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The Complete Ap And College Physics Course

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Alpha and Omega
Jan 21, 2021
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Last updated 11/2021
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Language: English | Size: 18.18 GB | Duration: 30h 32m

Master the College/AP physics from classical to modern physics, then test your knowledge with 300+ practice exercises!
What you'll learn
One Dimensional Kinematics
Two Dimensional Kinematics
Forces And Newton's Laws of Motion
Work and Energy
Linear Momentum and Collisions
Rotational Motion
Fluid Mechanics
Oscillations and Waves
Heat And Temperature
Electrostatics and Electricity
Magnetism and Electromagnetism
Optics and Light
Special Relativity
Introduction to The Quantum World
Atomic and Nuclear Physics
Just your attention
MASTER THE COLLEGE PHYSICS/AP PHYSICS NOW!This 30+ hours course goes from Newtonian Mechanics, all the way to the mind-blowing world of Quantum Mechanics. It contains crystal clear video explanation of all the AP Physics curriculum, it also includes PHET Simulations so that you don't get bored and fall asleep or you know, curse me on the comment section. THIS COURSE IS PERFECT FOR SAT/ACT/GCE A LEVEL TEST PREP!You'll also find 300+ practice exercises including MCQs and numerical problems. The solutions to these problems are given in video and PDF forms. And if maybe that's not enough practice, I've also included tons of worked additional problems from various resources. You'll also find a summary as a PDF file taken from my favorite book which I will provide the link to, these summaries are included in the last course lecture of every section as a resource. The exercises PDF files are included in the practice exercises lectures. What students say about this course: "Just finished the whole course, one word: PERFECT! I'd recommend this to anyone learning or majoring in Physics. Thank you so much for your help!" _ Michael Carrot
Section 1: AP Physics: Introduction
Lecture 1 Course Overview
Section 2: Basic Trigonometry Review
Lecture 2 Vectors and Scalars
Lecture 3 Cosine Rule and Triangle Law
Section 3: One Dimensional Kinematics
Lecture 4 Average Speed and Average Velocity
Lecture 5 Acceleration, Instantaneous Velocity and Graphs
Lecture 6 Free Fall
Lecture 7 Practice Exercises
Section 4: Two Dimensional Kinematics
Lecture 8 Horizontally Launched Projectiles
Lecture 9 Projectile Launched at An Angle
Lecture 10 Practice Exercises
Section 5: Forces and Newtons's Laws
Lecture 11 Introduction To Forces
Lecture 12 Newton's First Law of Motion
Lecture 13 Newton's Second Law of Motion
Lecture 14 Newton's Third Law of Motion
Lecture 15 Weight and Normal Force
Lecture 16 Inclined Planes
Lecture 17 Friction
Lecture 18 Uniform Circular Motion And The Centripetal Acceleration
Lecture 19 Central Forces
Lecture 20 Practice Exercises
Section 6: Work and Energy
Lecture 21 Work
Lecture 22 Potential and Kinetic Energy
Lecture 23 Potentiel and Kinetic Energy in a Pendulum
Lecture 24 Hooke's Law
Lecture 25 Work-Energy Theorem
Lecture 26 Conservation of Energy
Lecture 27 Practice Exercises
Section 7: Linear Momentum and Collisions
Lecture 28 Linear Momentum and Impulse
Lecture 29 Conservation of Linear Momentum
Lecture 30 Collisions
Lecture 31 Center of Mass
Lecture 32 Practice Exercises
Section 8: Rotational Motion
Lecture 33 Torque
Lecture 34 Angular Position, Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration
Lecture 35 Rotational Equilibrium
Lecture 36 Moment of Inertia
Lecture 37 Angular Momentum and It's Conservation
Lecture 38 Practice Exercises
Section 9: Gravitation
Lecture 39 Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion
Lecture 40 Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation
Lecture 41 Satellites Orbit
Lecture 42 Gravitational Potential Energy in Space and The Escape Velocity
Lecture 43 Derivation of GPE In outer Space(Calculus)
Lecture 44 Practice Exercises
