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  1. aruna dominic

    aruna dominicヶ月 前

    Idk how but some physics teachers know how to confuse perfectly and this video helped me

  2. subrata mukherjee

    subrata mukherjee年 前

    Helpful

  3. Nasir Armani

    Nasir Armani年 前

    Nice

  4. chetna patil

    chetna patil年 前

    nice one

  5. Akashdeep Singh

    Akashdeep Singh2 年 前

    7:12 "I promised you a relationship between P and V. LOL......XD... But, Ultimately, the video was awesome. I didn't have to read my textbook after this. Super cool. Thanks!

  6. Sarthak Bindal

    Sarthak Bindal3 年 前

    The del(t) is for 1 collision right so why wasn't it divided by 2 ??

  7. cgracioppo

    cgracioppo3 年 前

    Have not taken college-level physics and this made perfect sense, thank you.

  8. Ao Li

    Ao Li年 前

    cgracioppo COLLEGE-LEVEL? IM DOING (some element of) THIS IN SECONDARY 3