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Master the mechanics content from A-level maths (first year), and practice on real past paper exam questions.

**What you'll learn**

A-level mechanics

Newton's laws of motion

Constant acceleration formulae (SUVAT)

Applying calculus to motion problems

Vectors

Calculator use for A-level mechanics

**Requirements**

Good knowledge of GCSE maths or equivalent.

Basic knowledge of calculus for the final chapter of the course.

**Description**

A-Level Maths: Mechanics (Year 1 / AS) is a course for anyone studying A-Level Maths:This course covers everything in the mechanics component of maths A-Level AS content, usually covered in the first year of study (Year 12). The course is suitable for all major exam boards, including Edexcel, OCR, AQA and MEI as well as the Cambridge International A-Level course. It is also a great introduction to mechanics for anyone interested in getting started.The main sections of the course are:Kinematics - the study of movement, where we look at graphs of motion (displacement-, velocity- and acceleration-), constant acceleration formulas (SUVAT equations), projectiles, and how to solve problems involving multiple stages of a journey, and problems involving multiple moving objects.Dynamics - the study of forces, where we look at Newton's laws of motion, forces (and how to model them as vectors), combining force problems with constant acceleration problems, connected particles questions, and problems where the forces change part way through, such as when a connecting string breaks.Variable acceleration - where we look at motion expressed as a function of , and how to use differentiation and integration to solve mechanics problems.There are also two extra sections at the end. The first is a short video where I show you how to use a Casio ClassWiz calculator to speed up mechanics problems. The second is four extended videos where I go question-by-question through the mechanics content in the spen papers of Edexcel, OCR, AQA and MEI.What you get in this course:Videos: Watch as I explain each topic, introducing all the key ideas, and then go through a range of different examples, covering all the important ideas in each. In these videos I also point out the most common misconceptions and errors so that you can avoid them.Quizzes: Each sub-section is followed by a short quiz for you to test your understanding of the content just covered. Most of the questions in the quizzes are taken from real A-Level past papers. Feel free to ask for help if you get stuck on these!Worksheets: At the end of each chapter I have made a collection of different questions taken from real A-Level past papers for you to put it all together and try for yourself. At the bottom of each worksheet is a full mark-scheme so you can see how you have done.This course comes with:A 30 day money-back guarantee.A printable Udemy certificate of completion.Support in the Q&A section - ask me if you get stuck!I really hope you enjoy this course!Woody

**Overview**

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Kinematics

Lecture 2 Vectors vs Scalars

Lecture 3 Displacement- Graphs

Lecture 4 Displacement- Graph Example

Lecture 5 Velocity- Graphs

Lecture 6 Velocity- Graph Example 1

Lecture 7 Velocity- Graph Example 2

Lecture 8 Acceleration- Graphs

Lecture 9 SUVAT Equations

Lecture 10 Proofs of SUVAT Equations

Lecture 11 SUVAT Equations - Example 1

Lecture 12 SUVAT Equations - Example 2

Lecture 13 Two Parts of a Journey

Lecture 14 Two Moving Objects

Lecture 15 Projectiles

Lecture 16 Projectiles - Example 1

Lecture 17 Projectiles - Example 2

Lecture 18 End of Chapter Practice Questions

Section 3: Dynamics

Lecture 19 Force Diagrams (part 1)

Lecture 20 Force Diagrams (part 2)

Lecture 21 Resultant Forces

Lecture 22 Magnitude and Direction

Lecture 23 Forces as Vectors (part 1)

Lecture 24 Forces as Vectors (part 2)

Lecture 25 Parallel Vectors

Lecture 26 Newton's Second Law

Lecture 27 Newton's Second Law - Example 1

Lecture 28 Newton's Second Law - Example 2

Lecture 29 Forces and SUVAT

Lecture 30 Connected Particles (part 1)

Lecture 31 Connected Particles (part 2)

Lecture 32 Connected Particles (part 3)

Lecture 33 Chag Forces (part 1)

Lecture 34 Chag Forces (part 2)

Lecture 35 Modelling Assumptions

Lecture 36 End of Chapter Practice Questions

Section 4: Variable Acceleration

Lecture 37 Motion as a Function of

Lecture 38 Using Differentiation in Mechanics (part 1)

Lecture 39 Using Differentiation in Mechanics (part 2)

Lecture 40 Turning Points

Lecture 41 Using Integration in Mechanics (part 1)

Lecture 42 Using Integration in Mechanics (part 2)

Lecture 43 Calculus Meets SUVAT

Lecture 44 End of Chapter Practice Questions

Section 5: Calculator Use in Mechanics

Lecture 45 Calculator Use in Mechanics

Section 6: Spen Papers

Lecture 46 Edexcel AS Spen Paper - Mechanics Content

Lecture 47 OCR AS Spen Paper - Mechanics Content

Lecture 48 AQA AS Spen Paper - Mechanics Content

Lecture 49 MEI AS Spen Paper - Mechanics Content

Students taking (or planning to take) A-level maths.,Anyone interested in learning about motion, forces and the physical laws that govern our world.

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