Physics

Derivation of Equations of Motion for Constant Acceleratoion(1D)
In this lesson, we will go over a central idea in Newton’s motivation behind inventing Calculus. We will introduce a way to derive all Kinematics equations using a simple diagram (xva diagram). We will also go over an exmaple of deriving kinematics equations of constant acceleration and apply it to a numerical example. 

Projectile Motion (2D Kinematics)
In this lesson, we will go over a projectile motion problem and learn how we can apply the Kinematics equations derived in the previous lesson using xva diagram to a 2D Kinematics problem where the motion can be broken down into a constant velocity motion along xaxis and a free fall motion along the yaxis. We will present the relevant equations and use them to solve for some interesting quantities in the problem such the maximum height reaches by the projectile, its total flight time, and the range of motion. After watching this video, you will understand how to analyze a projectile motion in a stepbystep process. 

MATH

Vector representation: graphical & algerbaic
In this lesson, we will discuss what a vector is and how we can represent a vector graphically and algebraically and we provide an example. 

Vector addition & subtraction
In this lesson, we will learn about how to add vectors graphically using Parallelogram method and Headtotail technique as well as algebraically using the vector equation. This lesson assumes we are already familiar with what a vector is and its graphical and algebraic representation. Feel free to watch :”Vector representation: graphical and algebraic” lesson on this channel to review the concept. 
CHEMISTRY

Stoichiometry
In this lesson, we will discuss the cocept of stoichiometry, a very central idea in Chemistry. We learn that stoichiometry is based on the principle of conservation of mass. Using this idea, we learn how to predict the amount of a given product or reactant given another product or reactant. We learn in a stepbystep strategy to tackle Stoichiometry problems and include an example to show how we can apply this idea. 
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