An introduction to horizontal linear motion including the concepts of displacement, velocity, and acceleration and the fact that each is a vector with magnitude and direction. In addition, the ideas of instantaneous and constant velocities are discussed.
This lecture focuses on the math associated with linear motion or kinematic equations.
This lecture demonstrates how to read various motion graphs and how to create one graph using information from another. For example, a velocity graph can be created from an acceleration graph.
This lecture covers linear motion in the vertical direction associated with free fall, when an object is only affected by gravity.
This lecture introduces the idea of projectile motion with a focus on launching an object horizontally from a set height.
This lecture continues projectile motion with a focus on launching objects at an angle. This includes some basic trig rules to help in solving the math.