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PHYS 1408: Principles of Physics I

School: Texas Tech University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 35

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Terminal Voltage Calculation for Battery with Resistors
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Unlock the secrets of battery performance in this video! We calculate the terminal voltage for a battery with internal resistance, connected in series with resistors of different values. Explore the effects of resistance on voltage in electrical circuits.

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.

Warming Inhaled Air: Volume Increase Calculation
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Explore the fascinating science of air temperature change in this video! We calculate how the volume of inhaled air increases as it warms from 0.0°C to body temperature. Discover the principles of thermal expansion in the human body.

Understanding Volume Units and Cylinder Formula
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In this educational video, we dive into the concept of volume and its units. We explore the correct units for measuring volume and discuss the common misconception that a cylinder's volume is given by ?r^3h. Join us for a comprehensive explanation of the fundamentals of volume measurement and understand why the given formula doesn't hold.

Sandal's Velocity Relative to Ship and Shore Observer
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Explore the intriguing physics of a sandal dropped from a moving ship and learn how to calculate its velocity relative to the ship and a stationary observer on shore.

Calculating Jet Engine Thrust for Cruising Speed
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Dive into the world of aviation as we calculate the thrust required for a medium-sized jet to maintain a cruising speed of 230 m/s at a specific altitude. Explore the impact of air density and drag coefficients on aircraft performance.

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