This is a Calculus-based physics course.
In this course we'll start by looking at motion itself. Then, we'll learn about forces, momentum, energy, and other concepts in lots of different physical situations. To get the most out of this course, you'll need a solid understanding of 'calculus I' which is covered as an additional section in this course (see course description).
Albert Einstein once said, "the importance of words in a language is the same as the importance of calculus in physics." The reason this course was created was an attempt to teach students physics through combining calculus and physics in one course. Simply put, you just cannot understand physics without calculus.
In this course, I hope to bridge the gap between lecturer and student to teach physics to students in a manner which they can understand without missing any important detail. The content is explained via simple step-by-step explanations that anyone can understand. Ultimately, this is the fundamentals of calculus-based physics made easy!
We at Science Academy teach in a way that challenges the norms of a conventional classroom by making learning easy and fun! We know where and why students struggle and aim to make studying much easier for you.