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Course curriculum

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Outlines

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Chapter 1  Units and Vectors

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Chapter 2 – Motion in One Dimension

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Chapter 3 – Motion in Two Dimensions

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Chapter 4 – The Laws of Motion

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Chapter 5 – Energy

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Chapter 6 – Momentum and Collisions

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Chapter 7 – Rotational Motion and the Law of Gravity

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Chapter 8 – Rotational Equilibrium and Rotational Dynamics

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Chapter 9 Solids and Fluids

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Chapter 10  Gases

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Chapters 11/12  Thermodynamics

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Chapter 13  Oscillatory Motion and Waves

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Chapter 14  Sound

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Chapter 15  Electric Forces and Fields

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Chapter 16  Electrical Energy and Capacitance

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Chapter 17  Current and Resistance

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Chapter 18  Complex DirectCurrent (DC) Circuits

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Chapter 19  Magnetism

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Chapter 20  Induced Voltages and Inductance

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Chapter 21  AlternatingCurrent (AC) Circuits and Electromagnetic Waves

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Chapter 22  Reflection and Refraction of Light

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Chapter 23  Mirrors and Lenses

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Chapter 24  Wave Optics

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Chapter 25  Quantum Physics

College Physics 2017 Complete Outlines [5] 
1.1 Units (2:03) 1.2 Vectors (21:53) 
2.4 Diagrams of Position vs Time (4:57) 2.5 Diagrams of Velocity vs Time (7:19) 2.3 Kinematics Calculations for Freely Falling Objects (7:30) 
3.1 Relative Motion (6:09) 3.2 Projectile Motion in One and Two Dimensions (19:05) 3.3 Projectile Motion Example #2  Drop in height of a ball thrown by a pitcher (5:19) 3.4 Projectile Motion Example #3  Projectile Fired at a Building (6:02) 
4.1 Introduction to Forces, Fields, and Newton's Laws of Motion (7:08) 4.2 Introduction to Gravity, Normal Force, and Friction (8:38) 4.3 Examples Involving a Scale on an Elevator (11:50) 4.4 Examples Involving Pulling on a Horizontal Surface (9:25) 4.5 Examples Involving Inclined Planes (16:59) 4.6 Example Involving Tension (2:53) 4.7 Examples Involving Pulleys (11:26) 
5.1 Work (18:15) 5.2 Mechanical Energy (18:18) 5.3 Springs (13:16) 5.4 Power (6:33) 5.5 Work by a Varying Force (4:04) A Little Help 
6.1 Momentum and Impulse (10:51) 6.2 Introduction to Elastic, Inelastic, and Perfectly Inelastic Collisions (3:59) 6.3 Collisions Example #1  An Inelastic Collision (5:17) 6.4 Collisions Example #2  Exploding Fragments as a Perfectly Inelastic Collision in Reverse (8:09) 6.5 Collisions Example #3  Determining the Speed of a Bullet (9:14) 
Sound Malfunction 7.1 Rotational Kinematics (14:43) 7.2 Centripetal Force and Acceleration (7:16) 7.3 Examples Involving Centripetal Force and Acceleration (12:42) 7.4 Gravity and Centripetal Force and Acceleration (12:23) 7.5 Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion (8:37) 
