7:08) - Screencast lecture covering the First Rule of Forces and naming forces.
- Quickcast - Types of Forces 1 (7:02) - Quick video defining some different types of contact forces and the direction the push/pull.
- Quickcast - Types of Forces 2 (6:22) - More types of forces shown and defined. We also start using our full agent object force notation.
- Interacting Force Diagrams (9:26) - What happens when you have more than one object?
- System Schema (21:03) - How System Schema can help us identify interactions (forces) between objects.
- Quick Cast - Force Components (6:37) - Just a quick look at components of forces.
- 2D Force Diagrams (14:55) - In this video we look at identifying types and magnitudes of forces on a ramp and then we introduce the idea of vector components.
- Lecture Capture - Videos captured during lecture
- Introduction to Force Diagrams (7:17) - This was our first look at how to draw force diagrams and how to properly label our force vectors.
- Force pairs (12:12) - When one box sits on top of another box they push on each other. How do those forces compare?
- Old Stuff:
Unit 4 Uniformly Accelerated Particle Model
- Solving with Graphs (9:51) - This was actually a video I used for Sub-Plans on 1/20/14. It introduces using v-t and a-t graphs to solve problems.
- 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)
- Old Videos:
Unit 5 Net Force
Unit 6/7 2-D Motion and Central Net Force
Unit 7/8 Conservation of Energy
Chapter 14 Periodic Motion
Chapter 15 Sound
Chapter 16 Light
Chapter 17 Mirrors
Chapter 20 Static Electricity
Chapter 22 Current Electricity
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