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FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture number 1: Displacement Time Graph

This video lecture from Chapter no:1 Motion and Force  of  F.Sc. first year physics explains: What is displacement and how it is defined,Also this lecture have the explanation of displacement with daily life examples and explanation of its graph with respect to time. You will learn the difference between distance and displacement and the units of displacement.

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 2: Velocity Time Graph

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers: the concept of velocity and its explanation with daily life examples. It also covers an explanation of its graph with respect to time. You will learn the difference between velocity and speed and their units.

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 3: 1st and 2nd Law of Motion

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers:  The first and second laws of motion and the concept of inertia. It covers in detail the relationship of force with mass and acceleration relating with daily life examples

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 4: Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers: The third law of motion i.e. the concept of action and reaction with examples. It includes the daily life examples of action and reaction

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 5: Momentum

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers: Momentum. Its representation and its examples in daily life. The relationship of momentum with velocity and mass of body and the method of calculation of momentum and its units.

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 6: Example of Gun

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers: The example of momentum in detail. In this video you will learn how a gun operates on the principle of momentum and its explanation by using the concept of 3rd law of motion

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 7: Example of Rocket

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers: The detailed explanation of an application of momentum from our daily life. and you will learn about the motion of rocket. And also the movement of gases in accordance of 3rd law of motion .and also the construction of rocket.

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 8: Conservation of Momentum

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers Conservation of Momentum, Explanation, derivation and cases related to different masses and velocities of bodies in detail with the help of examples.

FSc, Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 9: Billistic Flight

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers Ballistic flight and its purpose. Also it includes how and where ballistic flights can be used in our daily life.

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 10: Projectile motion and Projectile Velocity

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers Projectile Motion and its area of application, Projectile velocity, role of acceleration in velocity, its detailed explanation, graphical representation and derivation with the help of first equation of motion

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 11: Height of Projectile Motion

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers The height of Projectile motion, Mathematical and graphical representation, and its explanation using 2nd equation of motion.

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 12: Time of Projectile Motion

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers The time of Projectile Motion, Its Mathematical representation and Explanation. It also covers its relation to height of projectile and 2nd equation of motion.

FSc Physics Book1, Chapter 3, Lecture 13: Range of Projectile Motion

This video lecture from Motion and Force  (F.Sc. first year physics) covers The Range of Projectile Motion, Its minimum and maximum range, and methods of finding the Range using trigonometric ratios.

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