This video goes through a right triangle problem, finding the length of two sides and an angle. It is a basic review of SOH CAH TOA and the Pythagorean Theorem; very fundamental items in Physics. (13:08)
Times of Content:
0:35 Defining a Right Tr...iangle
1:09 Defining the problem
2:12 Defining SOH CAH TOA
4:02 Defining Opposite and Adjacent
5:04 Step 1) Finding the Hypotenuse
7:12 Step 2) Finding Side y
9:19 Step 3) Finding Theta 2
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The Rules of Rounding with several examples and a common mistake. How to use Significant Figures in Physics.
Content Times:
0:23 The Basic Rules of Rounding
0:44 Two Examples
1:19 The Arcane Rounding Rule (Beware!)
2:04 More Examples
3:08 The... Addition and Subtraction Rules of Rounding
3:39 The Multiplication and Division Rules of Rounding
5:17 Working with Significant Figures in Physics
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Introduction to SI (Système international d'unités or Metric Units) and English (or Imperial) units. Dimensions are your Friend.
Content Times:
0:15 Dimensions are your Friends!
2:11 Base Dimensions
2:43 The Table of Base Dimensions
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This video (12:26) includes the basics of doing conversions, why conversions work, conversions with squares and fractions. Includes several examples.
Times of the examples:
0:59 - 11 millimeters to meters
2:54 - 4.2 cm to m
3:35 - 17 g to kg
4...:32 - 14 m/s to km/hr
7:40 - 12.2 mm^2 to m^2
9:50 - 120 km/hr^2 to m/s^2
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