Physics - Kinematics for High School and AP Physics 1
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Physics - Kinematics for High School and AP Physics 1

This is a comprehensive Algebra based Mechanics course in physics specifically covering topics of Kinematics.
4.5 (4 ratings)
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Created by Corey Mousseau
Last updated 11/2015
English
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  • 5 hours on-demand video
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  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the major concepts of kinematics in 1 and 2 dimensions.
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Requirements
  • Students should be strong in algebra and have a basic foundation in geometry.
Description

This course is one of several courses designed for Algebra Based AP Physics 1 and Regents Physics. In this course we will cover the topics of one and two dimensional motion.

The videos and resources will include lectures, demonstrations, and plenty of worked out example problems with High School physics curriculum and the AP Physics 1 curriculum in mind. This is perfect for any student planning to take the AP exam or any Introductory College physics student. While this course does not cover calculus based physics, any student enrolled in such course will still benefit from the ground work laid out here.

While this course does have sections for both High School and AP Level Physics, the videos intended for the AP crowed will be clearly labeled.

Upon completion of this course students should look to complete my other courses regarding the other content areas in AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is designed for Introductory level college physics students as well as any high school physics student.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 23 Lectures Collapse All 23 Lectures 05:03:38
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Kinematics in One Dimension
10 Lectures 02:00:04
Introduction to Kinematics
01:57

Scalars vs. Vectors
03:46

Distance vs. Displacement
10:21

Speed vs. Velocity
09:14

Acceleration
14:23

Uniform Accelerated Motion (UAM) Equations
09:49


Free Fall
11:46

Free Fall Example Problems
20:05

Isolating Variables - Math Review
18:37
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Motion Graphs
4 Lectures 56:29
Position Time Graphs
19:58


Acceleration, Velocity, and Position
08:59

Example Problems
14:14
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Kinematics in 2D
8 Lectures 02:06:51
Vectors 1
18:20

Vectors 2
15:18

Vectors 3
19:15

Introduction to Projectile Motion
13:31

Horizontal Projectile Motion
13:05

Angled Projectile Motion
13:06

Angled Projectile Motion Example
14:46

AP Physics Only - Angled Projectile Motion Example 2
19:30
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About the Instructor
Corey Mousseau
4.6 Average rating
16 Reviews
104 Students
6 Courses
New York State Master Teacher in Physics

Corey Mousseau is a highly qualified science teacher in New York State. He has plenty of teaching experience having taught Environmental Science, Chemistry, Middle school Science, Robotics, and predominantly Physics. Corey is incredibly passionate about physics having over ten years of experience teaching high school and AP physics.

Physics is often overwhelming for many students. Over the years Corey has mastered the art of exciting students into falling in love with this wonderful field of science. Through a blend of conceptual understanding, demonstrations, and quantitative analysis Corey has found the correct formula for engaging individuals into highly successful physics students.

Corey holds a degree in secondary education in physics as well as a master's degree in integrating technology in the classroom. He a high school Cross Country Coach, a Science Olympiad Adviser and coach, and a New York State Master Teacher. Corey has a lovely wife, two young boys, and teachers at Plattsburgh High School in upstate NY.