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Physics 210 - General Physics I

Physics 210: General Physics I (Algebra-based Mechanics) (UMKC). Taught by Professor Robert Riggs, this course provides the fundamental principles of physics including mechanics, heat and energy, and applications of these principles to different interdisciplinary natural science.

Introduction


Lecture 01 - Textbook Introduction and Syllabus
Lecture 02 - Measurement, Units, Unit Analysis, Sig-Figs and Problem Solving
Lecture 03 - Velocity, Speed, Displacement, Distance and Acceleration
Lecture 04 - Kinematic Equations and Free Fall
Lecture 05 - Free Fall, Vector Components and Vector Addition
Lecture 06 - Vectors and an Intro to Projectile Motion
Lecture 07 - Projectile Motion from a Horizontal Cliff
Lecture 08 - Introduction to Forces: Newton's Law I and Newton's Law II
Lecture 09 - Newton's Third Law
Lecture 10 - Free Body Diagrams and Friction
Lecture 11 - How to Solve Force Vector Problems
Lecture 12 - Work, Energy, Conservation of Energy and Hooke's law
Lecture 13 - Work Energy Theorem
Lecture 14 - Impulse and Conservation of Linear Momentum
Lecture 15 - Linear Momentum
Lecture 16 - Review
Lecture 17 - Circular Motion and Gravitation
Lecture 18 - Circular Motion
Lecture 19 - Rotational Dynamics
Lecture 20 - Rotational Energy
Lecture 21 - Angular Momentum, Stress and Strain
Lecture 22 - Ping-pong Gun and Buoyant Force
Lecture 23 - Bernoulli Equation
Lecture 24 - Ideal Gas Law
Lecture 25 - Heat, Specific Heat, Phase Change, Conduction, Convection, Radiation
Lecture 26 - Simple Harmonic Motion