Acceleration in MCAT Physics Translational Motion Video 6

Acceleration in MCAT Physics Translational Motion Video by Leah FischAcceleration, that tricky little concept that shows up in just about every physics question. From the applied acceleration in kinematics, to the implied acceleration of gravity, this topic will show up again and again in your MCAT practice.

With multiple related equations, it’s important that you have a proper understanding of this not-so-intuitive concepts in order to tackle related MCAT questions with confidence.

The video below will help you understand the concept as well as show you how to work the different related kinematic equations for MCAT style questions.

Translational Motion 6 – Acceleration

(Watch on YouTube: Acceleration. Click cc on the bottom right for video transcription.)

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This is Video 6 in my series on Translational Motion in MCAT Physics. Click HERE for the entire series

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  1. You explain so well and actually make learning physics and understanding physics so much better!

  2. You’re the best!!!! That’s all what I need to say

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