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April 19, 2023

April 19, 2023

Here is a list of the chapters which include "**Basics & Advanced Physics**" with a brief discussion for each and tutorial links:

» Measurement of Length

» Measurement of Mass

» Measurement of Time

» What is Plane Angle?

» What is Solid Angle?

» What is Parallax Method?

» What is Parallax Angle or Parallactic Angle.

» What is the Accuracy of Instruments?

» What is Precision of Instruments?

» What are Errors in Measurement?

» What are Significant Figures?

» What are the Instruments Used for Measurement in Physics?

» What is Main Scale

» What is Vernier Scale?

» What is Least Count?

» What is Screw Pitch?

» What is Vernier Caliper or Slide Caliper? How It is Used?

» What is Screw Gauge? How It is Used?

» What is Frame of Reference?

» What is a Coordinate System?

» What is a Cartesian Coordinate System?

» What is 1-D Cartesian Coordinate System?

» What is 2-D Cartesian Coordinate System?

» What is 3-D Cartesian Coordinate System?

» What is a Polar Coordinate System?

» What is a Spherical Coordinate System?

» What are Variable and Constant?

» What is Function in Physics?

» Why do We Use Summation in Maths/Physics?

» Why do We Use Limits in Maths/Physics?

» What is Differential Calculus?

» What is Integral Calculus?

» What is Rectilinear Motion?

» What is Translation?

» What is Rotation?

» What is Mixed Motion?

» What is Average Speed?

» What is Average Velocity?

» What is Instantaneous Velocity?

» What is Acceleration?

» What is Average Acceleration?

» What is Instantaneous Acceleration?

» Different Types of Graphs

» Kinematic Equations for Constant Acceleration?

» What is Galileo’s law of odd numbers?

» Geometrical Representation of a vector

» Some facts about vector

» What is the Equal vector?

» What is the Opposite vector?

» What is the Collinear Vector?

» What is the Coplanar Vector?

» What is the Unit Vector?

» What is the Zero or Null Vector?

» Vector Addition ( Graphical and Analytical Method)

» Vector Subtraction ( Graphical and Analytical Method)

» Resultant Vector of two vectors

» Addition of Three or More Vectors (Law of Polygon of Vector)

» Resolution of Vectors

» Representation of a vector in 2-D Coordinate System

» What is Position Vector?

» What is Displacement Vector?

» Magnitude and Direction of a Vector

» What is Relative Velocity?

» What is Relative Acceleration?

» Motion of a Boat on a River

» Product of a Scalar and a Vector

» What is Scalar or Dot Product?

» What is Vector or Cross Product?

» What is Uniform Circular Motion? Formulas

» What is Newton's First Law of Motion?

» What are the Units Mass?

» Rest Mass and Relativistic Mass

» What is the Law of Conservation of Mass?

» What is Inertia of Rest?

» What is Inertia of Motion?

» Rest and Motion?

» What is Linear Motion?

» What is Circular motion?

» What is the Inertial Frame of Reference?

» What is Non-Inertial Frame of Reference

» What are the Units Force?

» What are the Types of Forces?

» What is Newton's Second Law of Motion?

» What is Acceleration?

» What is Weight?

» What is Apparent Weight?

» What is Impulsive Force?

» What is the Force of Impulsion?

» What is Newton's Third Law of Motion?

» Different Types of Action-Reaction

( Thrust, Tention, Push, Pull, Collision, Attraction, Repulsion, Friction)

» How do Rockets go in Space?

» Equilibrium of a Body on an Inclined Plane

» Acceleration of a Body on an Inclined Plane

» Advantages and Disadvantages of Friction

» What is Circular Motion?

» What is Angular Displacement?

» What is Angular Velocity?

» What is Instantaneous Angular Velocity?

» What is Angular Acceleration?

» What is Instantaneous Angular Acceleration?

» What is Centripetal Force?

» What is Centrifugal Force?

» Motion of a car on a level road

» Motion of a car on a banked road

» What is Work?

» What is No Work Force?

» Work Done Due to Constant Force?

» Work Done Due to Variable Force?

» What are the Units of Energy?

» Types of Energy

» What is Dissipation of Energy?

» Efficiency of a Machine?

» What is Mechanical Energy?

» What is Conservative Force?

» What is Non-Conservative Force?

» What is the Conservation of Mechanical Energy?

» What is Kinetic Energy?

» What is Potential Energy?

» Gravitational Potential Energy

» Potential Energy of a Spring

» What is Work-Energy Theorem?

» Work-Energy Theorem For a Variable Force?

