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# 942 Natuurkunde trainingen, cursussen & opleidingen (Pagina 10)

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## Class 11 Physics (India): Unit vectors and engineering notation Using unit vectors to represent the components of a vector Class 11 Physics (India) Let's learn, practice, and master topics of class 11 ph…

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## Class 11 Physics (India): Potential energy stored in a spring Work needed to compress a spring is the same as the potential energy stored in the compressed spring. Class 11 Physics (India) Let's learn,…

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## Class 11 Physics (India): Ideal gas equation example 2 PV/T is a constant. Figuring out the volume of an ideal gas at standard temperature and pressure (STP). Class 11 Physics (India) Let's lear…

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## Class 11 Physics (India): Capillary action and why we see a meniscus How capillary action and the meniscus are related to intermolecular forces in water. Class 11 Physics (India) Let's learn, practice, and ma…

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## Physics: AP Physics 1 review of Energy and Work In this video David explains the concepts in Work and Energy and does an example problem for each concept. Link for document: https://www.d…

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## Class 11 Physics (India): Constant angular momentum when no net torque Just like how linear momentum is constant when there's no net force, angular momentum is constant where there's no net torque Class 11 Phys…

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## Physics: Introduction to special relativity and Minkowski spacetime diagrams Including multiple observers in the "most obvious" way led to some problems. Let's see how we can start to solve those problems by introduc…

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## Class 11 Physics (India): Basic derivative rules (Part 1) Sal introduces the Constant rule, which says that the derivative of f(x)=k (for any constant k) is f'(x)=0. He also justifies this rule alg…

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## Class 11 Physics (India): Distance and displacement introduction An introduction to the difference between distance traveled and displacement. Class 11 Physics (India) Let's learn, practice, and master to…

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## Class 11 Physics (India) - Hindi: Angular velocity and speed (Hindi) An intuition for the relationship between the formulas for angular velocity and speed, including a worked example of calculating angular ve…

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## Class 11 Physics (India): Specific gravity In this video David explains what specific gravity means. He also shows how to calculate the value for specific gravity and use it to deter…

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## Class 11 Physics (India) - Hindi: Intro to Relative Velocity (Hindi) Velocity is relative and not absolute. It depends upon who is doing the measurement, i.e. what is the frame of reference. Class 11 Physics …

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## Class 11 Physics (India) - Hindi: Introduction to gravity (Hindi) Basics of gravity and the Law of Universal Gravitation. Class 11 Physics (India) - Hindi To help students who prefer to learn by watching H…

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## Class 11 Physics (India): Carnot efficiency 2: Reversing the cycle Seeing how we can scale and or reverse a Carnot Engine (to make a refrigerator) Class 11 Physics (India) Let's learn, practice, and master …

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## Class 12 Physics (India): Electric field direction The direction of an electrical field at a point is the same as the direction of the electrical force acting on a positive test charge at th…