tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420Tue, 29 May 2018 09:22:05 +0000APCAPBIntroCalculus BasicsMotion BasicsElectrostaticsMagnetismRotationForcesVibrations/WavesElectricityEnergyGraphsHeatVectorsMomentumThermalAccelerationAmpereCircular MotionConnected ObjectsDerivativesDisplacementExpansionOpticsRCVelocityWorkArapahoe High School Physics PodcastsPodcasts created to aid all levels of Mr. Jeff Smith's physics classes at Arapahoe High School, including content appropriate for Intro Physics, AP Physics B, and AP Physics C students.http://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/noreply@blogger.com (Mr. Jeff Smith)Blogger55125physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,scienceEducation/K-12Science & Medicine/Natural Sciencesjsmith@lps.k12.co.usJeff SmithJeff Smithnophysics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencePodcasts created to aid all levels of Mr. Jeff Smith's physics classes at Arapahoe High School, including content appropriate for Intro Physics, AP Physics B, and AP Physics C students.
Since some content applies to all of those levels, and some might bePodcasts created to aid all levels of Mr. Jeff Smith's physics classes at Arapahoe High School, including content appropriate for Intro Physics, AP Physics B, and AP Physics C students.
Since some content applies to all of those levels, and some might be more specific for a particular type of class, the podcast titles all indicate for which level(s) the podcast is intended.tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-7605431570538783003Mon, 20 May 2013 17:47:00 +00002013-05-20T06:38:16.186-07:00APCCalculus BasicsDefinite Integrals (Level: APC)This podcast explains how to evaluate definite integrals at given limits of integration, and how this idea relates to finding the area under the curve when a function is graphed.<br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dxlHgYKFZn8rg1IdVpsAKz4r2CuRvNuWgVrIXZ_uRFtUioCalv6KMGM8TaEdSCd8nc5Ds2Kgat_3UtoyWWL9A' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/XXctrO9-bmg" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/XXctrO9-bmg/definite-integrals-level-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast explains how to evaluate definite integrals at given limits of integration, and how this idea relates to finding the area under the curve when a function is graphed. Jeff SmithThis podcast explains how to evaluate definite integrals at given limits of integration, and how this idea relates to finding the area under the curve when a function is graphed. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/05/definite-integrals-level-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-8250670375098072797Mon, 20 May 2013 17:39:00 +00002013-05-20T06:37:45.186-07:00APCCalculus BasicsIndefinite Integrals (Level: APC)This podcast introduces integrals with the idea "un-doing" a derivative, and then works several examples based on the reverse of the power rule.<br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dyoe8Xfocl1itr6BKhCX2vqtNrTBPdMF8nywpJDJKha2_fdgFTAsJTyCX-Ua5O3wbj_6lqrQHZZDTR66Ql2ZQ' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/mD32stPFl3s" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/mD32stPFl3s/indefinite-integrals-level-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast introduces integrals with the idea "un-doing" a derivative, and then works several examples based on the reverse of the power rule. Jeff SmithThis podcast introduces integrals with the idea "un-doing" a derivative, and then works several examples based on the reverse of the power rule. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/05/indefinite-integrals-level-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-4340612248573895323Mon, 20 May 2013 17:24:00 +00002013-05-20T06:37:26.475-07:00APCCalculus BasicsDerivatives and Max/Min (Level: APC)This podcast explains how to apply your understanding of derivatives to the problem of finding the maximum or minimum value of a function.<br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dyL39R_Vm59g_p66YTLuqtM-Z5caz6CF4-MRQqWbFrp-cXZYR51ybqZwYxs_jCVQa5tY3OxpP9-5gKJIZFSyQ' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/Sj6Spt5I6Js" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/Sj6Spt5I6Js/derivatives-and-maxmin-level-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast explains how to apply your understanding of derivatives to the problem of finding the maximum or minimum value of a function. Jeff SmithThis podcast explains how to apply your understanding of derivatives to the problem of finding the maximum or minimum value of a function. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/05/derivatives-and-maxmin-level-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-7386427265129602564Mon, 20 May 2013 15:59:00 +00002013-05-20T06:37:10.423-07:00APCCalculus BasicsChain Rule and Product Rule (Level: APC)This podcast introduces how to perform derivatives for some more complicated functions, specifically how to use the chain rule for derivatives of composite functions, and how to use the product rule for the derivative of the product of two functions.