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 Lessons: 16
 Total Time: 7h 21m
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 Created At: 09/11/2010
 Last Updated At: 08/12/2011
This homework tutorial series is guaranteed to assist College Physics or Advanced Placement Physics students in their study of the topics of Mechanics! Three experienced Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in 8 different Mechanics topics. Each of the 85+ tutorials examines a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. The homework tutorials in this series are sure to help Physics students complete their homework and better understand all Physics topics!
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)
The 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in this series are divided into the following topics:
 AP Physics Topic 1: Basics of Physics
 AP Physics Topic 2: OneDimensional Motion & Kinematics
 AP Physics Topic 3: TwoDimensional Motion & Projectiles
 AP Physics Topic 4: Forces & Newton's Laws
 AP Physics Topic 5: Work & Energy
 AP Physics Topic 6: Momentum
 AP Physics Topic 7: Circular Motion & Gravity
 AP Physics Topic 8: Torque & Rotational Motion
Each lesson can also be purchased individually, or as part of the series:
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.
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Barb Newitt, Brad Newitt, and Jeff Berndt are the AP Physics Teachers in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. They have led their own students to great success in their classrooms, and now they're ready to be your "online tutors" for AP or College Physics! Their homework example videos make the often difficult subject of Physics easier to understand and are a valuable resource to any Physics student. Most videos are designed for AP Physics or College Physics courses, but some will apply to lower levels of Physics as well.
Lessons Included
 AP Physics Topic 1 Examples
 AP Physics Topic 2A Examples
 AP Physics Topic 2B Examples
 AP Physics Topic 3A Examples
 AP Physics Topic 3B Examples
 AP Physics Topic 3C Examples
 AP Physics Topic 4A Examples
 AP Physics Topic 4B Examples
 AP Physics Topic 4C Examples
 AP Physics Topic 5A Examples
 AP Physics Topic 5B Examples
 AP Physics Topic 6A Examples
 AP Physics Topic 6B Examples
 AP Physics Topic 7A Examples
 AP Physics Topic 7B Examples
 AP Physics Topic 8 Examples
Below are the descriptions for each of the lessons included in the series:

AP Physics Topic 1 Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "The Basics of Physics." Each of the 6 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: the metric system, SI labels, unit conversions, dimensional analysis, and significant figures or significant digits. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
11: Metric Conversions
12: Unit Conversions & Dimensional Analysis
13: Unit Conversions & Dimensional Analysis (II)
14: Unit Conversions & Dimensional Analysis (III)
15: Dimensional Analysis
16: Significant FiguresThe tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 2A Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "OneDimensional Motion and Kinematics." Each of the 5 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: analyzing positiontime, velocitytime, and accelerationtime graphs, creating positiontime, velocitytime, and accelerationtime graphs, and the "area under the curve" method for finding displacement. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
21: PositionTime Graphs
22: PositionTime Graphs (II)
23: VelocityTime Graphs
24: Position from VelocityTime Graphs
25: Position from VelocityTime Graphs (II)
The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 2B Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "OneDimensional Motion and Kinematics." Each of the 9 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: calculating velocity and acceleration, two objects meeting, velocity and displacement of an accelerating object, and the acceleration of gravity. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
26: Acceleration
27: Displacement of an Accelerating Object
28: Displacement of an Accelerating Object (II)
29: Displacement of an Accelerating Object (III)
210: Two Objects Meeting
211: Falling Object
212: Object Accelerated by Gravity
213: Object Accelerated by Gravity (II)
214: Object Accelerated by Gravity (III)The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 3A Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "TwoDimensional Motion and Projectiles." Each of the 4 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: resultant vectors, vector components, measuring the angle of a vector, and adding two nonperpendicular vectors. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
31: Vector Components
32: Resultant Vectors
33: Resultant Vectors (II)
34: Resultant Vectors (III)The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 3B Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "TwoDimensional Motion and Projectiles." Each of the 3 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: projectiles with initial horizontal velocity, final velocity of a projectile, and distance traveled by a projectile. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
35: Velocity & Position of a Horizontal Projectile
36: Final Velocity of a Horizontal Projectile
37: Initial Velocity of a Horizontal Projectiles
The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 3C Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "TwoDimensional Motion and Projectiles." Each of the 4 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: projectiles with initial vertical velocity, height and range of a projectile, and initial horizontal and vertical components of velocity. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
38: Horizontal and Vertical Velocities of a Projectile
39: Maximum Height and Range of a Projectiles
310: Final Height of a Projectiles
311: Initial Velocity of a ProjectileThe tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 4A Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion." Each of the 4 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: free body diagrams, force and net force, inertia, Newton's 2nd Law of Motion, and mass and weight. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
41: Free Body Diagrams
42: Newton's 2nd Law
43: Mass & Weight
