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M1 Tutorials
Stuart the ExamSolutions Guy
2016-11-15T08:18:29+00:00
M1 Tutorials – OCR A Level Maths
Vectors
Vector Basics
What is a vector and a scalar quantity?
Vector notation 2d
Position vectors 2d
Equal and negative vectors
Multiplying a vector by a scalar 2d
Addition and subtraction of vectors 2d
Magnitude of a 2 dimensional vector
Unit vectors
Kinematics
Displacement and Displacement Time Graphs
Displacement
Displacement time graphs
Motion in a Straight Line
Motion in a straight line with constant acceleration (suvat)
Horizontal motion with constant acceleration
Exam Questions - Horizontal motion
Vertical motion under gravity
Exam Questions - Vertical motion under gravity
Velocity Time Graphs
Velocity time graphs
Exam Questions - Velocity time graphs
Velocity Vectors
Calculating a speed and bearing
Calculating a velocity given speed and direction
Calculating the position vector after time t
Constant velocity as the rate of change of position vectors
Exam Questions - Velocity vectors
Constant Acceleration Vectors
Acceleration as a vector
Linear motion with variable acceleration
Linear motion with variable acceleration
Exam Questions - Linear motion with variable acceleration
Statics of a Particle
Mass & weight
Difference between mass and weight
Force diagrams
Force diagrams - Newton's 3rd law
Resolving Forces
Resolving forces
Resultant forces - two forces at an angle
Exam Questions - Resultant forces: two forces at an angle
Resultant forces - three or more forces at an angle
Equilibrium
Equilibrium of a particle
Exam Questions - Equilibrium
Friction
What is friction, limiting equilibrium and the coefficient of friction?
Exam Questions - Friction
Dynamics
Newton’s Law of Motion : F=ma
Newton's law of motion: F=ma
Motion on a horizontal rough plane
Exam Questions - Horizontal rough plane
Motion on a smooth inclined plane
Motion on a rough inclined plane
Exam Questions - Rough inclined plane
Lift Problems
Forces on a lift and a particle inside
Exam Questions - Lift problems
Connected Particles
Vertical strings over a smooth pulley
Exam Questions - Vertical strings over a smooth pulley
Horizontal planes
Exam Questions - Horizontal planes
Inclined planes
Exam Questions - Inclined planes
Force on a pulley
Exam Questions - Force on a pulley
Connected Particles (Non Pulley Type)
Exam Questions - Tow bars
Exam Questions - Particles connected by a horizontal string
Momentum
Collisions and the conservation of linear momentum
Two particles colliding and then separating
Two particles colliding and moving off as one particle
A bullet being fired from a gun
Exam Questions - Momentum
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