Physics

The following is a link to all of my physics videos.
Each video is based on the homework assignments from the "web-assign" physics problems and is broken down by chapter from College Physics 9th edition (Serway/Vuille):
I have received permission from WebAssign to recreate their questions in this public format1.


College Physics I
Chapter 2: Motion in one dimension 
Chapter 2 (Open Stax edition, by saylor)
Chapter 3: Vectors and two dimensional motion
   -Addendum to Chapter 3: Finding initial velocity symbolically
Chapter 4: The laws of motion
***Physics Challenge Problem*** This is a must see!
Chapter 5: Energy
    -Addendum to Chapter 5: Finding Delta Y using Kenetic Energy
Chapter 6: Momentum and Collisions
Chapter 7: Rotational motion and the laws of Gravity
Chapter 8: Rotational Equilibrium and Rotational Dynamics
Chapter 9: Solids and Fluids, Pressure, Modulus, Bouyant, Bernouli, Archimedes
Chapter 10: Thermal Physics, Thermal Expansion, Idea Gas law, Boltzmann Constant
Chapter 11: Calorimetry and Heat Transfer
Chapter 12: Thermodynamics
Chapter 13: Waves, Simple Harmonic Motion, Vibration, Pendulums, and Springs
Chapter 14: Sound waves, Doppler Effect, Resonance, and Sound Quality

College Physics II
 
---  Learn Electricity and Magnetism on Khan Academy
Chapter 15: Electric Force, Coulomb's Law, Electric Field, Electric Flux, Guass's Law,
Chapter 16: ElectricalEnergy, Capacitance, Electric Potential, Capacitors, Dielectrics
Chapter 17: Electrical Current, Electrical Resistance, Electrical Power
Chapter 18: Direct Current Circuits, emf, Resistors in Series, in Parallel, Kirchoff's Rules, RC Circuits
Chapter 19: Magnetism, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Force,  Electric Motor, Ampere’s Law, Solenoids
Chapter 20: Induced Voltage, Inductance, Magnetic Flux, Faraday's Law, Generators, RL circuits, Intensity
Chapter 21: AC Circuits, Electromagnetic Waves, Power,  Impedence, Resonance, Transmformers

Chapter 22: Optics, Refraction, Reflection
Chapter 23: Reflection, Mirrors, Lenses
Chapter 24: Wave Optics, Double slit, Convergent and Divergent Interference, Thin Films, Etc
Chapter 25: Optical Instruments, camera, microscope, telescope, Resolution, Interferometer
Chapter 26: Einstein--Special Relativity: Velocity, Distance, Inertia, Energy, And Intro to General Relativity
Chapter 27: Quantum Mechanics, Black Body Radiation, de Broglia, Heisenberg, Compton, Uncertainty
Chapter 28: Atomic Physics, Quantum Electrons, Quantum numbers, Energy transitions




Note 1: I emailed the WebAssign content creator and he made the proposition to the leadership of the company and legal team. They have determined that I have not infringed on any copyrights and have no objections to the videos posted on this site.

25 comments:

  1. Thx 4 all ur help, esp. when you explain. see u at school.

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  2. You're very welcome.
    Hit me up at school anytime.

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    1. I did. It's really awesome that you are doing this and so willing to help others; it's uplifting.

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  3. Thanks for all your help - you have no idea how much this helps with your thorough explanations!!! You are seriously awesome.

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  4. Thank you so much! I started off physics last semester with two failed exams. After I discovered you, I passed the last two!

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    1. Really Glad I could help!
      Keep me updated if you decide to take Physics II. I just began posting videos for it today!

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    2. I am taking physics II, and I'm very thankful you have decided to continue your videos!

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    3. Sounds good. Correct me if I get anything wrong!

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  5. thank you so much you help a lot ! do you have the solutions for more problems like 48 and so

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    1. All of my solutions are directly from the homework problems that I was assigned during undergrad.
      I didn't have time to make videos for chapters 24 - 30, so I created calculators that can be downloaded and answers easily obtained just by putting in the numbers you have.
      If you have specific problems, I can take a stab at them

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  6. I just fell upon your physics videos and they've been such a huge help! You taught be about torque more than what my teacher could ever do in 42 minutes. THANK YOU!!!

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    1. Really happy to help! Keep plugging, and spread the word!

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  7. Hi Mike

    Your explanations are really helpful :D. I was so confused at the beginning with University level Physics and I am starting to understand now...I was wondering if it was possible for you to do some challenge problems for the topics as well in the same way.

    Cheers :)

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    1. Anonymous,
      I wouldn't mind doing challenge problems (sometime in the future), but right now I'm in the middle of medical school.... It's a big damper on some of those lofty goals I have of helping the world learn to love physics.
      Also, Although I seem like a boss in my videos -- I got all of those questions from my homework assignments in undergrad. In essence, I knew before I ever started the videos if I had the correct answer or not. If I didn't, I spent several hours trying to figure out why my answers were wrong, and when I finally figured it out, I would make a video....BUT because of my love for how the world works, and because I forced myself to understand -- and repetition from making the videos--I was one of the top two in my physics classes (2nd in class for physics 1, and 1st in class for physics 2).

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    2. Hey Mike

      I understand what you are indirectly trying to say. Instead of trying to rote learn everything or being spoon fed everything I should think for myself. You are right that is a better way to learn Physics( or anything else). So I will do exactly that...Oh yeah all the best with you medical school courses.

      Cheers :)

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    3. Well, I didn't mean to imply anything about "rote" learning. ALOT of learning is about rote memorization. In physics you have two possibilities:
      1. You can learn the concepts and then use those concepts to deriv the equations every time you need them. Or
      2. You can memorize the equations and use the equations to teach you the concepts.

      I use both methods. If the textbook did not adequately explain the concept, I would memorize the equations and use those equations to teach the concept to myself. I'd ask, what is this equation actually saying. Can I translate this from the language of math into the language of english.
      On the other hand, if the book did a good job at teaching the concepts, I would simply understand and memorize the concepts, and use those concepts to re-create the equation whenever I needed to use it.

      I think what I was implying was, if you are seeking challenge problems, you should make them! Do them! And maybe even make some videos for those problems.
      - If you did make videos, I'd definitely host the best of them here on this blog!

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