## 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.

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 |