Kinematics 1D Revision Video - Class XI, JEE, NEET

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The Revision series is designed for all JEE & NEET aspirants to provide quick revision of all the chapters of Class 11th & 12th with important key concepts. The revision videos help you make the best use of your limited time left for revision. It is especially time-saving for all students who are going to appear for 12th Board. When you don’t have time to go through chapter notes in detail, learn and revise most important key concepts and formulae here.

Motion under constant acceleration, Motion Under gravity, Relative Motion

Everything in the universe is moving, so kinematics is the most fundamental thing you will need to know to do any kind of physics. Now moving to the 2nd Part of kinematics 1D Revision. Here you will get to know about Motion under Constant Acceleration, Motion under Gravity and Relative motion by Saransh Gupta Sir.

Slope, Slope of secant, Local maxima and local minima

Understand the meaning of local minima and local maxima with great examples, differentiation and double differentiation in this video with Saransh Gupta sir.

Integration, Limits, Graphical interpretation of integration

Integrate something means combine together to form a whole. Integration is a mathematical tool that is used to find areas, volumes etc. In previous lecture we studied about differentiation. Differentiation of displacement gives velocity, and differentiation of velocity gives acceleration but if you want to calculate velocity from acceleration or displacement then what will be the method? Let’s clear your understanding about integration in this video with Saransh Gupta sir, and explore other topics like Limits, graphical interpretation of integration.

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Aman Tripathi

Jan. 17, 2021, 10:30 a.m.

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