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PHY 2049: Physics with Calculus II

School: Florida International University

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Spherical Capacitor: Calculating Capacitance and Plate Area
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Explore the concept of capacitance in a spherical capacitor and learn how to calculate it. Discover how to find the plate area for a parallel-plate capacitor with the same capacitance and separation.

Triangle Masses: Net Force and Side Length Effects
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Discover the gravitational forces at play in a triangle of masses in this video. We calculate the net force on each mass and explore how changing the side length impacts these forces. Join us for a gravitational journey through physics.

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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.

Critical Angle for Total Internal Reflection
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Discover the magic of total internal reflection in this video! We explore how a ray of light refracts when traveling from glass into water. Find out the critical angle needed for total reflection, preventing any light from entering the water. Dive into the world of optics and refraction.

Earth's Measurements: Circumference, Surface Area, and Volume
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Explore Earth's dimensions in this video! We calculate its circumference, surface area, and volume. Join us to understand the scope of our planet, both in its physical size and mathematical concepts.

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