This video is a recording of professor Nick Warner's lecture of Newton's Third law of motion at USC college. Warner shows explains and demonstrates Newton's third law through him leaning against a table, blowing up and releasing a balloon, boiling a water bottle containing liquid nitrogen and finally sitting on a skateboard and firing a fire extinguisher. These examples are clearly explained, and there a different examples found in the video that have not been discussed in class.
This video shows funny and good examples of kinetic and static friction. The examples are clear and are easily understood. The video also manages to put humor into friction as well. Though the sound quality of the video is not that good it is amusing and easy to understand.
The website was chosen for its ability to clearly understand the subject of acceleration. It gives definition examples and the formula for acceleration. The voice of the man speaking in the video is clear and can easily be understood. Not only that, but the equipment he uses for the video our of good quality, this could be noticed through the sound quality of your computer or tablet.
This website was chosen for its explanations and examples of scale as and vectors. It also gives examples through diagrams that can help one visualize the problem. There are no grammatical errors in this website article but there are many ads that can distract.
The scientific method is used by scientists when testing new and old scientific theories. The scientific method is a guideline for testing hypotheses. The website article "What is the Scientific Method?" was chosen because of its listing and explaining of the scientific method, and its organization of the webpage. The content in the website contains no grammatical errors and further explains the scientific method found in the text book.
Newton's Laws of Motion are used in everyday activities. In this video by Crash Course, the host of the show explains to the audience Newton's laws of motion, how inertia works, equilibrium, normal force and tension force. There are no grammatical errors, and the visual effects and host were engaging, making this video easy and fun to watch.