The first step to conquering force equations, is to conquer F=ma.
Not just with simple memorization, but with the understanding of how the units relate to each other, and how to derive different forms of this equation so that the units work out as expected.
This video breaks it down for you and also shows you how forces ties in with kinematics.
Not confident with the basics?
Click HERE for a kinematics review, and click HERE for a review of MCAT Math Without A Calculator
(click to watch this video on YouTube, or read the video transcript coming soon)
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Thank you so much! I’m taking the MCAT in a few days and I wish I would have found you sooner! D; I’ll be watching all your videos and reviewing your study guide for the time I have left.
You are God sent! I am currently preparing for the MCAT. Speaking for someone who has had little mathematical background in college (College algebra and Statistics) your video series on math without a calculator has been huge for me understanding that it CAN be done. Thank you so much for your contributions!!
Ashilin A Alex says
Thank you so much for making these videos for free.. It forces us to do our job since we can’t find any other excuses.
I really have got a trouble with solving the numericals in physics like I go all numb when questions are related to physics. Can you please help me and provide me some material which you think can help me in mcat?
Hey Leah, I hope that you are well. Again, thank you so much for the videos, they are very helpful. Where can I go to access the practice quiz?
Your videos are absolutely amazing and extremely helpful!!!! Thank you for making physics understandable!
Thank you Chawan. Are you in a physics course or preparing for the MCAT?
This is a really great video
Thank you Rimsha