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PHY 2053: Physics without Calculus I

School: Florida International University

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Calculating Object and Oil Density through Buoyancy
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Dive into the world of buoyancy and density in this video! We explore how an object's weight changes when immersed in water and oil. Join us to calculate the density of the object and the oil, unraveling the principles of fluid dynamics and buoyant forces.

Angle of Hanging Hand Straps on a Turning Streetca
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Discover the physics behind the angle formed by loosely hanging hand straps on a streetcar negotiating a curved turn.

Hotel Peephole Lens: Achieving a 180-Degree View Through Refraction
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Uncover the fascinating science behind peephole lenses, including the principles of light refraction and observer positioning that allow for an extensive field of vision through a hotel room door.

Understanding L-C Circuit Dynamics: Voltage Current & Energy Analysis
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Explore the intricate dynamics of an L-C circuit as we analyze voltage current and energy transitions between a 60.0 millihenry inductor and a 250 microfarad capacitor. Understand the principles of energy transfer and storage in this system. Uncover key insights from calculations on capacitor charges and inductor energies at specific circuit conditions.

Identifying Base Quantities in the SI System
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Uncover the fundamental base quantities of the SI system and test your knowledge with a quiz to identify which one is not considered a base quantity. Is it mass, length, energy, time, or are they all base quantities? Join us to find out!

Warm Hands by Friction: Temperature Increase Calculation
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Join us to explore the science of hand-warming through friction in this video. We calculate the temperature increase as a woman rubs her hands together, converting work into thermal energy. Dive into the physics of heat generation and discover how friction can keep you warm.

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