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**AIEEE / IIT JEE Physics- Waves and Oscillations**by
Kajal Sengupta

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Th beauty of these series of video is that instead of dwelling too much on calculation and derivation , Physics behind the topics are explained. Start...

**REFERENCE CIRCLE AS IN S.H.M**by
Kajal Sengupta

7 Pages|4046 Views

This tutorial consists of all the videos which will be used in my public class " Waves and Oscillation-Reference Circle" on 4/2/2011. Two vi...

**A Numerical on Charged Particle**by
Kajal Sengupta

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This Presentation explains the solution of a Numerical example based on ,Motion of Charged Particle in Magnetic Field and Electric Field. The Beauty i...

**AIEEE Physics-A numerical example**by
Kajal Sengupta

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The numerical example is interesting because it is based on facts from reflection of light and kinematics. The question is simple but elegant. Log in ...

**AIEEE Physics-- Full Wave Rectification**by
Kajal Sengupta

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The video clip shows the movement of charged particles when four diodes are used for full wave rectification. Watch how in the two halves of the wave...

**Strategies to Upgrade Mathematics in the Middle Sc**by
lee Luther

18 Pages|4707 Views

Strategies to Upgrade Mathematics in the Middle School

**About Company Premium Line Systems**by
Dmitry Matskevich

15 Pages |1429 Views

About Company Premium Line Systems

**Simple Machines Part 4**by
Kajal Sengupta

1392 Views

A must see for students trying to solve problems on pulley. An example which involves a combination of pulleys which has a mass and movable too. The p...

**Simple Machine Part 5**by
Kajal Sengupta

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The second part of the numerical started in Part 4 is completed. Thanks to Khanacademy.org for the video.

**Resolution of vectors--Part 2**by
Kajal Sengupta

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Its in continuation of the part 1 and carries the discussion forward. Ideal for those who struggle with the concept of vectors. You can view this vide...

**Resolution of vectors--Part 3**by
Kajal Sengupta

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It deals with the case when components are given and the original vector has to be found. Video courtesy to Youtube.com.

**Thermodynamics for the beginners Part 1**by
Kajal Sengupta

3724 Views

The lecture begins with explainig about pressure,and leads to the numerical problems in the next slide. Thanks to Khanacademy.org for the video

**Thermodynamics for the begginners Part 2**by
Kajal Sengupta

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A simple problem involving pressure and volume is solved.The kinetic interpretation of temperature is also introduced and the discussion leads to the...

**Thermodynamics for the beginners Part 3**by
Kajal Sengupta

1201 Views

Ideal gas equation is the topic which has been discussed . Anumerical problem is solved giving at each stage what is the importance of units. Thanks t...

**Thermodynamics for the beginners Part 4**by
Kajal Sengupta

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If you have any difficulty in understanding what a mole is and all the concepts relating to it then this is the video you should have a look at. Many ...

**Animated view of range of projectile**by
Kajal Sengupta

1371 Views

In theory range of projectile is taught with a lot of mathematics. This video shows the animated view of how range changes with angle of projection be...

**Questions and Numericals on Gauss's Law**by
Kajal Sengupta

2 Pages |9932 Views

The File contains Two Interesting Questions from Resnik and Halliday which was solved in my class .

**Two Dimentional Momentum Problem**by
Kajal Sengupta

1477 Views

An interesting numerical problem on two dimentional momentum explained beautifully- can be of use for the AIEEE,IIT-JEE exams

**How a Capacitor Works**by
Kajal Sengupta

2019 Views

Uses a Simple Experiment to show how the Capacitor Works. It explains the Effect of Change in Area of the Plate, Introduction of Dielectric Plate etc

**Probability of Independent Events**by
Kajal Sengupta

2309 Views

In Probability Theory, to say that two Events are Independent intuitively means that the occurrence of one event makes it neither more nor less probab...