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Mr. Butler's Physics Cloud
Physics
Course Resources
Holt Text
5E Model
Successful Students
Physics Syllabus 2021
The Science of Physics
Learning Objectives
Focus Questions
Physics is Life
Physics is Curiosity
Introduction to Physics
What is Physics-Inspiration
Fundamental Ideas in Physics
The Scientific Method
Powers of Ten
The Scale of the Universe
Unit Conversion
Unit Conversion Method
Solving Equations and Formulas
Rearranging Physics Equations
Basic Functions and Graphs
Identifying Functions and Graphs
Rectilinear Kinematics I
Learning Objectives
Focus Questions
Quantities of Motion
Frames of Reference
Describing Rectilinear Motion
Position, Displacement, and Distance
Finding Displacement Graphically
Speed vs Velocity
Uniform-Constant Speed
v and a Vectors: Determining Speed Change
Motion Diagrams 1
Motion Diagrams 2
Motion Diagrams 3
Motion Diagrams 4
What is Acceleration
Acceleration Explained
Interpreting Velocity-Time Graphs
Position, Velocity and Acceleration Graphs
Techniques for Interpreting Rectilinear Motion Graphs
Interpreting Position Graphs
Displacement from Velocity Graph
Velocity Change from Acceleration Graph
Rectilinear Kinematics II
Learning Objectives
Hammer vs Feather - Physics on the Moon
Galileo's Inclined Plane
Galileo's Law of Odd Numbers/Squares
da Vinci's Law of Integers
Galileo's Law of Falling Bodies
Galileo, da Vinci and Free-Fall
Free-Fall BBC
Galileo's Law
Graphs of Free-Fall
Free Fall Acceleration
Physics of Sky Diving
Forces in Terminal Velocity
Free Fall and Terminal Velocity
Vectors
Vector Resultant-Order of Adding Vectors
Vector Addition: Graphical Method
2D Graphical Vector Sum
Multiplying Vector by Scalar
Vector Addition: Mathematical Method
Resolving Vectors
2D Kinematics: Projectiles and Relative Moion
Intro to Newton's Laws
Summary of Newton's Laws
What Is Inertia
Application of Newton's Laws
Free Fall and Terminal Velocity
Physics of Sky Diving
Gravitation w/Kepler's Laws
Kepler's 1st Law
Kepler's 2nd Law
Kepler's 3rd Law
Living With Tides
How The Tides Work
Spring and Neap Tides
Tides and the Moon
Work-Energy
Power Output Comparison
Impulse-Momentum
Waves
Electromagnetism