<br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dwWVtzncNDHW_a8UqAYbmjkVeZMFdS35zqplMrqOjP4c_CstYYgEJmb3hcnT5dQ_Q3wgpMktjUqaq6BcVA-jg' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/1mFebmwxEEE" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/1mFebmwxEEE/chain-rule-and-product-rule-level-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast introduces how to perform derivatives for some more complicated functions, specifically how to use the chain rule for derivatives of composite functions, and how to use the product rule for the derivative of the product of two functions. Jeff SmithThis podcast introduces how to perform derivatives for some more complicated functions, specifically how to use the chain rule for derivatives of composite functions, and how to use the product rule for the derivative of the product of two functions. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/05/chain-rule-and-product-rule-level-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-113792533852458866Mon, 20 May 2013 15:48:00 +00002013-05-20T06:36:51.019-07:00APCCalculus BasicsOther Common Derivatives (Level: APC)This podcast introduces common derivatives that can't be performed with the power rule, such as derivatives of some trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions.<br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dxFMBs47mp150a29oLRp0p07v4KEO6ahS48RqH6COmRfLDNvqWMUGu0N1Fegyb3Zd6qUw_z1g08B1A2iztDdA' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/TopeKZ6m_HU" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/TopeKZ6m_HU/other-common-derivatives-level-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast introduces common derivatives that can't be performed with the power rule, such as derivatives of some trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Jeff SmithThis podcast introduces common derivatives that can't be performed with the power rule, such as derivatives of some trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/05/other-common-derivatives-level-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-4558308344167766896Mon, 20 May 2013 15:26:00 +00002013-05-20T06:36:29.593-07:00APCCalculus BasicsDerivatives and Power Rule (Level: APC)This podcast introduces the concept of derivatives, at a depth appropriate for students beginning a calculus-based physics course. This includes a brief description of what a derivative means, and how to find derivatives using the power rule.<br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dz8zQtU7XG635Vnh5n134JkJW2k-bTDpjYw0v6DQ-6cXH0r7jNL_aCgGX5fozq0BpD5hor5zJjFHLrH_5HQsw' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/4BGbwikEccE" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/4BGbwikEccE/derivatives-and-power-rule-level-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast introduces the concept of derivatives, at a depth appropriate for students beginning a calculus-based physics course. This includes a brief description of what a derivative means, and how to find derivatives using the power rule. Jeff SmithThis podcast introduces the concept of derivatives, at a depth appropriate for students beginning a calculus-based physics course. This includes a brief description of what a derivative means, and how to find derivatives using the power rule. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/05/derivatives-and-power-rule-level-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-3124320345411670161Sat, 17 Nov 2012 00:00:00 +00002012-11-16T16:00:34.178-08:00APBIntroVibrations/WavesWaves on Strings (Levels: Intro, APB)This podcast explains standing waves on strings, including an explanation for how to calculate which frequencies of vibration will 'work' to cause a certain string to resonate at all of its different harmonic frequencies.<br /><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dxzCHWNKVU_1OiaW_Zmca5vUFjQesPbh4GnLnQ8T0D1PXrsYYdLnBP6_S8d7fpgM0JEsC1UfdHR21PKqOpeiQ' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /></div><br /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/4v5wM4KuHPA" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/4v5wM4KuHPA/waves-on-strings-levels-intro-apb.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast explains standing waves on strings, including an explanation for how to calculate which frequencies of vibration will 'work' to cause a certain string to resonate at all of its different harmonic frequencies. Jeff SmithThis podcast explains standing waves on strings, including an explanation for how to calculate which frequencies of vibration will 'work' to cause a certain string to resonate at all of its different harmonic frequencies. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/11/waves-on-strings-levels-intro-apb.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-4393885058173675785Fri, 16 Nov 2012 16:14:00 +00002012-11-16T08:19:42.697-08:00APBAPCIntroRotationStatic Equilibrium (Levels: Intro, APB, APC)This podcast introduces the idea of static equilibrium, once students are already familiar with torque concepts.