Kinematics One Dimensional Motion Basic and Advanced

Basic Definitions involving differentiation and integrationwith Equations of Motion and Graphs

Note: This course is intended for purchase by adults (above 18 years) or by parents or guardians of students of age below 18

What you’ll learn

• You will understand basic kinematical quantities like distance travelled, displacement, velocity etc by using integrals.
• You will learn definitions involving differentiation and integration.
• You will learn equations of motion for constant acceleration.
• You will learn graphs and solving problems with graphs.

Course Content

• Introduction –> 9 lectures • 1hr 13min.
• Constant Acceleration and Equations of Motion –> 4 lectures • 44min.
• One Dimensional Kinematics Definitions –> 2 lectures • 23min.
• Problems of One dimensional Kinematics –> 9 lectures • 1hr 38min.
• Motion under gravity –> 4 lectures • 48min.
• Graphs –> 3 lectures • 42min.

Requirements

Note: This course is intended for purchase by adults (above 18 years) or by parents or guardians of students of age below 18

Here you will be introduced to basic definitions of kinematics involving integration which are as follows: distance travelled, displacement, position vector, average speed, average velocity, speed, velocity and acceleration. Each definition is presented very carefully with proper illustrations and examples. This is followed by a discussion on the special case which one often encounters in kinematics namely the case of constant acceleration.. The equations of motion for this case of constant acceleration are derived and their intricacies are thoroughly discussed. This is followed by a discussion on one dimensional kinematics and the types of problems one encounters in them. The focus of this course is mainly on one dimensional kinematics though the definitions are given keeping in view the two and three dimensional kinematics so that at a later stage you can smoothly transition to two dimensional and three dimensional kinematics. The different problems discussed here cover almost all important cases like velocity-time, acceleration-time, velocity-position, acceleration-velocity and acceleration-position relations and questions after giving these relations. I have extensively used vectors and Calculus and I suggest to go through my vectors and differential calculus and integral calculus courses before venturing in to this topic.  Special emphasis is given on graphs and graph based problems. The concepts of calculus like “derivative gives slope” and “integration gives area” are used extensively in the discussion on graphs and their problems. After this course you will have basically mastered almost the whole of one dimensional kinematics and ready to take up two dimensional and three dimensional motion

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