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This physics video tutorial explains how to find the net force acting on an object in the horizontal direction. Problems include kinetic frictional force, calculating acceleration using force & mass, and kinematics problems such as finding the distance travel, calculating the final speed or the time it takes to travel. A knowledge of free body diagrams and a basic understanding of newton's laws of motion is required such as newton's 2nd law of motion. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems as well as the formulas & equations needed to solve it.
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Determine the magnitude and direction of the
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Demonstration of the calculations of the resultant force and direction for a concurrent co-planar system of forces.
This video demonstrates the tabular method for 2d systems.

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What is a net force? What is equilibrium? What is an unbalanced force? These and other questions are answered in this video.

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Determine the magnitude of the resultant force
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This physics video tutorial focuses on the addition of vectors by means of components analytically. It explains how to find the magnitude and direction of the resultant force vector. This video contains all of the formulas and equations needed to resolve a vector into its components and to use that in order to find the magnitude and direction angle of the resultant force vector. This video explains how to add 2 and 3 force vectors to get the resultant sum. This tutorial contains plenty of examples and practice problems.
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NET FORCE Video Series - This video shows an example of how to solve a Net Force problem in physics. The net force results from an unbalanced force, which then creates an acceleration or a change in velocity. This is an example of newtons second law of motion.

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This video follows Forces 1-3. This tutorial is about adding forces to get a net force. It includes net force, free body diagrams (FBD), and force addition.
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0:00at this point we've learned a lot about forces forces are pushes or pulls on an
0:07object forces can cause changes in motion forces can speed up an object or
0:15slow it down forces can be contact forces such as applied forces or
0:23friction forces but forces can also be non-contact such as gravity or magnetic
0:31for Asus forces are most commonly measured in Newtons and one Newton is
0:39about the way to the medium Apple pushing forces also called compression
0:46can be measured using a floor scale while pulling forces also called tension
0:54can be measured using a spring scale in this tutorial we're going to learn about
1:01net force that is the addition of more than one force so consider that you
1:09could push on an object with a force of one hundred and and if your friend can
1:15push with a force of sixty Newton's then how much force can you both apply to the
1:22box if you both push well first let's draw little picture of the object with
1:29both forces being represented by arrows in the direction of the force the 100
1:37numero that's your push is shown to the right here then we have your friends 16
1:45you narrow and we'll try it a little bit shortages show that it is a smaller
1:50force and so here we are with the object and the forces on it and we call this
1:57little sketch a free body diagram which we often just radius FBD
2:05free body diagram is used to make a situation look really simple so now
2:12let's consider what
2:13is happening here by referring to a free body diagram now since you're both
2:19pushing in the same direction that is the force arrows on the free body
2:24diagram are both in the same direction we could just add the forces together
2:30and determine that the box receives a total applied force of one hundred and
2:37sixteen Newton's to the right so we'd say that the net force on the object is
2:45one hundred and sixty Newton's to the rate they change in motion of the box
2:50would be as if there was just a single force of one hundred and sixty Newton's
2:57to the right
3:01another example what if your friend was pushing this time in the opposite
3:06direction of you so they're pushing on the other side of the box so you're
3:10pushing with a hundred and to the right and they're pushing the other way with
3:1516 to the left then what happens
3:19well let's first run free body diagram and this time the airless would be going
3:26in opposite directions
3:28your force is going to the rate again but in this case your friends force is
3:33to the left a little bit smaller again so your sources are opposing each other
3:40so they wouldn't add the same anymore with your friends force would be tense
3:46laying out part of your source so you're pushing harder so then met applied force
3:52experienced by the box is your source 100 Newton's minus your friends for 16
4:01IANS which equals forty Newton's to the right so we would say that then met
4:09forests on the object is 40 mutants to the right that change in motion of the
4:16object would be as if there was just a single source of forty Newton's to the
4:22right
4:24one more example what if you were pushing to the rates and your friend was
4:29pushing to the left but we also had a frictional force that is maybe your
4:35object was on a rough concrete floor making it hard to move the friction
4:40force in this case is 40 Newton's to the left
4:45opposing the motion of the box so let's first maker free body diagram so in this
4:52case we have your force pushing right hundred Newtons and then your friends
4:57force pushing left 16 innings now the frictional force is opposing the motion
5:02and so it's going left at forty Newtons and seek insured along the surface here
5:08where it's apply now adding up for a net forest well we have one hundred and
5:14going rights minus sixty Newton's going left and then another 40 news going left
5:22which we have to subtract so we add all that up and we have 100 miners 60-40 and
5:31that equals zero so what does that mean a net force of 0 is almost like having
5:37no force acting on the object at all the emotion doesn't change we would say that
5:45the forces in this case our balance that is they all add up to zero or that the
5:53net force is zero which is a very interesting case
6:00in this tutorial we learn how to consider more than one for us on a

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How to go from a free body diagram to a net force equation. How to set up and use net force equations.

