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This lecture is about vectors and how to add, subtract, decompose and multiply vectors. Decomposing vectors in 2 (or 3) dimensions is a key conc
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This lecture is an introduction to kinematics which ultimately leads (in Lecture 4) to trajectories in 3 dimensions. This lecture is of 8.01 Physics I: Classical ... Fallow us!
251 viewsThis lecture deals exclusively with frictional forces. This lecture is part of 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics, as taught in Fall 1999 by Dr. Walter Lewin at MIT. This video was formerly hosted ...
198 viewsClassical Mechanics, in spite of all of its impressive predictive power, fails to explain many microscopic behaviors. This led to the development of Quantum ... Fallow us!
246 viewsElasticity and Young's Modulus. The fractional length deformation of a material (the strain) depends on the force per unit area (the stress). The stress vs. strain dependence is described con...
345 viewsThis lecture is about vectors and how to add, subtract, decompose and multiply vectors. Decomposing vectors in 2 (or 3) dimensions is a key concept that will be used throughout the course. This lectu...
158 viewsThis lecture is about uniform circular motion. There is a constant radial acceleration (centripetal acceleration) but constant tangential speed. This lecture is part of 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mech...
138 viewsConcepts covered in this lecture begin with the restoring force of a spring (Hooke's Law) which leads to an equation of motion that is characteristic of a simple harmonic oscillator (SHO). Us...
195 viewsCourse introduction by Dr. Walter Lewin to 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics, as taught in Fall 1999 by Dr. Lewin, then Prof. Lewin, at MIT. This video was ... Fallow us!
292 viewsThis lecture covers resistive forces such as air drag. It includes the viscous (linear in velocity) and pressure (quadratic in velocity) terms. Quantitative demonstrations with balloons and with ball ...
204 viewsThe momentum of individual objects can change in a variety of ways. The rocket equation was derived and discussed. Demonstration of impulse and impact time courtesy of Dr. Peter Dourmashkin, MIT. Th...
279 viewsThis lecture reviews selected concepts previously covered in lectures 6 through 15. This lecture is part of 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics, as taught in Fall 1999 by Dr. Walter Lewin at MIT. Th...
213 viewsThe first lecture by Julie Zelenski for the Programming Abstractions Course (CS106B) in the Stanford Computer Science Department. Julie Zelenski gives an introduction to the course, recur...
by Jskfbeducator 711 viewsLecture two by Julie Zelenski for the Programming Abstractions Course (CS106B) in the Stanford Computer Science Department. Julie describes the similarities between C++ and Java, which include gen...
by Jskfbeducator 755 viewsLecture 3 by Julie Zelenski for the Programming Abstractions Course (CS106B) in the Stanford Computer Science Department. Julie goes over C++ libraries and explains what they are and how they are ...
by Jskfbeducator 655 viewsLecture 4 by Julie Zelenski for the Programming Abstractions Course (CS106B) in the Stanford Computer Science Department. Julie continues to cover the console input/output in C++ and discusses the...
by Jskfbeducator 791 viewsLecture 5 by Julie Zelenski for the Programming Abstractions Course (CS106B) in the Stanford Computer Science Department. In the fifth lecture, Julie discusses the use of templates, vectors and te...
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