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Vectors


By The Organic Chemistry Tutor

This precalculus video tutorial explains the basics of vectors. It contains plenty of examples and practice problems of vector operations such as addition, subtraction and scalar multiplication as well as finding the magnitude and direction angle of the resultant force vector. This video is useful for high school and college students taking vectors in precalculus, calculus, physics, or trigonometry. Here is a list of topics: 1. Basic Introduction into Vectors 2. Scalar vs Vector Quantity 3. Scalar Quantities - Mass, Temperature, and Speed 4. Vector Quantities - Velocity, Acceleration, and Force 5. Writing a Vector In Component Form Given Initial and Terminal Point 6. Directed Line Segments and Vectors 7. Scalar Multiplication of Vectors 8. How To Find The Magnitude of a Vector - Absolute Value or Hypotenuse of Right Triangle 9. Using Right Triangle Trigonometry to Describe Vectors 10. Magnitude and Direction Angle of Resultant Vector 11. I and J Unit Vectors 12. Unit Vector Formula - 13. Horizontal and Vertical Components 14. Representing Vectors in Rectangular Coordinates and Finding Its Magnitude 15. Vectors In a Rectangular Coordinate System 16. Operations With Vectors in Terms of i and j 17. Adding and Subtracting Vectors 18. Writing a Vector in terms of i and j given magnitude and angle 19. Finding The Direction Angle From The Positive X Axis 20. Adding Vectors Graphically - Head to Tail Method 21. Subtracting Vectors - Graphical Method 22. Vector Notation - 3d - with 3 components 23. How to find the unit vector that has the same direction as the vector v. 24. Position Vector - initial and terminal point 25. Vector Maths - Basic Operations in two dimensions

      How To Solve Doppler Effect Physics Problems


      By The Organic Chemistry Tutor

      This physics video tutorial provides a basic introduction into the doppler effect of moving sound waves. it explains how to solve doppler effect problems in physics. Any time the source moves toward the observer or if the observer moves toward the source, the detected frequency will increase - that is - the observed frequency will be greater than the frequency emitted by the source. The source can be an ambulance truck or a police siren. If the source moves away from the observer or if the observer moves away from the source, the detected frequency will decrease. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems of calculated the frequency detected by the observer.

          12 - What are Vectors and Scalars?


          By Math and Science

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              Where Does Wind Come From? Crash Course Geography #8


              By Math and Science

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                  How Do Oceans Circulate? Crash Course Geography #9


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                      Carboxylic Acid Derivative Reactions


                      By The Organic Chemistry Tutor

                      This organic chemistry video tutorial provides a basic introduction into carboxylic acid derivative reactions. It explains how to interconvert acid chlorides, carboxylic acids, acid anhydrides, esters, and amides from one form to another. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems.

                          Determining SN1, SN2, E1, and E2 Reactions: Crash Course Organic Chemistry #23


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