Physics

Physics

Published by: Khan Academy
0 Episodes | First Released: Aug 22 '10
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ricky1628
Oct 12 '18
Rating:   10
Love it

So interesting. Keep making some more. Good job😁

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Charles Mckenzie
Jan 20 '18
Rating:   10
Khan physics is very helpful.

Sal is very knowledgeable on this field. Maybe the length was initially a mistake, but I find short doses work great for me.I like the use of colors, it facilitates me learning these concepts.

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shebaqueen
Oct 15 '14
Rating:   6
Disappointing.

It baffles me somewhat that USF felt comfortable releasing this, considering that their [clearly unprepared] reader stumbles over himself repeatedly and finds it impossible to pronounce words as simple as “genus.” That said, the Physics is a wonderful work, and I do enjoy having the opportunity to listen to it anywhere.

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Someone that uses this App
Dec 23 '13
Rating:   10
No Sound

No sound

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Familia Ordonez
Apr 29 '13
Rating:   10
Way to learn.

Even with two kids under three years old, and no money for grad school, the Kan Academy is allowing me for career change midlife. Awesome..

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Mkjk19
Apr 23 '12
Rating:   8
C.r.o.

Can you please upload a video explaining C.R.O?These videos are extremely helpful :)

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gimmescience
Feb 13 '12
Rating:   10
thank you so much for keeping it free!!!

cause i'm poor ha

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MmePsychosis
Oct 3 '11
Rating:   6
It's a great idea, but there's no substitute for good pedagogy.

I do videos like this for my own introductory physics class, so I'm a big fan of the idea of short example screencasts. I'd heard about Khan academy, and wondered if I could save some prep time by sending my students here for extra help. I was disappointed. I happened to watch the moving pulley problem first. I have several pedagogical quibbles: Where are the stand-alone free body diagrams? Why not write Newton's second law first, then substitute numbers? Why perpetuate the misconception that N = mg in all cases?But the biggest problem is this: the problem is not solved correctly. If the pulley has a significant mass, you must take into account its rotational motion. The tensions in the rope on either side of the pulley will not be equal if there is a significant moment of inertia.

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DYH_1
Jul 9 '11
Rating:   10
6 stars!

If I could rate Dr. Shankar's lectures with more than 5 stars, I would! With just a piece of chalk, Dr. Shankar communicates physics from first principles and demonstrates mathematically why formulae we've come to love & memorize hold true. This IS physics as a science & art! I took Physics 200 with his predecessor, Michael Zeller, over 20 yrs ago & now teach AP physics. These videos are an invaluable resource, more helpful than Halliday & Resnick & teacher trainings. Dr. Shankar consistently chooses the most elegant derivations - brevity thy name is wit - & I am glad that the Electricity & Magnetism series is now available.BTW, yes, that was Dr. Shankar on the iPad 2 ad!

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EashS
Mar 31 '11
Rating:   10
Interesting

I loved it

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Physics101
Jan 1 '11
Rating:   10
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These videos are great 5star all the way. The thing I like about them most is that he explains it real simple so it makes you feel like physics is easy. He is like a second teacher for me kinda. But the only problem is that can you please make a fluids 9 video please.

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dvfett
Dec 30 '10
Rating:   10
Where is Fluids (part 9)

First of all I love these videos, they've helped me grasp basic physics in a very short time frame so that I can compete in a science competition less than a month away. However, I was watching the videos and there is no Fluids (part 9), which causes Fluids (part 10) to be confusing and causes the problem at the end of Fluids (part 8) to remain unsolved. I hope Fluids (part 9) is posted soon.

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blablablabloggerrrrr
Dec 7 '10
Rating:   10
won't sync

when i try to sync the classes onto my ipod it says the video is damaged and it won't sync. :(

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Marisa Corvisiero
Nov 22 '10
Rating:   10
This Collection is Amazing

I feel unbelievable fortunate to have stumbled upon this collection. As an avid reader and follower of many physics topics, I have always wished that I could go back to school to learn more. In my readings, I started with Stephen Hawkins, then Brian Greene, and then moved on to other great minds who have also helped to transition science into the mainstream. However, these understandably often fail in providing the mathematical depth that is the basis for this science. And so, even though I bask in the wonder of the theoretical and the wonderfully informative books that are out there, I am thrilled at having the opportunity to attend a pseudo cyber lecture at one of these prestigious institutions. I am grateful for the opportunity and fully intend to take advantage of it.

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LANECLINT
Nov 21 '10
Rating:   8
Aristole physics

This series is great it gives you an overall view of a great thinker and his deductive thinking. I would recommend this without reservation.

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123 guy
Oct 12 '10
Rating:   6
Good

Not bad

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flarros
Oct 5 '10
Rating:   10
Good stuff

Wish there was more.

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