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Torque: Crash Course Physics #12

Torque: Crash Course Physics #12

You have a box. A ring. And a marble. And they’re all at the top of a ramp. Because you know how physics loves ramps. Especially hypothetical ramps! So, let’s say this ramp would allow for static friction, but not kinetic friction. Now, you let go of all of these objects at the same time, […]

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Plasma Physics: Applications | EPFLx on edX | Course About Video
Mathematical Introduction to Circulation

Mathematical Introduction to Circulation

Alright, now we’re going to get into the theoretical work associated with the expression of these vertical circulations using mathematics and so we’re going to start out by talking about some chain of air parcels in the atmosphere over here that we’re going to be calling a closed material curve here C. This is again […]

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Jacobians of Composite Functions – Problem 1 – Jacobian – Engineering Mathematics 1

Jacobians of Composite Functions – Problem 1 – Jacobian – Engineering Mathematics 1

Hi Friends, So in this video we are gonna to see how to find out the Jacobian of composite function so let us start so if let’s say u and v are differentiable function of r and s and let us say r and s are differentiable function of x and y so here we […]

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“Near Earth Object (N.E.O.)” | SUNG SCIENCE

“Near Earth Object (N.E.O.)” | SUNG SCIENCE

Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! I am an asteroid orbiting in space in the belt between Mars and Jupiter. I will collide and go spinning out of place, towards the stars or back towards Earth. I’m made of rocks and metal. Elemental dust that settled. Four and half billion years […]

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Intro to Cryptology: the science of making and breaking codes.
Meet the Scientist: Joanna, PhD student in Chemistry

Meet the Scientist: Joanna, PhD student in Chemistry

– When I was a younger girl, I think, for a while, I wanted to be a pilot, and then I got kicked out of Air Cadets, and I was good at maths and science, and I enjoyed dyeing my hair, and understanding how the chemistry of certain things work. I think I started working […]

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The Toy Master Hides Scientist Lucy!

The Toy Master Hides Scientist Lucy!

(bubbles) – This is the latest invention I made in the Toy Lab. I call it The Ultimate Makeover Bag. – Show us what’s inside, Maya. – My pleasure. (bright music) – [Girls, in unison] Wow. – Yeah, it’s make up disguised as art supplies. – Wow! That’s so clever, Maya! – I get to […]

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Electric Fields: Crash Course Physics #26

Electric Fields: Crash Course Physics #26

Last time, we talked about how charged particles exert electrostatic forces on one another. We calculated these forces using the charge of each particle: which can be either positive or negative, and the distance between them, and we did it with the help of Coulomb’s Law: the equation that tells us the force generated by […]

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The Physics of Slingshots 2 | Smarter Every Day 57

The Physics of Slingshots 2 | Smarter Every Day 57

Hey it’s me Destin. Welcome back to Smarter Every Day. So if you want to become smart in any particular field you have to go talk to the experts. This is why I went to Germany to a guy named Jörg Sprave. [thunder] Now today we’re gonna learn about the physics of slingshots but before […]

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