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In this calculus-based physics course, you'll start by looking at motion itself. Then, you'll cover forces, momentum, energy, and other concepts in a variety of physical situations. Albert Einstein once said, "the importance of words in a language is the same as the importance of calculus in physics." This course attempts to combine calculus and physics in a manner that students of all levels can understand.

- Access 70 lectures & 5.5 hours of content 24/7
- Become more proficient at solving physics problems
- Understand the core concepts of physics formulas by learning how they were derived from calculus
- Think w/ an analytic mind to solve complicated physics problems

Leon Petrou graduated with a Bachelor's of Engineering degree with distinction from the University of Pretoria (UP). He specialized in Industrial and Systems Engineering. Leon has a passion for problem solving and education. He loves teaching others and simplifying the learning curve for engineering students around the world.

UP Engineering is an esteemed group of engineers who tutor the engineering courses that they themselves completed at university. Due to their experience in the course, they know how students think and understand where and why students struggle. Therefore, the tutors are able to explain thoroughly via easy-to-understand, step by step explanations to help students better understand the key concepts of the course.

UP Engineering is an esteemed group of engineers who tutor the engineering courses that they themselves completed at university. Due to their experience in the course, they know how students think and understand where and why students struggle. Therefore, the tutors are able to explain thoroughly via easy-to-understand, step by step explanations to help students better understand the key concepts of the course.

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- Motion
- Significant figures (2:53)
- Instantaneous Velocity (3:18)
- Particle under Constant Acceleration (1:30)
- Equations of motion for constant acceleration (0:59)
- Equations of Motion for Constant Acceleration (2) (0:59)
- Kinematic Equations Derived from Calculus (5:35)
- Vectors (9:11)
- Projectile Motion (7:18)
- Projectile Motion- Additional Example (15:44)
- Uniform Circular Motion (6:01)
- Uniform Circular Motion Extended (5:32)
- Tension in Uniform Circular Motion- Additional Example (5:48)
- Non-Uniform Circular Motion (2:33)

- Forces and Equilibrium
- The Concept of Force (1:18)
- The Dot Product (4:22)
- Newtons 1st Law (1:11)
- Newtons 2nd law (1:12)
- Newtons Second Law- Additional Example (9:17)
- Newtons 3rd Law (1:08)
- Particle in Equilibrium (1:45)
- Particle under Constant Acceleration Extended (4:14)
- Frictional Forces (1:20)
- Systems and Environments (2:43)
- System in Equilibrium- Additional Example (7:03)

- Work and Energy
- Work done by a Spring (2:29)
- Kinetic Energy and the Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem (5:19)
- Potential Energy of a System (1:09)
- Conservative and non-Conservative Forces (3:11)
- Equilibrium of Hanging Objects (5:11)
- Non-Isolated Systems (2:33)
- Kinetic Friction and Power (2:36)
- Heat and Internal Energy (2:54)
- Latent Heat (7:32)
- Linear Thermal Expansion (4:57)
- Thermal Expansion of Solids and Liquids (1:32)

- Center of Mass and Linear Momentum
- Centre of Mass (5:28)
- Linear Momentum (5:11)
- Linear Momentum- Additional Example (12:30)
- Collisions in 1-Dimension (2:03)
- Collisions in 2-Dimensions (3:35)

- Calculus for Physics
- Numbers (3:44)
- Notation (5:30)
- Inequalities (8:42)
- Absolute Values (4:48)
- Piecewise Functions (4:15)
- Symmetry (2:45)
- Radian Measure (5:36)
- Composite Functions (5:24)
- Continuity (4:52)
- Intermediate Value Theorem (4:06)
- Horizontal Asymtotes (2:49)
- Derivatives and Rates of Change (6:31)
- Derivatives of a Function (4:19)
- Proof of Continuity for Differentiation (5:14)
- Proof of The Power Rule (3:56)
- Proof of the Product Rule (8:11)
- Proof of the Quotient Rule (5:45)
- Proof of the Derivative of sin(x) (8:06)
- Proof of the Derivative of cos(x) (6:10)
- Proof of the Derivative of tan(x) (3:06)
- Proof of Limit 1 (6:04)
- Proof of Limit 2 (2:32)
- Proof of Limit 3 (4:06)
- The Chain Rule (3:23)
- Differentiation (3:13)
- Derivative of arcsin(x) (3:59)
- Derivative of arccos(x) (2:56)
- Derivative of arctan(x) (2:28)
- Derivative of ln(x) (1:47)
- Max and Min Values (6:46)

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