44: Newton's 2nd Law (II)The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 4B Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion." Each of the 5 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: tension at equal angles, tension at unequal angles, static equilibrium, Atwood machines, and Atwood machines on an incline. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
45: Tension at Equal Angles
46: Tension at Unequal Angles
47: Atwood Machine
48: Atwood Machine (II)
49: Atwood Machine on an Incline
The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 4C Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion." Each of the 6 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: static and kinetic coefficients of friction, friction with an adjusted normal force, applying friction to Newton's 2nd Law, friction on an inclined plane, and Atwood Machines on an incline with friction. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
410: Static and Kinetic Friction
411: Acceleration with Friction
412: Friction with an Adjusted Normal Force
413: Friction on an Incline
414: Friction on an Incline (II)
415: Atwood Machine on an InclineThe tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 5A Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "Work and Energy." Each of the 6 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: work, work from a forcedistance graph, work and kinetic energy, and potential energy. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
51: Work
52: Work (II)
53: Work and Kinetic Energy
54: Work and Kinetic Energy (II)
55: Work from a Graph
56: Potential EnergyThe tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 5B Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "Work and Energy." Each of the 7 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: conservation of energy, mechanical energy, conservative and nonconservative forces, and power. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)The tutorials included in this lesson are:
57: Conservation of Energy
58: Conservation of Energy (II)
59: Conservation of Energy (III)
510: Conservation of Energy and Work
511: Conservation of Energy and Work (II)
512: Power
513: Power (II)The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 6A Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "Momentum and Impulse." Each of the 6 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: momentum and impulse, momentum and its relationship to force, acceleration, and velocity, conservation of momentum, elastic, inelastic, and perfectly inelastic collisions, and forcetime graphs. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
61: Impulse and Momentum
62: Impulse and Momentum (II)
63: Impulse from a Graph
64: Conservation of Momentum
65: Conservation of Momentum (II)
66: Conservation of Momentum (III)The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 6B Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "Momentum and Impulse." Each of the 5 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: conservation of momentum, elastic, inelastic, and perfectly inelastic collisions, ballistics, momentum and projectiles, momentum in two dimensions, and glancing collisions. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
67: Momentum and Projectiles
68: Ballistic Pendulum
69: Conservation of Momentum and Friction
610: Glancing Collisions
611: Glancing Collisions (II)
The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series: "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 7A Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "Uniform Circular Motion and Gravity." Each of the 6 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: tangential velocity, centripetal acceleration, centripetal force, uniform circular motion, centripetal force from friction or tension, unbanked curves, centripetal force from normal force or weight, and horizontal and vertical circles. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
71: Centripetal Acceleration
72: Centripetal Force
73: Centripetal Force from Friction
74: Centripetal Force from Tension
75: Centripetal Force in Vertical Circles
76: Centripetal Force in Vertical Circles (II)
The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series: "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 7B Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "Uniform Circular Motion and Gravity." Each of the 7 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: centripetal force and energy, centripetal force in a pendulum, gravitational force and resultant gravitational force, gravitational acceleration, satellite motion, and gravitational potential energy. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)Tutorials included in this lesson:
77: Centripetal Force and Energy
78: Centripetal Force and Energy (II)
79: Gravitational Force
710: Gravitational Force as Centripetal Force
711: Gravitational Acceleration
712: Gravitational Potential Energy
713: Gravitational Potential Energy (II)
The tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series: "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.

AP Physics Topic 8 Examples
Advanced Placement (AP) Physics teachers explain how to complete homework problems in "Torque and Rotational Motion." Each of the 3 tutorials explains a different problem or problems in detail, complete with equations, diagrams, and hints for successful Physics problem solving. Specific topics included in this lesson are: torque, lever arms, rotational motion, and static equilibrium. PDF files of the problems and solutions for the tutorials in this lesson are also included.
Applicable to AP Physics or NonCalculus College Physics (and some lower level physics.)The tutorials included in this lesson are:
81: Torque
82: Torque (II)
83: Torque and Static EquilibriumThe tutorials in this lesson are also part of the following series:
 "AP Physics Mechanics Homework Examples" which includes 16 lessons (85+ tutorials) in the basics of Physics, kinematics, projectiles, vectors, forces and Newton's Laws, work and energy, momentum, uniform circular motion, gravity, and torque and static equilibrium.
 "AP Physics Homework Examples – Full Course" which includes 50 lessons (230 tutorials) in all topics of Physics: Mechanics, Fluids, and Thermal Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, and Modern Physics.
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