This section contains links to all my video lectures associated with the Physics First curriculum that I follow during a typical school year. They are directly associated with my eTextbook.
I certainly apologize for my handwriting, and if I talk too fast. I recommend pausing, taking notes, and calculating any mathematical problems along with me as they occur. This practice will certainly benefit you later on. Please contact me if you have any questions or would like me to create other lectures, or video demonstrations.
Video lectures related to horizontal linear motion, vertical linear motion (free fall), graphing motion, and projectile motion.
Video lectures related to forces, friction, Newton's Laws of Motion, and pressure.
Video lectures related to work, energy, types of energies, conservation of energy, non-conservative work, and mechanical power.
Video lectures on impulse, momentum, conservation of momentum, and collisions. Types of collisions include elastic, inelastic, and perfectly inelastic.
Video lectures on angular motion and circular motion in the horizontal and vertical.
Video lectures on Newton's Law of Gravitation, gravitational fields, satellite motion, escape velocity, and Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion.
Video lectures on torque, equilibrium, rotational energy, and conservation of angular momentum.
Video lectures on electrostatics (aka static electricity), including electric forces and electric fields.
Video lectures on current based electricity, including current, voltage, and resistance. Also covered are DC circuits including series, parallel, and complex circuits.
Video lectures on magnetism including magnetic force on charges, current, magnetic fields, magnetic field lines, and the Right-Hand Rule
Video lectures on simple harmonic motion, Hooke's Law, wave motion, sound, standing waves, and electromagnetic (EM) waves.
Video lectures on light including reflection, refraction, critical angle, and color.
Video lectures on optics including mirrors, lenses, drawing ray diagrams, and using optic equations.
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