Mr. Andersen explains the basic quantities of motion. Demonstration videos and practice problems are also included. The difference between scalar and vector quantities is also discussed.
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Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration
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29 thoughts on “Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration”
You explain it better than the dumb textbook
Why hello mr. Anderson….
wow l have never understood better
yah think this guy is stuck in life?
you are simply just thee best <3
How you take 0-60 as 26.9m/s I didn't understand that
awesome! finally I can understand. thanks for your help
Sir, u have explained the concept of velocity with very nice illustrative example – Mr Usain Bold superb u have creative mind in teaching the things to the persons who are NOT aware of the knowledge about velocity in Physics .
Thank you for putting me to sleep
10 out of 10. Would confuse myself again.
When objects fall it's not because of gravity. It's due to density. If something is heavier then the air it falls down. If its lighter then the air it'll float. As we've all been taught. Buoyancy, density & water surface tension are very interesting. Anyone who isn't familiar should try to check it out sometime.
In aviation, velocity is expressed in terms of Ground Speed. I suppose True Airspeed is an expression of speed.
i like this. i was a bit scared at first approaching the topic and now its fine
THANK YOU SOOOOO MUCH! this helped a bunch, and you had awesome visuals too! Really appreciate it Mr. Anderson! 😀
Bugatti deploys ONE-Horsepower==76 kg-force to pull every kilogram of its mass, to reach this 1G acceleration!!! Assuming it was speeding up a 45-degree racetrack, with maximum thrust-force, could you please calculate (or link to) the max-acceleration it could gain from 0-60, or any other variations??? Thanks. K.S.
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Better then my physics tchr
Thanks sooooooooooooooooooooooo much …helped me a lot
Now I finally understand the meaning behind that guy from Despicable Me.
What app do you use to create your videos?
Instantaneous velocity is impossible because change is measured by a finite change. Therefore, instantaneous rate of change or velocity does not actually exist.
Who else is here becuase of there physics teacher
This guys is the John Green of math and I love him. He does Chem too and he’s like my side guy if Green being weird or for extra stuff. Love this guy been watching him in school for yesrsssssss
This would be an amazing video, but im forced to do this for an assignment so, stop it, get some help!