Kinematics 2D Revision for Class 11, JEE & NEET

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 2D Chapter with important key concepts.

Projectile, Projectile on Incline, Equation of Trajectory

When an object fired into the air at some angle it moves vertically as well as horizontally it means object moves in 2 dimensions. Similarly, when the football is kicked it also moves in two dimensions. So, there are many situations where we observe the two-dimensional motion.
In Kinematics 2 D we study about the motion of an object in two dimensions and do not concern about the forces involved in the motion.
When an object is thrown at some angle then how much time it will take to come at the surface? How much distance it will cover? What will be the maximum height it will go?
Let’s answer all the questions in this video with Saransh Sir. Get to know some other concepts also such as time of flight, equation of trajectory, projectile on incline in this video.

 

 

Position vector, Relative velocity, Relative acceleration, Condition of collision

Relative motion of an object is the calculation of the motion of an object with respect to the other moving object. Relative motion in two dimensions is very similar to the relative motion in a straight line.
When an object is moving in a 2-dimensional plane and other object is also moving in the same plane with different speed, then what will be the relative velocity of the one w.r.t other? What will be the conditions of their collison?
Let’s answer all the questions in this video with Saransh Sir. Get to know some other concepts also such as position vector, relative velocity, relative acceleration, condition of collision in this video.

 

 

Frame of reference, Relative velocity, River boat problem

Relative motion of an object is the calculation of the motion of an object with respect to the other moving object. Relative motion in two dimensions is very similar to the relative motion in a straight line. In this Video you will learn how to solve river boat problems with examples.

 

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