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- Scalars vs. Vectors
- Distance vs. Displacement
- Speed vs. Velocity
- What is Acceleration? An Explanation
- What is a Force? An Explanation
- What is Inertia? An Explanation

- Kinematic Equations, One Dimensional Horizontal Motion: An Explanation
- Kinematic Equations, Solving for Acceleration, No. 1
- Kinematic Equations, Solving for Acceleration, No. 2
- Kinematic Equations, Solving for Distance, No. 1
- Kinematic Equations, Solving for Distance, No. 2
- Kinematic Equations, Solving for Final Velocity, No. 1
- Kinematic Equations, Solving for Time, No. 1

- What is Free Fall? An Explanation
- Free Fall Motion (old version)
- Free Fall, Solving for Time to Fall From a Known Height
- Free Fall, Solving for Final Velocity After Falling for a Known Time
- Free Fall, Solving for Displacement (Distance) After Falling for a Known Time
- Free Fall, Solving for Height Reached from Known Initial Velocity
- Free Fall, Solving for Initial Velocity Needed to Reach Known Height
- Free Fall, Solving for Total Time In the Air from Known Initial Velocity
- Free Fall, Solving for Initial Velocity from Known Time in the Air
- Free Fall, Solving for Maximum Height when Projected from Known Height
- Free Fall, Solving for Total Time In the Air when Projected from a Known Height
- Free Fall, Solving for Final Velocity at Bottom when Projected from a Known Height

- Projectile Motion, Projected Horizontally from a Known Height (old version)
- Projectile Motion, Projected Horizontally from a Known Height, An Explanation
- Projectile Motion, Projected Horizontally from a known Height, Worked Example
- Projectile Motion, Projected Up at an Angle, Part 1 (old version)
- Projectile Motion, Projected Up at an Angle, Part 2 (old version)
- Two Dimensional Motion, An Explanation
- Two Dimensional Motion, Worked Example

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Absolutely love your videos. Well presented, all pertinent information and lots of examples to practice with

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Thank you very much for your comment. I tried to do enough examples that so that they would cover the basics for most situations.

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