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R3-1 Physics I Review 3 Review Notes Exam 3
R3-2 Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
R3-3 If Gravity Varies As 1/r 2, Where Does g = 9.8 m/s 2 Fit In?
R3-4 Class #17 Take-Away Concepts
R3-5 Coulomb’s Law of Electrostatic Force
R3-6 Direction of Electrostatic Force “Opposites Attract”
R3-7 Superposition of Electrostatic Forces
R3-8 How to Calculate a Unit Direction Vector
R3-9 Class #18 Take-Away Concepts
R3-10 The Idea of Electric Field
R3-11 The Electric Field of a Point Charge (as a Source)
R3-12 Calculating the Electric Field of a Charge at a Point (Example)
R3-13 Calculating the Electric Field of a Charge at a Point (Example)
R3-14 Class #19 Take-Away Concepts
R3-15 Electric Potential
R3-16 Calculating Electric Potential from Point Source Charges
R3-17 Equipotential Lines and Field Lines
R3-18 Equipotential Lines and Field Lines
R3-19 Calculating Electric Field from Electric Potential
R3-20 Calculating Change in K.E. from Electric Potential
R3-21 Class #20 Take-Away Concepts
R3-22 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Net Electric Field = 0?”
R3-23 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Net Electric Field = 0?”
R3-24 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Net Electric Field = 0?”
R3-25 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Electric Potential = 0?”
R3-26 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Electric Potential = 0?”
R3-27 How to Solve Problems Asking “Where is Electric Potential = 0?”
R3-28 Class #21 Take-Away Concepts
R3-29 Magnetic Field Lines
R3-30 Class #22 Take-Away Concepts
R3-31 Magnetic Force on a Moving Charge
R3-32 Analysis of the Magnetic Force
R3-33 The Radius of the Circle
R3-34 Class #23 Take-Away Concepts
R3-35 Apparatus for Measuring e/m
R3-36 Analysis of Electron Acceleration
R3-37 Derivation of e/m Formula
R3-38 Mass Spectrometer Diagram
R3-39 Class #24 Take-Away Concepts
R3-40 Relationship of Energy and Electric Potential Changes
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