<br /><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dx6zD9He5mIqgcK2gCYX6eEXnnXTrtCwPdDSdQNK6E9NpI04S8faOgmIleH0ScqD2jX5QBPmJfO5odxk7I' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /></div><br /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/5iTOiTzxuUY" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/5iTOiTzxuUY/static-equilibrium-levels-intro-apb-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast introduces the idea of static equilibrium, once students are already familiar with torque concepts. Jeff SmithThis podcast introduces the idea of static equilibrium, once students are already familiar with torque concepts. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/11/static-equilibrium-levels-intro-apb-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-2431838237345701057Fri, 16 Nov 2012 15:11:00 +00002012-11-16T07:14:58.447-08:00APBVibrations/WavesIntro to Sound Waves (Levels: Intro, APB)This podcast describes several sound wave properties, and introduces the sound wave phenomena of Doppler Effect and Beat Frequency. Simple calculations are also briefly discussed. <br /><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dwECM1ZIN-hus58kcPlib7142l4R6O0amLT7d-yo9kcZwxDTq-r3r7L9MVQx-RLMY0TwIPEIBMAM5S6LANkNQ' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /></div><br /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/rs7L8pyvAVs" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/rs7L8pyvAVs/intro-to-sound-waves-levels-intro-apb.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast describes several sound wave properties, and introduces the sound wave phenomena of Doppler Effect and Beat Frequency. Simple calculations are also briefly discussed. Jeff SmithThis podcast describes several sound wave properties, and introduces the sound wave phenomena of Doppler Effect and Beat Frequency. Simple calculations are also briefly discussed. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/11/intro-to-sound-waves-levels-intro-apb.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-8041063531488245359Thu, 15 Nov 2012 20:35:00 +00002012-11-15T12:37:12.693-08:00APCRotationForces During Rolling (Level: APC)This podcast explains how to examine forces and torques while an object is rolling. <br /><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dylE4Mrjt1ld8ASelZDo5bmFGPZQB5odkyB3TRzvbHjm2E-uINoPsXPxVkmKiRSXt59oPaoey8b3S9jG_lhrw' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /></div><br /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/SyHhB5TJr2Q" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/SyHhB5TJr2Q/forces-during-rolling-level-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast explains how to examine forces and torques while an object is rolling. Jeff SmithThis podcast explains how to examine forces and torques while an object is rolling. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/11/forces-during-rolling-level-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-2748139984626119627Thu, 15 Nov 2012 19:54:00 +00002012-11-15T12:36:37.983-08:00APCRotationTorque & Newton's 2nd Law for Rotation (Level: APC)This podcast explains what torque is, and how to calculate it. Newton's 2nd Law is also revisited, from a rotational perspective.<br /><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dwtcWd5m8XAFlCBOrRL4Xrc5W8XSiMUrtXiu-28GCkPWNVBLKWLG6rwp_G5pBuRRnsRN-GSVMfYPj0uj3s_2A' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /></div><br /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/YKVEcR8QtFM" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/YKVEcR8QtFM/torque-newtons-2nd-law-for-rotation.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast explains what torque is, and how to calculate it. Newton's 2nd Law is also revisited, from a rotational perspective. Jeff SmithThis podcast explains what torque is, and how to calculate it. Newton's 2nd Law is also revisited, from a rotational perspective. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2012/11/torque-newtons-2nd-law-for-rotation.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-4864982277714465434Fri, 20 Jan 2012 18:09:00 +00002012-01-20T08:49:36.688-08:00APCElectrostaticsReview Blast: Gauss' Law (Level: APC)This podcast is a quick review of Gauss' Law, including conductors in electrostatic equilibrium, E-field due to spherical conductors & non-conductors, E-field due to sheets of charge, and E-field due to lines of charge.<br /><br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dy1CClwEMY7UnlBX2bjVcRKXQocOOJ-AELHUU5ZWp-3k3BL_JwHFFlJR52d1_qWyS1_HnLnULFs-5PBqvjIXg' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/t0CGZq89uas" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/t0CGZq89uas/review-blast-gauss-law-level-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast is a quick review of Gauss' Law, including conductors in electrostatic equilibrium, E-field due to spherical conductors & non-conductors, E-field due to sheets of charge, and E-field due to lines of charge. Jeff SmithThis podcast is a quick review of Gauss' Law, including conductors in electrostatic equilibrium, E-field due to spherical conductors & non-conductors, E-field due to sheets of charge, and E-field due to lines of charge. