Today we reexamine the problem in yesterday’s video and show a way to use a data table to make solving vector addition problems easier. However, if you don’t understand how to do vector addition in the first place, the data table doesn’t really make sense, which is why we had yesterday’s video first.
Have an Impact on the Future!
Rather than my deciding for my future 4T2014 webinar attendees what they would like to learn about, I am giving everyone an opportunity to give input into the design of the webinar, before it occurs. Please take me up on my offer.
I get a lot of questions about what technology I use to create Flipping Physics . Here is the answer.
More about “Likes" and “Dislikes"
One week ago today I posted about an unusual occurrence of “dislikes” on my YouTube Flipping Physics channel. Y’all responded with a whopping 185 “likes" in one day, which was awesome. However, something very strange also occurred that day; I received 26 “dislikes”. The strangeness is because (a) they were on 26 different videos, (b) they were from 11 different countries and (c) 8 of the countries from which I received a “dislike” actually never viewed any Flipping Physics videos. (Japan, Romania, Thailand, Panama, Mexico, Uzbekistan, Spain and Russia) How could this occur? I have two theories.
Personally I am betting on option #2; makes me feel better.
Thanks much for all your help and “likes”, I very much doubt that there will be more posts from me lamenting the state of my likes/dislikes. And if the vindictive soul exists, I hope the wormhole closes and you get stuck where your heart is on the wrong side of your body.
p.s. A charge, parity and time reversed universe or CPT-reversed universe is allowed according to the current laws of physics. The only problem is that we can't communicate with people living there because our future is their past; bummer.
Mercy Tech Talk
Yep, I make physics videos in the hope that you can learn physics. If you are a physics teacher, I am very hopeful that you will want to use them to help flip your physics class.