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Physics

Chapter 2: Motion in One Dimension
2.1 Definitions   2.1.4 - Reference Frames and Relative Speed
2.2 Graphing Position vs Time   2.2.2 - Graphing Distance vs Time
2.7 Falling Bodies   2.7.4a - Falling Bodies - Dropping a Piano
  2.7.4e - Falling Bodies - A Rock Thrown
  2.7.4h - A Rock is Droped off a Cliff
  2.7.4i - Falling Bodies - A Boy Fires a Slingshot
  2.7.4j - Falling Bodies - A Chinese Vase is Thrown
  2.7.4l - Falling Bodies - A Persian Vase is Thrown

Chapter 3: Motion in Two Dimensions
3.5 Projectile Motion   3.5.2a - Projectile Motion Concepts
  3.5.3a - Example - Speedy Drives off a Cliff
  3.5.3b - Example - A Piano is Thrown into the Air
  3.5.3e - Dropping a Bomb - Projectile Motion
  3.5.4a - Projectile Practice Problem 1
  3.5.4b - Projectile Practice Problem 2
  3.5.4c - Projectile Practice Problem 3
  3.5.4d - Projectile Practice Problem 4
  3.5.4e - Projectile Practice Problem 5
  3.5.4f - Projectile Practice Problem 6
  3.5.4g - Projectile Practice Problem 7
  3.5.4h - Projectile Practice Problem 8

Chapter 4: Newton`s Laws
4.2 Inertia   4.2.2b - How To Yank a Tablecloth
  4.2.2c - Yanking a Tablecloth from Under the Dishes
4.7 Friction   4.7.3a - Friction Example 1
  4.7.3b - Friction Example 2
  4.7.3c - Friction Example 3
  4.7.3d - Friction Example 4
  4.7.3f - Friction Example 6
  4.7.4a - Friction Practice Problems 1 - 2
  4.7.4b - Friction Practice Problems 3 - 4
  4.7.3e - Friction Example 5

Chapter 8: Gravity
8.1 Law of Universal Gravitation   8.1.01a - Isaac Newton- Historical Background
  8.1.03a - The Inverse Square Law

Chapter 9: Temperature and Heat
9.9 Calorimetry   9.09a - Calorimetry
  9.09b - Calorimetry Example 1
  9.09c - Example 1
  9.09d - Difficult Example
  9.09e - Difficult Example
  9.09f - Difficult Example
  9.09g - Calorimetry Example 2
  9.09h - Calorimetry Example 3
  9.09i - Calorimetry Example 4

Chapter 10: Waves and Sound
10.4 The Dopper Effect   10.4.1c - Doppler Effect Rendering - Mach 0.7

Chapter 11: Optics
11.1 Reflection   11.1.1a - Reflection
  11.1.1b - The Law of Reflection
  11.1.2a - Image Formation
  11.1.3a - Spherical and Parabolic Mirrors
  11.1.3b - Parabolic Reflectors
11.2 Refraction   11.2.1a - Refraction
  11.2.2a - Index of Refraction
  11.2.2b - Index of Refraction
  11.2.3a - Snell`s Law
  11.2.3b - Snell's Law Example
  11.2.3c - Snell's Law, Another Example
11.3 Lenses   11.3.1a - Lenses, Part 1
  11.3.1b - Lenses, Part 2

Chapter 12: Electricity
12.1 Electric Charge   12.1.4a - Positive and Negative Objects
  12.1.4b - Charging by Induction
  12.1.5a - Conductors and Insulators
  12.1.6a - Lightning, Part 1
  12.1.6b - Lightning, Part 2
  12.1.6c - Lightning, Part 3
  12.2.1a - Coulomb`s Law
  12.2.1b - Coulomb`s Law - Simple Examples
12.2 Coulomb`s Law   12.2.2a - Elementary Charge
  12.2.2b - Example Inverse Square Law
12.3 Electric Fields   12.3.1a - Michael Faraday
  12.3.2a - The Electric Field Around a Charge
  12.3.2b - A Charged Particle in an Electric Field
  12.3.3a - Electric Field Intensity
  12.3.4a - Electric Field Lines
  12.3.4b - Electric Field Lines
  12.3.4c - Electric Field Example Problems
12.4 Voltage   12.4.1a - Electric Potential and Potential Difference
  12.4.1b - Electric Potential and Potential Difference, continued
  12.4.2a - Voltage
  12.4.2b - Voltage
  12.4.3a - Voltage Electric Fields and Distance
12.5 Simple Circuits   12.5.1a - Simple Circuits
  12.5.2a - DC and AC
  12.5.4a - Short Circuits

Chapter 13: Electric Circuits
13.1 Electric Current   13.2.1a - Electric Current
  13.2.1b - Conventional Current
  13.2.2a - Ohm`s Law
  13.2.3a - Resistivity
  13.2.3b - Resistivity Example
13.3 Electric Power   13.3.1a - Electric Power
  13.3.2a - Joule`s Law
  13.3.2b - Examples
  13.3.3a - The Kilowatt hour
  13.3.4a - Fuses and Circuit Breakers
  13.3.4b - Fuses and Circuit Breakers
13.4 Resistors in Series and Parallel   13.4.1a - Resistors in Series
  13.4.1b - Resistors in Series
  13.4.1c - Series Resistor Examples
  13.4.2a - Resistors in Parallel
  13.4.2b - Resistors in Parallel
  13.4.2c - Resistors in Parallel
  13.4.2d - Resistors in Series and Parallel
  13.4.2e - Parallel Circuit Example
  13.4.2f - Series and Parallel Examples
  13.4.2g - Parallel Circuit Example
  13.4.2h - Circuit Reduction Example
  13.4.3a - Parallel Resistors Example
  13.4.3b - Two Series Circuit Examples
  13.4.3c - Three Circuit Examples
  13.5.1a - Power Generation
  13.5.1b - Nuclear Power Plant
  13.5.1c - Fossil Fuel vs Nuclear
  13.5.1d - Hydroelectric Power
  13.5.2a - Alternative Energy


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