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2011/04/review-blast-gauss-law-level-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-7282711854564496637Fri, 18 Nov 2011 06:33:00 +00002011-11-17T08:18:41.588-08:00APBHeatThermal Conduction Problems (Level: APB)This podcast introduces the formula for calculating rate of heat transfer through conduction, with an example problem to help demonstrate how the formula is used.<br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dw5jl6Voqas8YZxJjQW2SVdRjAZWp11VBFKna8il4nVHl2m10kYz0oSZIDUjU9UOBrmJgUHh8NxQpHonl16XQ' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/UOgtOA-o7Eg" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/UOgtOA-o7Eg/thermal-conduction-problems-apb.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast introduces the formula for calculating rate of heat transfer through conduction, with an example problem to help demonstrate how the formula is used. Jeff SmithThis podcast introduces the formula for calculating rate of heat transfer through conduction, with an example problem to help demonstrate how the formula is used. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2009/11/thermal-conduction-problems-apb.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-7735025385604450188Fri, 18 Nov 2011 06:20:00 +00002011-11-17T08:17:52.599-08:00APBHeatHeat as Energy Transfer (Level: APB)This podcast explains the definition of heat, and how it differs from internal energy. It also explains conduction, convection, and radiation as the three methods of heat transfer.<br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dxj-TjdrnZ_W4yjTFJFWFZRHXba9Q-XETbonXsgg57IkaKu8GAlcStwdrtaL4OzAk5WGjgZ4TOzqfAmm2RzOw' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/HokDVoiaz4g" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/HokDVoiaz4g/heat-as-energy-transfer-apb.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast explains the definition of heat, and how it differs from internal energy. It also explains conduction, convection, and radiation as the three methods of heat transfer. Jeff SmithThis podcast explains the definition of heat, and how it differs from internal energy. It also explains conduction, convection, and radiation as the three methods of heat transfer. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2009/11/heat-as-energy-transfer-apb.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-7416533683708556Fri, 18 Nov 2011 05:15:00 +00002011-11-17T08:18:11.488-08:00APBExpansionHeatThermal Expansion (Level: APB)This podcast discusses calculations for the linear and volume expansion of objects when heated.<br /><br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dwB4CdopfAIy9DaatlDAQ_81GDTDSBDXrYxdACyFM8weh2t_IWpkixjAE7dIROijsmyBZII1QXMJQwqSKx_hQ' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/pNFPEq-uwHI" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/pNFPEq-uwHI/thermal-expansion.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast discusses calculations for the linear and volume expansion of objects when heated. Jeff SmithThis podcast discusses calculations for the linear and volume expansion of objects when heated. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2010/11/thermal-expansion.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-3410857709268857216Fri, 18 Nov 2011 04:07:00 +00002011-11-17T08:15:33.120-08:00APCCircular MotionVibrations/WavesSHM & Uniform Circular Motion (Level: APC)This podcast deals with the similarities between simple harmonic motion and uniform circular motion. Problem-solving is discussed, using functions for position, velocity, and acceleration of a simple harmonic oscillator.<br /><br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dwcHb_i1Gzaz-4ZB7Ei0sKlq5-WfIbBAPW6562SVhbl5bdDVeSlcG5FuoUDDzXkk1NwmUB7Wz6kn8GkBHvtQA' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/0ymLjG5NSgc" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/0ymLjG5NSgc/shm-uniform-circular-motion.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast deals with the similarities between simple harmonic motion and uniform circular motion. Problem-solving is discussed, using functions for position, velocity, and acceleration of a simple harmonic oscillator. Jeff SmithThis podcast deals with the similarities between simple harmonic motion and uniform circular motion. Problem-solving is discussed, using functions for position, velocity, and acceleration of a simple harmonic oscillator. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2010/11/shm-uniform-circular-motion.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-5690014002144601496Thu, 17 Nov 2011 14:03:00 +00002011-11-17T07:52:50.418-08:00APBAPCVibrations/WavesEnergy in Simple Harmonic Motion (Levels: APB, APC)This podcast explains how to think about the energy of a simple harmonic oscillator (specifically a mass-spring system), and also how to solve related problems.