8.1 Introduction to Torque and Rotational Inertia (9:34) 8.2 Torque for a Door on a Hinge (3:06) 8.3 Torque Problems for Systems in Equilibrium Example #1 (4:54) 8.4 Torque Problems for Systems in Equilibrium Example #2 (11:11) 8.5 Torque Problems for Systems in Equilibrium Example #3 (8:12) 8.6 Angular Momentum and Rotational Kinetic Energy (9:08) 
9.1 Elasticity of Solids (21:08) 9.2 Density and Pressure (12:52) 9.3 Manometers and Barometers (9:06) 9.4 Buoyancy and Archimedes' Principle (21:46) 9.5 The Hydraulic Jack (8:30) 9.6 HydrodynamicsLaminar Flow and The Equation of Continuity (7:51) 9.7 HydrodynamicsBernoulli's Equation (12:12) 
10.1 Pressure and Gas Laws (13:05) 10.2 The Combined Gas Law and Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures (6:26) 10.3 The Kinetic Model of Gases and the Perfect Gas Law (16:19) 10.4 Maxwell Distribution of Speeds (5:12) 
1 Introduction to the First Law of Thermodynamics (12:05) 2 Heat Capacities (11:27) 3 Internal Energy, Enthalpy, and CpCv (9:31) 4 Expansion Work (8:45) 5 Calculations and Derivations Involving Internal Energy and Enthalpy (14:48) 6 The 2nd and 3rd Laws of Thermodynamics and Entropy (7:03) 7 Entropy Changes During Expansion and Heating (14:59) 
13.1 Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM), Springs, and Pendulums (16:35) 13.2 The Frequency and Period of SHM (14:52) 13.3 Waves (12:35) 13.4 Standing Waves (11:01) 
14.1 Wave Nature and Speed of Sound (7:37) 14.2 Sound Intensity and Intensity Level (6:19) 14.3 The Doppler Effect (7:13) 
15.1 Charge, Insulators, and Conductors (6:37) 15.2 Coulomb's Law (20:03) 15.3 Electric Fields (12:47) 15.4 Conductors in Electrostatic Equilibrium (4:01) 15.5 Gauss's Law and Electric Flux (13:50) 
16.1 Electric Potential and Potential Energy (20:59) 16.2 Capacitance and Parallel Plate Capacitors (13:08) 16.3 Capacitors in DC Circuits (17:13) 
17.1 Current and Ohm's Law (8:06) 17.2 Resistance (15:10) 17.3 Resistors in DC Circuits (21:47) 17.4 Voltmeters and Ammeters (2:44) 
18.1 Sources of Emf (4:49) 18.2 Complex Circuits and Kirchoff's Rules (20:46) 18.3 RC Circuits (14:17) 
19.1 Introduction to Magnetic Fields (5:29) 19.2 Magnetic Force on a Charge in Motion (13:17) 19.3 Magnetic Force on a CurrentCarrying Wire (7:45) 19.4 Torque on a CurrentCarrying Loop (8:06) 19.5 Magnetic Field Due to a CurrentCarrying Wire (17:22) 19.6 Magnetic Field at the Center of a CurrentCarrying Loop (2:35) 19.7 Magnetic Field at the Center of a Solenoid (3:36) 19.8 Final Thoughts on Magnetism (2:18) A Little Help 
20.1 Introduction to Faraday's Law and Lenz's Law (6:39) 20.2 Application of Faraday's Law and Lenz's Law (19:53) 20.3 Motional Emf (11:53) 20.4 Generators, Motors, and Back Emf (9:29) 20.5 Mutual Inductance and Transformers (11:42) 20.6 SelfInductance (4:24) 20.7 RL Circuits (14:24) 
21.1 Rms Current and Voltage in AC Circuits (2:25) 21.2 Maxwell's Theory of Electromagnetism (6:58) 21.3 Introduction to Electromagnetic Radiation (13:32) 21.4 Energy, Power, and Intensity of Electromagnetic Waves (4:04) 21.5 The Doppler Effect (5:06) 21.6 The Polarization of Light (6:26) 
22.1 Plane Mirrors and the Law of Reflection (2:27) 22.2 Indexes of Refraction (3:20) 22.3 Snell's Law of Refraction (11:40) 22.4 Total Internal Reflection (3:35) 
23.1 Introduction to Spherical Mirrors and Thin Lenses 23.2 Concave (Converging) Mirrors 23.3 Convex (Diverging) Mirrors 23.4 Diverging Lenses 23.5 Converging Lenses 23.6 Calculations Involving Mirrors and Thin Lenses 23.7 Combinations of Lenses 23.8 Vision Correction 
24.1 DoubleSlit Interference (21:47) 24.2 Thin Film Interference (17:14) 24.3 Diffraction Gratings and SingleSlit Interference (4:47) 
25.1 Blackbody Radiation (5:44) 25.2 The Photoelectric Effect (10:39) 25.3 The Bohr Model of the Atom and Electronic Transitions (16:20) 25.4 The Compton Effect (3:38) 25.5 The DeBroglie Wavelength of Matter (4:42) 25.6 Wave Functions (1:38) 25.7 The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle (3:30)