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Post by Maximillian Lanander on January 22, 2013

The dimensional analysis example was great, it must have slipped my mind at some point seeing as I haven't had a physics course in over 3 years.

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Post by Heather Fant on April 30, 2011

Which video would be helpful for showing charge density of a subshell is spherically symmetrical when given specific angular part of wavefunctions?

Introduction to Physics (Basic Math)

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  • Intro 0:00
  • What is Physics? 1:35
    • Physicists and Philosophers
    • Differences Between
    • Experimental Observations
    • Laws (Mathematical)
    • Modification of Laws/Experiments
    • Example: Newton's Laws of Mechanics
    • Example: Einstein's Relativity
  • Units 8:50
    • Various Units
    • SI Units
    • Length (meter)
    • Mass (kilogram)
    • Time (second)
    • MKS Units (meter kilogram second)
    • Definition of Second
    • Definition of Meter
    • Definition of Kilogram
    • Multiplying/Dividing Units
  • Trigonometry Overview 21:24
    • Sine and Cosine
    • Pythagorean Theorem
    • Tangent
    • Sine and Cosine of Angles
    • Similar Triangles
    • Right Triangle (Opposite, Adjacent, Hypotenuse)
    • Other Angles (30-60-90)
  • Law of Cosines 31:38
    • Proof of Law of Cosines
  • Law of Sines 37:03
    • Proof of Law of Sines
  • Scalars and Vectors 41:00
    • Scalar: Magnitude
    • Vector: Magnitude and Direction
    • Examples
  • Extra Example 1: Unit Conversion
  • Extra Example 2: Law of Cosines
  • Extra Example 3: Dimensional Analysis