This Revision Series is for all the aspirants, who are seeking for quick revision. eSaral has launched Physics Revision Series for all JEE & NEET aspirants. The main mission behind this series is to provide quick revision of all the chapters of Class 11th & 12th with important key concepts. As the limited time is left for all Exams weather you are preparing for Boards, JEE or NEET. This superfast revision series is launched to help all the aspirants of JEE and NEET and most helpful for all those who are going to appear in 12th Board. You can save your time here. Instead of going through chapter notes in detail, learn and revise most important key concepts from here.
Here is the Revision of Kinematics 1D with important key concepts.
Distance and Displacement, Rate of Change, Differentiation, Speed, Velocity and Acceleration
Kinematics is made from two words kinema and tics i.e. related to motion. In kinematics we study about the motion of object but do not concern about the forces involved in the motion. In kinematics 1D we study the motion of an object in one dimension only. Everything around us from a car on the road to the fan on the roof, an electron in the atom to the moon around the earth are in motion. Do you know when we are resting at some place that time also our blood in veins is in motion. Is this possible that you travel some distance but your displacement is zero? Is this possible that you are traveling with some speed but your velocity is zero? What is the meaning of instantaneous velocity? Let’s solve all the queries of motion in this video with Saransh Sir.
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.