• A Common Misconception about Newton’s Third Law Force Pairs (or Action-Reaction Pairs)
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    A Common Misconception about Newton’s Third Law Force Pairs (or Action-Reaction Pairs)

    mr.p: I would like to address a misconception about Newton’s Third Law Force Pairs. Bo: Hey guys. Billy: Hey Bo. Bobby: Hi Bo. ♫ flipping physics ♫ mr.p: Because this concept is an extension of my video introducing Newton’s Third Law and Third Law Force Pairs, I suggest you watch that video first by clicking on the link in the description, or the link right here that is embedded in this video. Now, I need a free-body diagram of all the forces acting on the book. Bo? Bo: The force normal is perpendicular to the table and a push, so it is up. And the force of gravity, as always,…

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    The History of Paper Money – Lay Down the Law – Extra History – #4

    Last we left off, paper money doctrine was just starting to be established, with people like Nicholas Barbon beginning to explore the radical idea that gold and silver didn’t have any inherent value only the value we gave them. Which leads inevitably to the argument that in using gold and silver, we tie ourselves to a system that has all the disadvantages of a commodity currency without really securing for ourselves anything more tangible than what we get with paper bills. Today we get to watch what happens the first time someone really tries to put paper money doctrine into practice. John Law, the son of wealthy Scottish goldsmiths turned…

  • Laws of Light: 5 Portrait Lighting Setups
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    Laws of Light: 5 Portrait Lighting Setups

    Jay: The five portrait lighting positions are the key to all light on set. So if you don’t know what they are or you need a refresher, stick around. Hi, this is Jay P. Morgan.Today on Slanted Lens, we’re gonna cover the five basic portrait lighting positions. If you already know these, you’re gonna wanna stick around as a refresher course. If you don’t know them, this becomes a foundation for all lighting situations. It really, truly does. So I’ve got Keanu Barbieri [SP] over here with me. You could follow her at… Keana: Instagram @oxsygin. Jay: Instagram @oxsygin. So, check that out. She’s gonna be here. She’s kind enough…

  • Introduction to Newton’s First Law of Motion
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    Introduction to Newton’s First Law of Motion

    – Good morning, today we are going to learn about Newton’s First Law of Motion. ♫ Flipping Physics ♫ – Sir Isaac Newton was a great scientist, whose first of three laws of motion we are going to learn about today. Newton’s First Law of Motion is… An object at rest will remain at rest, and an object in motion will maintain a constant velocity unless acted upon by a net external force. There are clearly two cases here, an object is either at rest, or in motion. Let’s start with an object at rest. In order to do so, let’s go to our Flipping Physics correspondent in Chicago, Illinois.…

  • False Friends – Dutch/English: sollicitant vs solicitor !
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    False Friends – Dutch/English: sollicitant vs solicitor !

    Hi, welcome to learndutch.org’s false friends. Words from different languages that sound or look the same, but with a different meaning. Today the Dutch word: “sollicitant”, and the english “solicitor”. Both have something to do with professions, but not the same. They are false friends! “solicitor” in English, is what we call “een advocaat” in Dutch. But, “een sollicitant” in Dutch, is this. It is what we call “job applicant” in English. To apply for a job, is in Dutch the verb: “solliciteren”. een sollicitant voor de functie van advocaat a job applicant for the position of solicitor So now you understand the difference, the Dutch “sollicitant” and and the…

  • Chemistry:  Gay-Lussac’s Law (Gas Laws) with 2 examples | Homework Tutor
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    Chemistry: Gay-Lussac’s Law (Gas Laws) with 2 examples | Homework Tutor

    For a gas, temperature and pressure are directly proportional. When you keep everything else constant, as the temperature of a gas goes up, its pressure goes up. As the temperature of a gas goes down, its pressure goes down. If you heat up a gas, the gas particles move faster. If the gas is in a solid container, with fixed volume, this means that the faster the gas particles move, the more times per second they collide with the sides of the container. That registers as increased pressure. The converse is also true – if you cool down this container of gas, that means the gas particles are moving more…

  • Understanding Kepler’s 3 Laws and Orbits
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    Understanding Kepler’s 3 Laws and Orbits

    okay crew today we’re going to talk about Kepler’s three laws. Our goal is to just understand the need to see how they apply to orbiting objects jugglers first la states that and orbiting body travels in elliptical path around the central massive body which is located at one of the lips he spoke out let’s make sure we understand what we’re talking about here insert we’re gonna review would need ellipses if i start with two points in space has a identified here if i were to connect those two points with the leader stream something like this i could think take that string united stretch of upward and…

  • English Addict – LIVE Lesson 009 – Learn Information Words/Phrases – SUNDAY 24th November 2019
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    English Addict – LIVE Lesson 009 – Learn Information Words/Phrases – SUNDAY 24th November 2019

    hello Internet it’s nice to see you again Internet how is the World Wide Web doing well as you can see outside the window it is very misty at the moment very misty outside things are looking a little murky outside the window right now here in England yes we are all together again it’s another English Addict live. oh hi everybody there you are I wasn’t sure if you were there to be honest with you I was very busy doing some maintenance because one of my lightbulbs there it is there is the culprit the thing responsible for my panic about 10 minutes ago one of my light…

  • Laws of Reflection | #aumsum
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    Laws of Reflection | #aumsum

    Our topic for today is Laws of Reflection. Consider this ray of light which strikes a mirror. This ray of light is called the incident ray. The point at which the incident ray strikes the mirror is called the point of incidence. Draw a line perpendicular to the mirror through the point of incidence. This line is called Normal. The angle which the incident ray makes with the normal is called the angle of incidence. When the incident ray strikes the mirror, it will bounce off the mirror. The ray which bounces off is called the reflected ray. The angle which the reflected ray makes with the normal is called…