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Professions and Applied Sciences
Velocity of a Satellite Derived from 2nd Law
This lesson will look at an example and will give an explanation of Velocity of a Satellite Derived from 2nd Law. This lesson will take a step by step look to better explain the concept.
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Kinematics 1 - Distance, Displacement, Speed, & Velocity
Kinematics is the branch of classical mechanics which describes the motion of points, bodies (objects) and systems of bodies (groups of objects) without consideration of the causes of motion. In this video lesson Mr. Russo will be specifically discussing distance, displacement, speed and velocity.
Mr. Swords, along with his students, do a trial run with dominoes. The use of dominoes in a lab shows different factors that affect speed.
Angular Acceleration and Velocity (3.2) - Physics
Angular velocity of a rigid body is the rate of change of its angular position. Angular Acceleration is the rate of change of angular velocity with time.
This lesson will define acceleration and give examples of positive and negative acceleration. The rate of change of the velocity, looking at displacement, and using different examples and diagrams to take a step by step look at the process of setting up equations to gain a better understanding of the concept.
Kinematics: Average vs Instantaneous Velocity
This lesson will compare and contrast instantaneous and average velocity. Average velocity will be defined and explained in relation to displacement and elapsed time. Instantaneous velocity will be defined and explained in relation to the limit. Using different examples and diagrams to take a step by step look at the process of setting up equations to gain a better understanding of the concept.
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