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Post by Muhammad Khoder on February 22, 2014

crystal clear

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Post by Kurt Whisenant on March 20, 2013

Should you not consider the 0.5 coefficient in front of T_3?

Newton's Laws of Motion

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Force 0:21
    • Contact Force (Push or Pull)
    • Field Forces
    • Gravity
    • Electromagnetic Force
    • Strong Force
    • Weak Force
    • Contact Force as Electromagnetic Force
    • Focus on Contact Force and Gravitational Force
  • Newton's First Law 7:37
    • Statement of First Law of Motion
    • Uniform Motion (Velocity is Constant)
    • Inertia
  • Newton's Second Law 11:19
    • Force as a Vector
    • Statement of Second Law of Motion
    • Force (Formula)
    • Example: 1 Force
    • Newton (Unit of Force)
    • Example: 2 Forces
  • Newton's Third Law 19:38
    • Action and Reaction Law
    • Statement of Third Law of Motion
    • Example: 2 Objects
    • Example: Objects in Contact
    • Example: Person on Earth
  • Gravitational Force and the Weight of an Object 24:01
    • Force of Attraction Formula
    • Point Mass and Spherical Objects
    • Example: Gravity on Earth
    • Example: 1 kg on Earth
  • Friction 37:09
    • Normal Force
    • Example: Small Force
    • Force of Static Friction
    • Maximum Force of Static Friction
    • Values of Coefficient of Static Friction
    • Coefficient of Kinetic Friction
    • Force of Kinetic Friction
    • Example: Horizontal Force
    • Example: Angled Force
  • Extra Example 1: Wire Tension
  • Extra Example 2: Car Friction
  • Extra Example 3: Big Block and Small Block