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concepts: lawa of motion, human eye, gravitation, measurements, reflection, refraction, source of energy, electricity,
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Last updated 9/2016
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Includes:
  • 9.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • By completing this course you will gain the knowledge about Physics standard concepts.
  • Course will be updated regularly with new concepts
  • NEWTONS LAWS, GRAVITATION, MOTION, TIME, ENERGY, CURRENT ELECTRICITY, MAGNETISM, RADIATION, ATOMS, NUCLEI.
  • 12 chapters covering with all standard topics.
  • 156 High quality and detailed explaned Topics available
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Requirements
  • Basic knowledge about physics
Description

Access 1500+ videos in sciencetuts website


The complete content is developed in High Quality 3D animations, that will help you to understand the critical concepts which cannot be able to watch in the real world such as Solar system, Magnetism, Electric Current, Sound waves, ETC.

. A good understanding of principles in Physics will help you to analyze problems, reason logically, and to discriminate between important and irrelevant concepts.

·*The course is directed to the point and restricted to the syllabus nothing less and nothing more, so you will not waste your time, with invaluable speech,

·* If you know exactly your syllabus you will appreciate these videos,

·* The average video duration is 3 mins so you will not get bored with the course and you can find reasonable points to pause and complete later,

Course Includes:

  1. LAWS OF MOTION,
  2. GRAVITATION,
  3. PHYSICAL WORLD,
  4. UNITS AND MEASUREMENTS,
  5. MOTION IN A STRAIGHT LINE,
  6. MOTION IN A PLANE,
  7. SYSTEM OF PARTICLES AND ROTATIONAL MOTION,
  8. WORK, ENERGY AND POWER,
  9. LIGHT - REFLECTION AND REFRACTION,
  10. THE HUMAN EYE AND THE COLORFUL WORLD,
  11. ELECTRICITY,
  12. SOURCE OF ENERGY,
  13. DEVICES AND SIMPLE CIRCUITS,
  14. COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS,
Who is the target audience?
  • Everyone is eligible for taking this course, no age limit.
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Curriculum For This Course
156 Lectures
09:21:39
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Laws of motion
17 Lectures 01:25:44

Aristotle
03:29

The law of inertia
03:11

Newton first law
04:13

Newtons second law
02:13

Newtons third law
06:33

Law of conservation of momentum
02:12

Equilibrium of a particle
05:06

Common forces in mechanics
01:49

Causes of friction
05:13

Types of friction
06:16

Angle of friction
08:07

Motion of a body on inclined
07:57

Pushing and pulling roller
07:57

Normal force and laws of friction
03:20

Circular motion
08:18

Summary
05:41

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Gravitation
13 Lectures 48:20
Introduction
00:59

Keplers law of planetary motion
02:09

Law of universal gravitation
02:19

The gravitational constant
01:00

Acceleration due to gravity of the earth
01:20

Characteristics of gravitational force
04:08

Frames of reference
03:50

Variation of g
06:19

Variation of g with latitude
04:50

Escape velocity and orbital velocity
06:48


Earth satellites
04:38

Summary
03:21

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Physical world
5 Lectures 21:04
What is physics
05:21

Scope and its applications in society
04:43


Nature of physical laws
04:31

Summary
02:30

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Units and measurements
14 Lectures 43:40

System of units
02:39

Fundamental units and definitions
03:39

Measurement of length
01:41

Measurement of mass
02:11

Measurement of time
03:35

Absolute error
04:09

Combination of errors
01:19

Systematic error
02:47

Rounding off numbers
03:00

Significant figures
03:42

Dimensions and dimensional formulae
02:30

Principle of homogeneity of dimensions
07:32

Summary
03:46

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Motion in a straight line
6 Lectures 13:38
Acceleration
03:05


Average velocity
03:40

Average speed and velocity
02:35

Instantaneous velocity
02:34

Uniform motion
00:52

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Motion in a plane
20 Lectures 01:11:53
Introduction
01:52

Scalars and vectors
03:44

Multiplication of vectors
01:32

Scalar product
04:08

Subtraction of vectors
01:22

Representation of vectors
01:46

Resolution of a vector into components
02:15

Triangle law of vectors
03:12

Parallelogram cases
03:34

Polygon law of vectors
02:11

Motion in a plane
05:02

Motion in a plane with constant acceleration
03:20

Relative velocity
03:08


Uniform circular motion
06:37

Law of vector addition
02:10

Magnitude of resultant vector
01:52

Null vector
00:54

Parallelogram of vectors
06:51

Summary
06:17

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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System of particles and rotational motion
17 Lectures 01:39:45

Centre of mass of two particles system
05:33

Individual topics
06:00

Method of symmetry
07:25

Method of decomposition
02:21

Motion of centre of mass
07:40

Linear momentum of a system of particles
06:06

Right hands rule by cross product method
01:29

Relation between linear velocity and angular velocity
05:51

Torque and couple
11:20

Equilibrium of a rigid body
11:04

Moment of inertia
07:48

Theorems of movement of inertia
06:03

Kinematics of rotational motion about a fixed axis
05:33

Dynamics of rotational motion about a fixed axis
03:57

Law of conservation of angular momentum
04:03

Various motions possessed by a rigid body
05:26

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Work, energy and power
17 Lectures 57:41
Introduction
01:44


Work
02:37

Kinetic energy
02:42

Work done by a variable force
02:18

Work energy theorem for a variable force
02:33

Potential energy
01:29

Conservative and non conservative forces
03:14

Potential energy of a spring
02:25

Energy
02:02

Power
01:16

Collisions
05:49

Elastic collision in one dimension
09:32

Coefficient of restitution
05:42

Potential energy
01:28

Law of conservation of energy in case of a freely falling body
04:43

Summary
05:42

Multiple Choice Questions
15 questions
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Light - reflection and refraction
13 Lectures 38:03
Introduction
01:51

Reflection of light
02:48

Spherical mirrors
04:07

Image formation by spherical mirrors
02:48

Representation of images formed by spherical mirrors using ray diagrams
04:32

Sign convention for reflection by spherical mirrors
01:31

Mirror formula and magnification
03:26

Refraction of light
02:35


The refractive index
02:29

Image formation in lenses using ray diagrams
03:06

Sign convention for spherical lenses
01:50

Lens formula and magnification
01:42

Multiple Choice Questions
8 questions
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The human eye and the colorful world
10 Lectures 28:58
Prerequisites
01:00

Learning objectives
00:56

Introduction
00:38


Defects of vision and their correction
04:15

Refraction of light through a prism
03:23

Dispersion of a white light by a glass prism
03:32

Atmospheric refraction
03:22

Scattering of light
04:01

Summary
01:36

Multiple Choice Questions
10 questions
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