The Complete Linear Motion Course

Solve Real World Problems about Linear Motion
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Vectors and scalars.
Displacement and distance.
How to calculate average speed and velocity.
How to calculate instantaneous speed and velocity.
Acceleration and formula.
Useful formulas to calculate linear motion.
9 real world complex exam questions to practice.

Requirements

  • No prior knowledge is required

Description

Description

Structure of the course:

Part 1 - Theory

  • Introduction to Vectors and Scalars

  • Displacement

  • Calculating Average speed and velocity

  • Calculating instantaneous speed and velocity

  • What is acceleration and formulas

  • Formula to calculate linear motion

Part 2 - Real practice questions

Part 3 - Real practice exam


Real practice Problems:

Problem 1: Calculating time and distance with a dry road a car with good tyres.

Problem 2: Find an actual position of a car travel.

Problem 3: The change in velocity of the car if the car reduced speed in the same direction.

Problem 4: Julia driving her car problems to help her to calculate acceleration.

Problem 5: Calculate acceleration of a tram.

Problem 6: Calculate the speed and distance of a car in a given time.

Problem 7: Calculate the velocity of conveyor belt in a given length.

Problem 8: Calculate the final speed of a drunk driver with the given time.

Problem 9:  Estimate if a taxi driver succeed in getting to his destination on time.



Conclusion:


If you want to be an expert in linear motion and understand about the linear motion, then this is the course you need.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who want to learn linear motion.

Who this course is for:

  • AnyOne

Course content

5 sections • 35 lectures • 1h 19m total length
  • Welcome
    00:12
  • Course Structure
    00:42
  • How To Make The Most Out Of This Course
    01:36

Instructor

Electrical Engineer
Hoang Quy La
  • 5.0 Instructor Rating
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  • 878 Students
  • 1 Course

My name is Hoang Quy La. I did graduate from RMIT University as a first class honours in electrical engineering and I am currently studying master of software engineering in CDU at Australia. I started tutoring students since I was in high school and I find it is very interesting. I am so happy to help students to achieve their goals with low cost. That is why I started to create online courses. I have many years of experiences in not only tutoring but also teaching hundreds of students both in person and online and many of them have a high results and extremely well preparation for a topics which they want to learn. I am also holding certificates in tutoring from RMIT University during my studies.  I am currently working in VCE Magic in tutoring both math and physics. I have worked with python for 5 years. My master thesis is about AI.