# Learn Physics Through Videos (Khan Academy)

#### Introduction to motionIntroduction to motion (part 2)Introduction to motion (part 3)Projectile motion (part 1)Projectile motion (part 2)Projectile motion (part 3)Projectile motion (part 4)Projectile motion (part 5)Projectile motion (part 6)Projectile motion (part 7)Projectile motion (part 8)Projectile motion (part 9)Projectile motion (part 10)2 dimensional projectile motion (part 1)2 dimensional projectile motion (part 2)2-dimensional projectile motion (part 3)2 dimensional projectile motion part 42-dimensional projectile motion part 5Optimal angle for a projectile part 1Optimal angle for a projectile part 2 – HangtimeOptimal angle for a projectile part 3 – Horizontal distance as a function of angle (and speed)Optimal angle for a projectile part 4 Finding the optimal angle and distance with a bit of calculusNewton’s First Law of MotionNewton’s Second Law of MotionNewton’s Third Law of MotionNewton’s Laws Problems (part 1)Newton’s Laws Examples (part 2)Newton’s LawsNewton’s Laws and vectorsForce with VectorsIntroduction to TensionTension (part 2)Mass on Inclined PlaneIntroduction to frictionFriction on an inclined planeA more complicated friction/inclined plane problemTension in an accelerating system and pie in the faceMoving pulley problem (part 1)Moving pulley problem (part 2)Introduction to MomentumMomentum: Ice skater throws a ball2-dimensional momentum problem2-dimensional momentum problem (part 2)Introduction to work and energyWork and Energy (part 2)Conservation of EnergyWork/Energy problem with FrictionIntroduction to mechanical advantageMechanical Advantage (part 2)Mechanical Advantage (part 3)Center of MassIntroduction to TorqueMomentsMoments (part 2)Unit Vector NotationUnit Vector Notation (part 2)Projectile Motion with Unit VectorsProjectile Motion with Unit Vectors (part 2)Projectile Motion with Ordered Set NotationIntroduction to centripetal acceleration (part 1)Centripetal Acceleration (part 2)Centripetal Acceleration (part 3)Visual Proof: a= v^2/rCalculus Proof that a=v^2/rIntroduction to angular velocityConservation of angular momemtumIntroduction to Newton’s Law of GravitationGravitation (part 2)Intro to springs and Hooke’s LawPotential energy stored in a springSpring potential energy example (mistake in math)Introduction to Harmonic MotionHarmonic Motion Part 2 (calculus)Harmonic Motion Part 3 (no calculus)Fluids (part 1)Fluids (part 2)Fluids (part 3)Fluids (part 4)Fluids (part 5)Fluids (part 6)Fluids (part 7)Fluids (part 8)Fluids (part 9)Fluids (part 10)Fluids (part 11)Fluids (part 12)Thermodynamics (part 1)Thermodynamics (part 2)Thermodynamics (part 3)Thermodynamics (part 4)Thermodynamics (part 5)Electrostatics (part 1): Introduction to Charge and Coulomb’s LawElectrostatics (part 2)Proof (Advanced): Field from infinite plate (part 1)Proof (Advanced): Field from infinite plate (part 2)Electric Potential EnergyElectric Potential Energy (part 2– involves calculus)VoltageCapacitanceCircuits (part 1)Circuits (part 2)Circuits (part 3)Circuits (part 4)Cross product 1Cross Product 2Cross Product and TorqueIntroduction to MagnetismMagnetism 2Magnetism 3Magnetism 4Magnetism 5Magnetism 6: Magnetic field due to currentMagnetism 7Magnetism 8Magnetism 9: Electric MotorsMagnetism 10: Electric MotorsMagnetism 11: Electric MotorsMagnetism 12: Induced Current in a WireThe dot productDot vs. Cross ProductCalculating dot and cross products with unit vector notationIntroduction to WavesAmplitude, Period, Frequency and Wavelength of Periodic WavesIntroduction to the Doppler EffectDoppler effect formula for observed frequencyDoppler effect formula when source is moving awayWhen the source and the wave move at the same velocityMach Numbers

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