Waves, sound and Doppler effect tutorial

Follow along with our graduate GEYM tutor, Ole Krarup, as he explains the physics behind waves, sound and Doppler effect.

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- Sep 1, 2020

Waves, sound and Doppler effect tutorial

Follow along with our graduate GEYM tutor, Ole Krarup, as he explains the physics behind waves, sound and Doppler effect.

- Sep 1, 2020

Kinematics Tutorial

Key Concepts: Displacement Velocity Acceleration Equations of motion Projectile motion QUESTION 1: "A car is driving down a highway....

- Sep 1, 2020

Free body diagrams and forces tutorial

What is a "free body diagram" anyways? Basically, it's a drawing that shows all the force arrows affecting an object! How do we use them?

- Sep 1, 2020

Separation of variables tutorial

How fast does your car come to a stop and what does this have to do with differential equations and separation of variables?

- Sep 1, 2020

Integrals and integration tutorial

Key concepts: Integrals/integration Definite and indefinite integrals Substitution Let's face it: Doing integrals and doing them right...

- Sep 1, 2020

Derivatives and differentiation tutorial

Key concepts: Derivatives/differentiation Product rule Chain rule Quotient rule If you are reading this tutorial, your teacher has...

- Sep 1, 2020

Sine and Cosine Tutorial

Key concepts: Trigonometry Sine and cosine Geometry Look, we get it; trigonometry kind of sucks. As if regular geometry wasn't bad enough...

- Sep 1, 2020

Astronomy and Gravity Tutorial

Do you find your homework on gravity to be unattractive? Don't worry! Check out our physics tutor's explanation of Newton's law of Gravity!

- Sep 1, 2020

Circular motion tutorial

Key concepts:
Circular motion
Centrifugal force
Newton's laws

- Sep 1, 2020

Elastic Collision Tutorial

What do billiard balls and colliding air molecules have in common? Check out our physics tutor's explanation of elastic collisions!

- Sep 1, 2020

Inelastic collisions: The physics of snowball fights!

Have you ever been hit in the face with a snowball and wondered if both energy and momentum were conserved in the process?

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