<br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dygpnvZUu6j3lqO2ng_qlvon9Y7sBjxIfNSCv5UwP-Wvb4eXhjdkNQn8WWv7W-6TUwKHk_Dhs7kugQ1zdwDMg' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/LZghZdsyMRE" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/LZghZdsyMRE/energy-in-simple-harmonic-motion-levels.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast explains how to think about the energy of a simple harmonic oscillator (specifically a mass-spring system), and also how to solve related problems. Jeff SmithThis podcast explains how to think about the energy of a simple harmonic oscillator (specifically a mass-spring system), and also how to solve related problems. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2010/11/energy-in-simple-harmonic-motion-levels.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-3723571036511988085Wed, 16 Nov 2011 22:20:00 +00002011-11-16T11:45:40.979-08:00APCRotationReview Blast: Forces during Rolling (Level: APC)This podcast is a very quick review of what forces are acting on a rolling object, and how those forces affect the object's motion.<br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dzQ-wC4-MMW-aWGA9UQZxXo4p_AAt1AFnbqCZtfcmbHuini954ITfIWD1Pkvp7obMxX13M9zt-UF0rESQelxA' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/EhAVAN0B9U0" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/EhAVAN0B9U0/review-blast-forces-during-rolling.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)http://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2011/05/review-blast-forces-during-rolling.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-415961309776444776Wed, 16 Nov 2011 21:56:00 +00002011-11-16T11:45:01.188-08:00APCRotationReview Blast: Rotational Energy Conservation (Level: APC)This podcast is a very quick review of how to use energy-conservation ideas when an object is rotating during its motion.<br /><br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dzWe052JAXwm9B0ll1O9DUedwKrDOW5i-eFN7py8xuLK2sFfJ6Ii9QcdVECBQIVPuAf2Y661rolz-Wta7F4LA' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/BXLq-_gkdww" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/BXLq-_gkdww/review-blast-rotational-energy.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast is a very quick review of how to use energy-conservation ideas when an object is rotating during its motion. Jeff SmithThis podcast is a very quick review of how to use energy-conservation ideas when an object is rotating during its motion. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2011/05/review-blast-rotational-energy.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-274784907145141155Thu, 27 Oct 2011 16:34:00 +00002011-10-27T09:38:09.158-07:00APCMomentumCenter of Mass (APC)This podcast introduces the concept of center of mass, both for a system of particles and for irregularly-shaped objects.<br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dz2u9mdklG6coYvl0RlNZ6dy5b-z-A9rMB2ykNfkfwIGH62hcUzIk0SXcSJyox3shwy9GJYlox9wQ0hWecGyg' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/HKbvM6O6lo4" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/HKbvM6O6lo4/center-of-mass-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast introduces the concept of center of mass, both for a system of particles and for irregularly-shaped objects. Jeff SmithThis podcast introduces the concept of center of mass, both for a system of particles and for irregularly-shaped objects. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2011/10/center-of-mass-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-1676905807977408482Wed, 19 Oct 2011 18:54:00 +00002011-10-19T14:36:20.337-07:00APBAPCEnergyIntroReview Blast: Energy Conservation (Levels: Intro, APB, APC)This podcast is a very quick review of how to use energy-conservation ideas to solve motion problems where no friction is involved, and also what extra thinking to use when friction is involved.<br /><br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dw3nS7AfnWnKt7LS9_hDamhaREYEeVm0dxHNmeuseSZZn0KOQKbCoyzAy5UIOIPo4yQctgWXL5_B6kMAqMD7Q' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/PSwBskKtBIs" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/PSwBskKtBIs/review-blast-energy-conservation-levels.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast is a very quick review of how to use energy-conservation ideas to solve motion problems where no friction is involved, and also what extra thinking to use when friction is involved. Jeff SmithThis podcast is a very quick review of how to use energy-conservation ideas to solve motion problems where no friction is involved, and also what extra thinking to use when friction is involved. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2011/05/review-blast-energy-conservation-levels.