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This physics / mechanics video tutorial focuses on drawing free body diagrams. It explains how to identify forces such as the tension in a rope, static friction, kinetic friction, normal force, weight force, and applied force. It explains how to break up the tension force into its components if an angle is provided. In addition, it discusses how to calculate the net force on an object using newton's 2nd law and how to determine the acceleration of the object using that information. It also contain examples of finding the final speed of a block down an inclined plane as well as other kinematic problems relating to forces and acceleration. It covers the hanging mass problem and the block on an incline. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems. It's full of formulas and equations.

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Calculate the magnitude and direction of the Coulomb force on each of the three charges shown in Figure P15.10.

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This physics video tutorial shows you how to find the net resultant force vector using the pythagorean theorem for two perpendicular vectors and the law of cosines for two vectors that are neither parallel nor perpendicular. It also shows you how to find the resultant force by adding two or more vectors in using cartesian notation.

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Physicks by Epperson, Net Force, summing multiple forces and calculating the net force. Also, how to determine the force that will balance the system.

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This shows how to calculate the net force acting on an object.

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This physics tutorial focuses on forces such as static and kinetic frictional forces, tension force, normal force, forces on incline planes and pulley systems. This video is useful for students taking high school and college level physics. This basic review / introduction tutorial contains plenty of notes, examples, equations / formulas and practice problems for you to master the concepts to prepare well for your next upcoming quiz / exam.
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2. Newton's Second Law of Motion - Force equals mass times acceleration.
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4. Mass vs Weight on Earth and Moon - Force of Gravity
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8. Contact Force / Normal Force - Perpendicular to Surface
9. Normal Force and Tension Practice Problems
10. How To Calculate the Tension Force on a rope connecting to hanging box with upward and downward acceleration plus constant speed / velocity.
11. Net Force - Sum of Forces in X and Y direction - Sigma Notation
12. Resultant Force - Adding Force Vectors that are parallel and perpendicular
13. Physics and Trigonometry - SOHCAHTOA - Pythagorean Theorem and Right Triangle Trig.
14. Sine, Cosine, and Tangent Functions
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16. Finding The Reference Angle Using Inverse Tangent and Resultant Angle Using The Signs of X and Y Plus Quadrants
17. Tension Force on Rope Between Two Blocks Connected By Cord
18. Net Acceleration of Two Boxes
19. Calculating T1 and T2 Tension Forces connected to suspended crate.
20. Finding the Force Exerted By Block A on B
21. Kinetic and Static Friction - Coefficients
22. Forces on Inclined Plane - Normal Force, Gravitational Force
22. Friction and Normal Force Calculations
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24. Two Boxes Connected Through a Pulley with Friction
25. Finding Final Velocity of Block Sliding Down Incline with angle theta - Kinematics - Frictionless Surface
26. Finding Stopping Distance Caused By Kinetic Friction on Horizontal Surface
27. Normal Force on Inclines
28. Finding Direction of Motion on Inclines with Pulley System

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This physics video tutorial explains the concept behind coulomb's law and how to use it calculate the electric force between two and three point charges. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems for students taking high school or college level physics.
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2. Like Charges Repel and Opposite Charges Attract
3. Inverse Square Law
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6. How To Calculate the Distance Between Point Charges
7. How To Determine the Magnitude and Sign of the Missing Charge
8. How To Calculate the Number of Electrons From Charge
9. How To Convert Microcoulombs Uc to Coulombs C
10. cm to m conversion and nanocoulombs nc to Coulombs C
11. How to Calculate the Electric Force Between Three Point Charges on a line
12. 3 Point Charges Forming a Triangle
14. Net Electric Force Vector on 4 Positive Point Charges Forming a Square
15. Magnitude and Direction of net Force Vector - Pythagorean Theorem
16. How to calculate the reference angle using inverse tangent & sohcahtoa
17. how to find the component force for each force vector using sine and cosine
18. F1,2 Force on 1 due to charge 2
19. F3,1 Force on 3 due to charge 1 sign convention
20. F3,2 Force on 3 due to charge 2
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Examples to Explain in details how to find the resultant of two forces with angle between them using the parallelogram method

