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Will you explain Fourier transform or any simillar subject from "difficult physics"?
Can you explain the weak nuclear force…?
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Who he fuck invented this retarded shit that is basically the same concepts??
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Taking a Physics final tomorrow and this video was quick, and informative- just what I need when I'm studying. Thanks!
who knew learning waves could be fun.
Did anyone else's head explode at the end?
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God bless you. It cleared alot of things up.
This was really great and informational video. ThanksVideo was just the right length, any longer and my attention span would have made me watch another video 😀
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The frequency of a wave is 200Hz, what is the corresponding period (T) of this wave?
Frideswide from Orkney says 6.6 m/s to one decimal place.
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Oh shit i have test about hertz today and i forgot it
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You made this more complicated then it really is. You could have explained the whole lesson with just the graphical representation.
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How isn't the period 25 seconds?
i wish this guy was my physics teacher , in fact for all my subjects lol. you make it so easy. thanks
Man 9th grade science is so frustrating
Wow… thank you so much. I just learnt the most challenging topic on tomorrow's test in 5 minutes
Shouldn’t your graph be starting at the origin if the period is 20 sec? Graph goes through (20,0), so should go through (0,0) too.
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Sir, if the period of sine wave is 0.5m sec.then what will be the frequency
that was helpful
What you did in 4.89 minutes (approx.) is what takes a period of 4 days. Awesome explanation sir??????????
Im in 10th grade and this guy explains it better than my teacher. Thankyou sir.
I’m lucky i have a test next hour and i just have to know this really thank youEDIT: got an 7,4 soo thanks bud
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Have a Physics Exam Tomorrow and this helped a lot, Tysm <3
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i was googling feminist frequency and i ended up in this video! Now i understand things better thank you!
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Hi, just wanted to say thanks for this very clear explanation, it has really helped me to grasp the basics of the relationship between wave period and freq, I hadn't seen your previous videos but will deffo be checking them out to see if there's any other topics I need to understand better for my coursework. Especially if you have any Algebra vids. I was doing fine with Mathematics until the alphabet got involved…
I am studying towards a degree in Computing and IT with Open University (studying from home with lectures online). I have no school qualifications, but I'm doing OK so far. One of the compulsory modules of the degree is to choose between 'Discovering Mathematics' and 'Essential Mathematics', essential mathematics is a follow up to A-level students here in UK and was way too advanced for me so I started Discovering Mathematics – I wasn't prepared for mathematics to be such an important part of the computing course before hand so have been thrown in at the deep end before I can swim in regards to the mathematics side of things.
Anyway I have been doing alright, but one of my assignment questions has asked something like: to calculate the period of a Sine wave when given the frequency, and to then half the result (period) and explain/calculate what then happens to the frequency.
Your video gave me a clear insight and cool visual explanation of it all with the light bulbs and really helped so want to say a big Thank You!
thank you for making me understand this in 5 minutes while my teacher couldn't even teach me this in 3 days.
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Thanks, man I understand clearly
The final is tomorrow, so thank you. my teacher just sort of stopped teaching
Never seen a guy more bored to instruct. Wake up dude.
So on successive waves i can use the trough on one wave and the trough on the next wave to calculate the period ?
Isn’t it time between the pulses?
Excellent stuff. Cleared up any confusion. ????
gotta watch this shit like 5 times…fuck..this is saturday night…what am i doing here!!!
Thank you for the examples, this was a welcome and helpful refresher!
Thank you so much this video helped
Your video was incredibly concise and informative. Thank you! Also, phet.colorado.edu is an amazing website. It went straight into my bookmarks.
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