Draw a tangent to the curve in order to calculate the gradient of the curve at that point. This will give us the reaction rate

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Flipped Classroom - Tangent Lines

Draw a tangent to the curve in order to calculate the gradient of the curve at that point. This will give us the reaction rate

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Tangents to a Curve - GCSE Physics

This video introduces tangents to a curve. This is slightly more complicated than calculating the gradient of a straight line. It involves the same method of calculating the gradient of ...a straight line but with an extra step.

Sometimes you need to work out the slope at a particular point on a curve: - Carefully draw a straight line with a ruler that just touches the curve - Work out the gradient of this straight line in the usual way

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Relevant for GCSE Physics 9-1 in the following exam boards: AQA (including Trilogy) (Higher only) Edexcel (Higher only) CCEA (not specifically relevant but recommended) OCR A (Higher only) OCR B (Higher only) WJEC (Higher only) CIE (Cambridge International Examinations) IGCSE (not specifically relevant but recommended) Edexcel International IGCSE

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This video covers: - How to interpret distance-time graphs - How to calculate speed on a distance-time graph - What the gradient of the line means - Drawing a tangent

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When do we say that an object is accelerating? What happens to the velocity of an object when it accelerates or when it is in motion? Is acceleration scalar or ...vector? or What is acceleration? Watch this video to know the answers!

Acceleration is the rate of change of the velocity of an object with respect to time. Acceleration (a) is the change in velocity (Δv) over the change in time (Δt), represented by the equation a = Δv/Δt.

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SUVAT Equations of Motion

SUVAT Equations for new 1-9 GCSE focus on equation which does not require time.

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Q7 1B Motion 4C Work Energy Power June 2018 iGCSE Physics

This is a quick video walkthrough of an Edexcel exam question. It is designed so you can look at questions which relate to questions from specific parts of the course.

It ...is taken from a real paper and I have used a real mark scheme which I have adapted for on-screen use. If you listen carefully it will give you a really good idea of what an examiner is looking for. This is a quick video walkthrough of an Edexcel exam question. It is designed so you can look at questions which relate to questions from specific parts of the course.

It is taken from a real paper and I have used a real mark scheme which I have adapted for on-screen use. If you listen carefully it will give you a really good idea of what an examiner is looking for.[+] Show More

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Great Balls of Fire - Ethanol Flames!

Ethanol Velocity of a lit flame can be worked out using heatproof mats and a pipette of ethanol. You simply pour around 1m over the tiles in a thin line ...and set light.

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Use a copper pipe with a slit cut and two rubber bungs. You need to try and just get the right amount, so a few pipettes in a cold tube. The tube temp puts out the flame and it travels in a pulse. You can send mutiple pulses down. If you do it whilst hot, you have a fire risk! Also not enough ethanol will mean it will not travel. You need the fluid to pick up the flame motion[+] Show More

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