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This physics video tutorial shows you how to add or subtract vectors to calculate the magnitude and direction / angle of the resultant force vector ad how to perform operations such as the dot product and cross product of two vectors. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems.
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1. How To Add or Subtract Two Vectors Graphically
2. Head to Tail Method of Vector Addition & Subtraction
3. Adding & Subtracting Vectors Using The Parallelogram Law
4. How To Add Vectors Analytically or Algebraically
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6. How To Find The Resultant of Two or Three Vectors
7. How To Find The Magnitude & Direction of The Resultant Force
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13. How To Find The Dot Product of Two Vectors in 2D and 3D
14. How To Find The Dot Product Using The Magnitude of Two Vectors and The Angle Between Them
15. How To Calculate The Magnitude of a vector
16. How To Find The Angle Between Two Vectors Using Inverse Tangent & The Dot Product
17. Work = Force x Displacement x cosine theta - an example of the dot product in real life physics: W=FDcosx
18. How To Tell If Two Vectors Will be Orthogonal or Perpendicular
19. How To Find The Angle Between Two 3 dimensional vectors Using The Dot Product
20. The Cross Product of Two Vectors To Produce a New Vector
21. Proving The Cross Multiplication of Two Vectors Creates a New Vector That's Perpendicular To Both Original Vectors
22. Cross Product Example: F = BqV sinx or Magnetic Force = Magnetic Field x Charge x Velocity x sine (theta)
23. Centripetal Force & Circular Motion of a Proton in a Magnetic Field
24. How To Find The Cross Product of Two Vectors Using Cartesian Vector Notation
25. How To Find The Cross Product Using The Magnitude of Two Vectors and The Angle Between Them
26. How To Find The Resultant Vector Using Vector Notation
27. How To Find The Resultant Force Vector Using The Law of Cosines
28. How To Find The Coordinate Direction Angles of a three dimensional Vector
29. Unit Vector Notation - How To Find The Unit Force Vector

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Determine the magnitude of the resultant force and
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This physics video tutorial explains how to perform vector addition using the parallelogram method. It explains how to find the magnitude and direction of resultants vectors using the law of cosines and the law of sines. This tutorial also confirms this answer using the component method of vector addition - that is by adding the x and y components to get the components of the resultant vector which can be used to find the magnitude based on the pythagorean theorem of right triangles. It also explains how to find the angle of the resultant force vector using the inverse tangent feature vs the parallelogram method of adding vectors.

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The Organic Chemistry Tutor

This video shows you how to find the resultant force of two, three, or more vectors in physics. It also shows you how to find the magnitude and the direction or angle of the resultant / net force vector. This video basically shows you how to add or subtract two or more vectors algebraically.

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The Organic Chemistry Tutor

Determine the magnitude and direction, measured
counterclockwise from the positive x axis, of the resultant
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Determine the magnitude and coordinate direction
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Resolve each force acting on the gusset plate into
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4 examples, two not accelerating and two that are, of drawing a complete force diagram and using vector addition to find the direction of the net force.

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If FB = 3 kN and u = 45, determine the magnitude
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This physics video tutorial explains how to calculate the magnitude and direction of the net electric force acting on a point charge using vector components given 4 identical point charges in a square.
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If the magnitude of the resultant force is to be 500 N,
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Determine the magnitude and direction of the
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Use horizontal and vertical components to find the resultant of two or more vectors. An example is shown of adding three force vectors using the component method. This is the preferred method of adding vectors in Physic.

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046 - Calculating the Electric Force
In this video Paul Andersen explains how you can use Coulomb's Law to determine the electric force between two charges. In Physics 1 students should be able to calculate the force between two charges and in Physics 2 students should be able to determine the force between up to four different charges.
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Using Coulomb's law shows how to calculate the magitude and direction of the electric force between two charged particles. You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, http://www.stepbystepscience.com

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I've started doing an A level physics course with Pembrokeshire College (an online home-educators college) :
http://online.pembrokeshire.ac.uk/
and am just sharing some of my working of physics problems as I go through the excellent book "A Level Physics" Fourth Edition by Roger Muncaster. Any comments or suggestions much appreciated. I'm not a teacher, just a "mature" student doing the course out of a love of physics.

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Mark Aszkenasy

This physics video tutorial explains the concept behind electric field, electric force, charge, and distance. it includes problems with multiple point charges and word problems. It contains plenty of examples and practice problems for you to master the material for your next upcoming quiz / exam.
Here is a list of topics:
1. Electric Field Formula derivation from coulomb's law
2. Electric Field - Force per unit charge
3. Units of Electric Field - N/C
4. Electric Field Due to a Point Charge
5. How to calculate the electric field midway between two point charges
6. How to find the location where the net electric field is zero
7. The direction of force on a tiny positive test charge in an electric field
8. How to calculate acceleration and final speed of an electron within an electric field
9. the electric field inside any conductor in a static situation is zero
10. Electric field problem - equilateral triangle
11. Electric field in a square
12. Electric field caused by 3 point charges at point P
13. How to calculate the mass to keep a charge suspended in air supported by the electric force caused by an electric field
14. Electric field, work, and kinetic energy relationship
15. induced electric field and induced separation of charge inside a metal
16. Electric field between two charges
17. Electric field vector components - resultant vector and angle
18. Magnitude and direction of net electric field vector

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