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-5702545237593778737Wed, 19 Oct 2011 15:03:00 +00002011-10-19T14:34:15.518-07:00APBAPCEnergyIntroMomentumWorkWork, Energy, & Momentum Conceptual Questions (Intro, APB, APC)This podcast is intended to review some conceptual ideas related to work, energy, and momentum. It just consists of 8 conceptual questions, with answers discussed.<br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dzG7XvwjPWNtjo2_UNvt8oQwfhsq1F5-pNogvBKLh3VfuF6xQpE7v8hPGIawkSYAWyNICP3j9t_aiK7eM-TzA' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/QduHyVC_vYU" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/QduHyVC_vYU/work-energy-momentum-conceptual.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast is intended to review some conceptual ideas related to work, energy, and momentum. It just consists of 8 conceptual questions, with answers discussed. Jeff SmithThis podcast is intended to review some conceptual ideas related to work, energy, and momentum. It just consists of 8 conceptual questions, with answers discussed. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2009/10/work-energy-momentum-conceptual.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-5299441638352575502Tue, 11 Oct 2011 20:41:00 +00002011-10-11T13:45:06.227-07:00APCEnergyGraphsPotential Energy Curves (APC)This podcast introduces Potential Energy Curves, after students are already familiar with energy concepts such as kinetic and potential energies, and also E-conservation.<br /><br /><br /><iframe allowfullscreen='allowfullscreen' webkitallowfullscreen='webkitallowfullscreen' mozallowfullscreen='mozallowfullscreen' width='320' height='266' src='https://www.blogger.com/video.g?token=AD6v5dxw1F5SX8KakJqgIHMBoAjWPxgkMPfF6MQr4E_WY_USLo7jLIiCyIYT8JQDeMN5ZwnYn_2BNpoSZEnCz6bx0w' class='b-hbp-video b-uploaded' frameborder='0' /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/ui-WGIKn6ME" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/ui-WGIKn6ME/potential-energy-curves-apc.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast introduces Potential Energy Curves, after students are already familiar with energy concepts such as kinetic and potential energies, and also E-conservation. Jeff SmithThis podcast introduces Potential Energy Curves, after students are already familiar with energy concepts such as kinetic and potential energies, and also E-conservation. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2011/10/potential-energy-curves-apc.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-2660890584814965507Mon, 29 Aug 2011 12:39:00 +00002011-08-29T16:37:42.218-07:00APBAPCIntroMotion BasicsReview Blast: Projectiles (Levels: Intro, APB, APC)This podcast is a very quick review of projectile ideas, including the differences between x- and y- components of motion, how to solve problems when projectiles are launched horizontally, and what additional thinking is involved if a projectile is launched at an initial angle.
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<br /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/Xl1OFipHeww" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/Xl1OFipHeww/review-blast-projectiles-levels-intro.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast is a very quick review of projectile ideas, including the differences between x- and y- components of motion, how to solve problems when projectiles are launched horizontally, and what additional thinking is involved if a projectile is launchJeff SmithThis podcast is a very quick review of projectile ideas, including the differences between x- and y- components of motion, how to solve problems when projectiles are launched horizontally, and what additional thinking is involved if a projectile is launched at an initial angle. physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2011/04/review-blast-projectiles-levels-intro.htmltag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6313967556880740420.post-6752382482944836349Sun, 28 Aug 2011 15:10:00 +00002011-08-29T16:41:02.137-07:00APBAPCIntroMotion BasicsVectorsIntro to Vector Addition (Levels: Intro, APB, APC)This podcast introduces you to how to add vectors graphically, and also how to use basic trig to solve for resultants and vector components. (Only deals with parallel and perpendicular pairs of vectors.)
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<br /><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ahsphysics/~4/a-yGrVl93QA" height="1" width="1" alt=""/>http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ahsphysics/~3/a-yGrVl93QA/intro-to-vector-addition-levels-intro.htmljsmith@lps.k12.co.us (Jeff Smith)noThis podcast introduces you to how to add vectors graphically, and also how to use basic trig to solve for resultants and vector components. (Only deals with parallel and perpendicular pairs of vectors.) Jeff SmithThis podcast introduces you to how to add vectors graphically, and also how to use basic trig to solve for resultants and vector components. (Only deals with parallel and perpendicular pairs of vectors.) physics,AP,Physics,AP,Physics,B,AP,Physics,C,sciencehttp://arapahoehsphysics.blogspot.com/2009/08/intro-to-vector-addition-levels-intro.htmlen-usJeff Smithnonadult