» Mass-Energy Equivalence

» Collison - Elastic and Inelastic Collision

» Collisions in One Dimension

» Collisions in Two Dimension

» What is Power?

» What are the Units of Power?

» What is Horse Power (H.P)?

» What are Rigid Bodies?

» What is the Centre of Mass (C.M)?

» Centre of Mass of a Two-Particle System

» Centre of Mass of an Infinite-Particle System

» Position of the Centre of Mass of Different Bodies

» Motion of Centre of Mass (C.M)

» Linear Momentum of a System of Particles

» What is Linear Velocity?

» What is Angular Velocity?

» What is Linear Velocity?

» Relation Between Linear Velocity And Angular Velocity

» What is Torque (or Moment of Force)?

» Units and Dimension of Torque (or Moment of Force)

» Equilibrium of a Body ( Conditions for Equilibrium)

» What is Moment of Couple?

» What is the Principle of Moments?

» What is Moment of Inertia?

» Units and Dimension of Moment of Inertia

» What is Moment of Inertia?

» Moment of Inertia of Different Types of Homogeneous, Symmetrical Bodies?

» What is the Radius of Gyration?

» What is Parallel-Axis Theorem?

» What is Perpendicular-Axis Theorem?

» Application of Parallel-Axis Theorem and Perpendicular-Axis Theorem?

» What is Rotational Kinetic Energy?

» What is Angular Momentum?

» Units and Dimension of Angular Momentum?

» Relation Between Linear Momentum And Angular Momentum

» Relation Between Angular Momentum and Torque

» Laws of Conservation Angular Momentum?

» Comparison Between Linear Motion And Angular Motion

» What is the Centre of Gravity (C.G)?

» Determining the position of the center of gravity

» Position of the Centre of Gravity of Different Bodies

» Difference Between Centre of Mass (C.M) and Centre of Gravity (C.G)

» Effect of Earth's Ellipsoidal Surface in Gravity

» Effect of Earth's Diurnal Motion in Gravity

» Motion of Planets and Satellites

» What is the Orbital Velocity of Planets?

» What is the Periodic Revolution of Planets?

» What is Orbital Angular Velocity?

» Useful Data Related to Gravitation

» Mass of the Sun

» Mass of the Earth

» Gravitational Attraction Between the Sun and the Moon

» Gravitational Attraction Between the Earth and the Moon

» Gravitational Potential Energy

» Use of Artificial Satellite

» What is Geostationary or Parking Orbit?

» Geostationary Satellite

» Orbital Velocity and Hight of Geostationary Orbit

» Polar Satellite

» Geosynchronous Satellite

» Orbital Velocity and Periodic Revolution of an Artificial Satellite

» Energy of an Artificial Satellite

» Potential Energy of an Artificial Satellite

» Kinetic Energy of an Artificial Satellite

» Total Energy of an Artificial Satellite

» Weightlessness in Artificial Satellite

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» What is Electrification?

» Gold Leaf Electroscope

» Electrostatic Induction

» What is Conductor?

» What is Insulator?

» What is Dielectric Constant of a Medium?

» Forces Between Multiple Charges

» Principle of Superposition in Electrostatics

» Continuous Charge Distribution

» What is Electric Field?

» What is Electric Field Intensity?

» Electric Field Intensity due to a Point Charge

» What are Electric Field Lines?

» What is Electric Dipole?

» What is Electric Dipole Moment?

» Electric Field due to an Electric Dipole

» Torque on a Dipole in a Uniform Electric Field

» Work Done to Deflect a Dipole in an Electric Field

» Potential Energy a Dipole

» What is Area Vector?

» What is Solid Angle?

» What is Electric Flux?

» What is Gauss's Theorem?

» Application of Gauss's Theorem

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» What are Free Electrons?

» What is Drift Current?

» What is Voltmeter?

» What is Galvanometer?

» What are Kirchhoff's Laws?

» What is Potentiometer?

» What is Wheatstone Bridge

» What is Meter Bridge?

» What is Electric Power?

» What is kWh?

» What are Electrical Ratings?

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These are just some of the major branches of physics, and there are many sub-disciplines and interdisciplinary areas that will be covered later.

- Electronics
- Current Electricity
- Gravitation
- Physics
- Technology
- Electrostatics
- Laws of Motion
- Optics
- Kinematics
- Atoms and Nuclei
- Electromagnetic Waves
- Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents
- Physical World and Measurement
- Quantum Mechanics
- Relativity
- Heat and Thermodynamics
- Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism
- Properties of Bulk Matter

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