 Arapahoe High School Physics Podcasts
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Podcasts created to aid all levels of Mr. Jeff Smith's physics classes at Arapahoe High School, including content appropriate for Intro Physics, AP Physics B, and AP Physics C students.

## Definite Integrals (Level: APC)

This podcast explains how to evaluate definite integrals at given limits of integration, and how this idea relates to finding the area under the curve...

## Indefinite Integrals (Level: APC)

This podcast introduces integrals with the idea "un-doing" a derivative, and then works several examples based on the reverse of the power rule.

## Derivatives and Max/Min (Level: APC)

This podcast explains how to apply your understanding of derivatives to the problem of finding the maximum or minimum value of a function.

## Chain Rule and Product Rule (Level: APC)

This podcast introduces how to perform derivatives for some more complicated functions, specifically how to use the chain rule for derivatives of comp...

## Other Common Derivatives (Level: APC)

This podcast introduces common derivatives that can't be performed with the power rule, such as derivatives of some trigonometric, exponential, and lo...

## Derivatives and Power Rule (Level: APC)

This podcast introduces the concept of derivatives, at a depth appropriate for students beginning a calculus-based physics course. This includes a bri...

## Waves on Strings (Levels: Intro, APB)

This podcast explains standing waves on strings, including an explanation for how to calculate which frequencies of vibration will 'work' to cause a c...

## Static Equilibrium (Levels: Intro, APB, APC)

This podcast introduces the idea of static equilibrium, once students are already familiar with torque concepts.

## Intro to Sound Waves (Levels: Intro, APB)

This podcast describes several sound wave properties, and introduces the sound wave phenomena of Doppler Effect and Beat Frequency. Simple calculation...

## Forces During Rolling (Level: APC)

This podcast explains how to examine forces and torques while an object is rolling.