Fundamentals of Physics
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Fundamentals of Physics

Learn the fundamentals of calculus-based physics, then test your knowledge on 400+ quiz questions
3.6 (9 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
721 students enrolled
Created by Science Academy
Last updated 6/2017
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Includes:
  • 5.5 hours on-demand video
  • 9 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Pass your final physics exams with ease!
  • Become more proficient at solving physics problems.
  • Understand the core concepts of physics formulas by learning how they were derived from calculus.
  • Think with an analytic mind to solve complicated physics problems.
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Requirements
  • A basic understanding of algebra and high school maths.
  • A positive mindset about physics and calculus.
  • Have a passion to learn the world around you. That is physics!
Description

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!



Who is the target audience?
  • Any student enrolled in a Physics course at university, college or high school.
  • Anyone with an interest in gaining mastery in calculus-based Physics.
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70 Lectures
05:30:18
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Physics
41 Lectures 03:13:31

Particle under Constant Acceleration
01:30

Equations of Motion for Constant Acceleration
00:59

Equations of Motion for Constant Acceleration (2)
00:59

Kinematic Equations Derived from Calculus
05:35

Vectors
09:11

Projectile Motion
07:18

Uniform Circular Motion
06:01

Uniform Circular Motion Extended
05:32

Non-Uniform Circular Motion
02:33

The Concept of Force
01:18

Newtons 1st Law
01:11



Newtons 3rd Law
01:08

Particle in Equilibrium
01:45

Particle Under Constant Acceleration
04:14

Frictional Forces
01:20

Systems and Environments
02:43

The Dot Product
04:22

Work done by a Spring
02:29

Kinetic Energy and the Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem
05:19

Potential Energy of a System
01:09

Conservative and non-Conservative Forces
03:11

Equilibrium of Hanging Objects
05:11

Non-Isolated Systems
02:33

Kinetic Friction and Power
02:36

Collisions in 1-Dimension
02:03

Collisions in 2-Dimensions
03:35

Centre of Mass
05:28

Heat and Internal Energy
02:53

Significant Figures
02:53

Thermal Expansion of Solids and Liquids
01:32

Latent Heat
07:32

Linear Momentum
05:11

Linear Momentum- Additional Example
12:30

Linear Thermal Expansion
04:57

Projectile Motion- Additional Example
15:44


Tension in Uniform Circular Motion- Additional Example
05:48

Particle in Uniform Circular Motion- Additional Example
22:28
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Calculus
29 Lectures 02:16:47
Numbers
03:44

Notation
05:30

Inequalities
08:42

Absolute Values
04:48

Symmetry
02:45

Radian Measure
05:36

Composite Functions
05:24

Continuity
04:52

Intermediate Value Theorem
04:06

Horizontal Asymtotes
02:49


Derivatives of a Function
04:19

Proof of Continuity for Differentiation
05:14

Proof of The Power Rule
03:56

Proof of the Product Rule
08:11

Proof of the Quotient Rule
05:45


Proof of the Derivative of cos(x)
06:10

Proof of the Derivative of tan(x)
03:06

Proof of Limit 1
06:04

Proof of Limit 2
02:32

Proof of Limit 3
04:06

The Chain Rule
03:23

Differentiation
03:13

Derivative of arcsin(x)
03:59

Derivative of arccos(x)
02:56

Derivative of arctan(x)
02:28

Derivative of ln(x)
01:46

Max and Min Values
06:46
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