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This video consists of a few demonstrations covering the heating effect of electric currents. 1. An electric current is run through a thin metal wire. As the strength of the current increases,…

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This video will show you how to solve problem number 16 on pag2 172 of the Phat book

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IB senior Victoria Nguyen teaching you how to solve a fat problem.

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A little how to for finding uncertainty using linear regression

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Learn how to use F-d graphs to determine the work done on an object by a non-constant force--compute the area under the curve!

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We explore the relationship between electricity and magnetism by introducing the right-hand rule as well as the equations F = ILBsin(theta) and F = qvBsin(theta).

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The field is a human construction that attempts to explain the "action at a distance" of non-contact forces. We look at gravitational and electric fields in this lesson.

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In the video Mr Drew outline two key laws used when studying polarisation; Brewster's Law and Malus' Law. He explains how each law is used and gives a few worked examples of each. In addition Mr Drew…

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On the evening of Wednesday, November 14th, 2012, Zlatan Ibrahimovic capped a wonderful performance for Sweden against England by scoring one of the finest goals in the history of the beautiful game.…

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