Physics Course: Kinematics

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About Course

Physics is everywhere! In this course, you are going to learn about kinematics, a subfield in Physics. You’ll find out an apple and a feather could fall together, the secret in graphics reading, and so on. This course is designed for beginners so it’s easy to understand. There will be reading materials for you to understand the concepts, exercises to warm up your skills, exercises solving videos, and a final test. Register yourself and have a surprise learning experience! Let’s learn together to improve this subfield!

What Will You Learn?

  • Prepare the students before the school starts teaching the topics.
  • Help students who don’t understand these topics in the class.
  • Practice solving easy problems relating to kinematics in motion.
  • Help the students to understand the concepts and fundamentals of kinematics.

About the instructor

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Hello everyone! I'm an undergraduate university student majoring in management engineering. Throughout the courses, we could learn and grow together as youths. Looking forward to knowing and learning together!

Course Curriculum

Day 1: Introduction

  • 1.1. Quantities and Units
  • 1.2. Vectors
  • 1.3. Displacement Vs Distance
  • 1.4. Speed Vs Velocity
  • 1.5. Acceleration
  • 1.6. Simple Derivatives and Integral
  • 1.7. Summary and Resources
  • 1.8. Exercises
  • 1.9. Quiz

Day 2: What’s Kinematics?

  • 2.1. Motion in a Straight Line
  • 2.2. Free Fall Motion
  • 2.3. Summary and Resources
  • 2.4. Exercises
  • 2.5. Quiz

Day 3: Projectile Motion and Graphics

  • 3.1. Projectile Motion
  • 3.2. Graphics
  • 3.3. Resources
  • 3.4. Exercises
  • 3.5. Quiz

Day 4: Final Test

  • Final Test
Free access this course

Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Material Includes

  • Reading Materials
  • Exercises
  • Exercises Solving Videos
  • Final Test
  • Final Test Solution


  • Laptop
  • Notebook / Digital notebook


  • High school students (14 - 19 years old)

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