Before you dive into vectors and forces, you should ask yourself: What exactly is physics? Learn about the highly ambitious nature of this field of science.
In this lesson, start thinking about how to use scalars and vectors in real-world scenarios involving speed, distance, time, velocity, and displacement.
Finding speed isn't always a matter of dividing distance by time! Learn the difference between average and instantaneous speed, and how to calculate both.
Graphing can help make physics concepts easier to understand and track. With this lesson, see how to graph velocity, displacement, and acceleration.
Learn about the physics of falling with FlippedPhysics, who explains how air resistance, surface area, and gravity affect how objects (and people) fall.
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