Section 10: Fluid Mechanics
Lecture 45 Introduction To Fluid Mechanics: Fluid Statics
Lecture 46 Pascal's Principle
Lecture 47 Archimedes Principle
Lecture 48 Flow Rate
Lecture 49 Bernoulli's Principle
Lecture 50 Practice Exercises
Section 11: Heat and Temperature
Lecture 51 Introduction to Thermal Physics
Lecture 52 Heat Transfer and Temperature Change
Lecture 53 Phase Changes
Lecture 54 Thermal Expansion
Lecture 55 Mechanisms of Heat Transfer
Lecture 56 Charle's Law and Boyle's Law
Lecture 57 Ideal Gas Law
Lecture 58 The Kinetic Theory of Gases
Lecture 59 Practice Exercises
Section 12: Thermodynamics
Lecture 60 Introduction To Thermodynamics and The Zeroth Law
Lecture 61 First Law of Thermodynamics
Lecture 62 Thermodynamic Processes
Lecture 63 Second Law of Thermodynamics
Lecture 64 The Heat Engine and The Carnot Cycle
Lecture 65 Practice Exercises
Section 13: Oscillations and Waves
Lecture 66 Introduction To Oscillating Motion
Lecture 67 Writing The Equation For a Sinusoidal Wave
Lecture 68 Acceleration Equation of a Sine Wave and Proof of The Period Formula (Calculus)
Lecture 69 Damped Oscillations
Lecture 70 Transverse Waves
Lecture 71 Longitudinal Waves: Sound
Lecture 72 Superposition, Destructive and Constructive Interference
Lecture 73 Standing Waves
Lecture 74 Reflection Of Waves On a String
Lecture 75 Resonance
Lecture 76 Doppler Effect
Lecture 77 Practice Exercises
Section 14: Electricity and Electrostatics
Lecture 78 Electric Charge and Conservation of Charge
Lecture 79 Coulomb's Law
Lecture 80 Superposition of Charges
Lecture 81 The Electric Field
Lecture 82 Electric Potential Energy
Lecture 83 Electric Potential
Lecture 84 Work Done On a Charge at Infinite Distance (Calculus)
Lecture 85 Conductors and Insulators
Lecture 86 Electric Current
Lecture 87 Resistivity, Resistance and Ohm's Law
Lecture 88 Electric Circuits
Lecture 89 Electric Power and Heat
Lecture 90 Electromotive Force and Internal Resistance
Lecture 91 Kirschoff's Rules
Lecture 92 Kirschoff's Rules (Example)
Lecture 93 Capacitors
Lecture 94 Alternating Current Versus Direct Current
Lecture 95 Practice Exercises
Section 15: Magnetism and Electromagnetism
Lecture 96 Magnetic Force on a Moving Charge
Lecture 97 Circular Motion of Moving Charges
Lecture 98 Magnetic Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor
Lecture 99 Electromagnetic Induction: Motional EMF
Lecture 100 Faraday's Law
Lecture 101 Lenz's Law
Lecture 102 Practice Exercises
Section 16: Optics and Light
Lecture 103 Intro to Optics and Light
Lecture 104 Interference and Diffraction
Lecture 105 Huygens's Principle
Lecture 106 Young's Double Slit Experiment
Lecture 107 Polarization
Lecture 108 Law of Reflection
Lecture 109 Law of Refraction
Lecture 110 Total Internal Reflection
Lecture 111 Dispersion
Lecture 112 Flat Mirrors
Lecture 113 Concave and Convex Mirrors
Lecture 114 Concave and Convex Lenses
Section 17: Special Relativity
Lecture 115 The Michelson-Morley Experiment
Lecture 116 Einstein's Postulates
Lecture 117 Time Dilation and Length Contraction
Lecture 118 Relativistic Velocity Addition
Lecture 119 Relativistic Energy and The Equivalence of Mass and Energy
Lecture 120 Rutherford's Gold Foil Experiment
Section 18: Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
Lecture 121 Introduction to The Quantum World
Lecture 122 Blackbody Radiation and Quantization of Energy
Lecture 123 The Photoelectric Effect
Lecture 124 The Particle-Wave Duality
Lecture 125 Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle
Lecture 126 The Schrӧdinger Equation (Basics)
Lecture 127 Atomic Spectra: Hydrogen Spectrum
Section 19: Atomic and Nuclear Physics
Lecture 128 The Bohr Model of The Atom
Lecture 129 Atomic, Neutron, and Mass Number
Lecture 130 Binding Energy
Lecture 131 Radioactivity and Alpha Decay
Lecture 132 Beta Decay
Lecture 133 Gamma Decay
Lecture 134 Radioactive Decay Rates
Lecture 135 Nuclear Reactions: Nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion
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