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Overview

This Physics Crash Course is designed for students in Class 11 who are preparing for the IIT-JEE or NEET exams. This course was created by analyzing problems that students have repeatedly faced to revise and prepare the physics chapters(syllabus). Enroll in this online crash course for class 11 Physics, which comprises recorded video lectures aimed to help you understand all definitions, formulae, principles, questions, subjects, and concepts, as well as to help you achieve good exam results.

This IIT Physics course and Jee physics Course includes video lessons for each chapter of Physics Class 11th Crash Course 2020-21, as well as practice questions after each lesson. Graphics, presentations, and interactive features are included in these video lessons to keep students engaged. A broad variety of online study material with a user-friendly interface for CBSE board students. You can access a lecture several times if required and ask your questions directly to the instructor.

Topics Covered: 

Physics:

  1. PHYSICAL-WORLD

  2. UNITS AND MEASUREMENTS

  3. MOTION IN A STRAIGHT LINE

  4. MOTION IN A PLANE

  5. LAWS OF MOTION 

  6. WORK ENERGY AND POWER

  7. SYSTEM OF PARTICLES AND ROTATIONAL MOTION

  8. GRAVITATION

  9. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS

  10. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS

  11. THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATTER 

  12. THERMODYNAMICS

  13. KINETIC THEORY

  14. OSCILLATIONS

  15. WAVES.

Unit I: Physical World and Measurement:

  • Chapter - 1: Physical World

The scope and excitement of physics; the essence of physical laws; Physics, technology, and culture are all intertwined.

  • Chapter - 2: Units and Measurements

Measurements consist of SI units, basic and derived units; units of measurement; systems of units Measurements of length, mass, and time; measuring instrument accuracy and precision; measurement errors; important figures.

Physical quantity dimensions, dimensional analysis, and its applications.

Unit II: Kinematics

  • Chapter - 3: Motion in a Straight Line

Motion in a straight line, frame of reference: Speed and velocity, as well as a position-time graph.

Differentiation and integration are basic principles for describing motion. Motion that is both uniform and non-uniform, as well as average and instantaneous velocity. Motion graphs with uniform acceleration, velocity-time graphs, and position-time graphs.

For uniformly accelerated motion, the following equations apply (graphical treatment).

  • Chapter - 4: Motion in a Plane

Vectors of position and displacement; general vectors and their notations; vector equality; vector multiplication by a real number; vector addition and subtraction The word "relative velocity" relates to how quickly something is moving. Unit vector; Resolution of a vector in a plane - rectangular components Vector scalar and vector product are two types of vector data.

Projectile motion in a plane, cases of uniform velocity, and uniform acceleration. A consistent circular motion.

Unit III: Laws of Motion

  • Chapter - 5: Laws of Motion

Power is an intuitive term. Newton's first law of motion, inertia; momentum, and Newton's second law of motion; impulse; and Newton's third law of motion.

The law of linear momentum conservation and its applications.

Concurrent forces are in a state of equilibrium. Friction, static and kinetic, laws of friction, rolling friction, and lubrication.

Uniform circular motion dynamics: centripetal force, circular motion examples (vehicle on a level circular road, vehicle on banked road).

Unit IV: Work, High Energy, and Power

  • Chapter - 6: Work, Energy, and Power

Kinetic energy, work-energy theorem, and power are terms used to describe the work performed by a constant and a variable force.

The notion of potential energy, the potential energy of a spring, conservative forces: conservation of mechanical energy (kinetic and potential energies); non-conservative forces: motion in a vertical circle; elastic and inelastic collisions in one and two dimensions.

Unit V: Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

  • Chapter - 7: System of Particles and Rotational Motion

Momentum retention, the center of mass motion, and the center of mass of a two-particle system

A rigid body's center of mass; a uniform rod's center of mass.

Force moment, torque, angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum rules, and their applications

Rigid body equilibrium, rigid body rotation, and rotational motion equations, and contrast of linear and rotational motions

The radius of gyration, the moment of inertia For simple geometrical objects, values of moments of inertia (no derivation). Theorems of parallel and perpendicular axes and their implementations are stated.

Unit VI: Gravitation

  • Chapter - 8: Gravitation

Planetary motion according to Keplar's rules. Gravitation is a fundamental law.

Gravitational acceleration and how it varies with altitude and depth.

The terms gravitational potential energy and gravitational potential are interchangeable. Your ability to run at a high rate. The orbital velocity of a satellite. Geostationary satellites are those that travel in a circular orbit around the Earth.

Unit VII: Properties of Bulk Matter

  • Chapter - 9: Mechanical Properties of Solids

Hooke's law, Young's modulus, bulk modulus, shear modulus of rigidity, Poisson's ratio; elastic energy

  • Chapter - 10: Mechanical Properties of Fluids

Pascal's law and its applications; pressure due to a fluid column (hydraulic lift and hydraulic brakes). Gravity has an impact on fluid pressure.

Stokes' law, terminal velocity, streamline and turbulent flow, critical velocity are all terms used to describe the viscosity of a fluid.

Stokes' law, terminal velocity, streamline and turbulent flow, critical velocity are all terms used to describe the viscosity of a fluid. The theorem of Bernoulli and its implementations

Surface tension and energy, angle of touch, pressure excess over a curved surface, and application of surface tension ideas to drops, bubbles, and capillary rise

  • Chapter - 11: Thermal Properties of Matter

Heat, temperature, and thermal expansion of solids, liquids, and gases, as well as anomalous expansion of water; real heat power. Change of state - latent heat capacity; Cp, Cv - calorimetry

Thermodynamic conductivity, heat transfer by conduction, convection, and radiation Blackbody radiation's qualitative concepts, Greenhouse impact, Wein's displacement law, Stefan's law

Unit VIII: Thermodynamics

  • Chapter - 12: Thermodynamics

Temperature concept and thermal equilibrium (zeroth law of thermodynamics). Internal electricity, heat, and work. Thermodynamics' first rule. Processes that are isothermal and adiabatic.

Reversible and irreversible processes are described by the second law of thermodynamics. The engine and refrigerator should be heated.

Unit IX: Behaviour of Perfect Gases and Kinetic Theory of Gases

  • Chapter - 13: Kinetic Theory

Work performed in compressing a gas, equation of state of a perfect gas.

Assumptions and the idea of pressure in the kinetic theory of gases. Degrees of freedom, the law of equipartition of energy (statement only) and application to basic heat capacities of gases; definition of mean free path, Avogadro's number; kinetic interpretation of temperature; RMS speed of gas molecules; degrees of freedom, the law of equipartition of energy (statement only) and application to specific heat capacities of gases; the concept of mean free path, Avogadro's number.

Unit X: Oscillations and Waves

  • Chapter - 14: Oscillations

Time length, frequency, and displacement as a function of time are all examples of periodic motion. Periodic functions are functions that repeat themselves.

Simple harmonic motion (S.H.M.) and its equation; phase; oscillations and force constant of a spring-restoring force; energy in S.H.M. Easy pendulum derivation of expression for its period; kinetic and potential energies.

Resonant oscillations (qualitative ideas only), free, coerced, and damped oscillations.

Chapter - 15: Waves

The movement of water waves. Wave motion speed, transverse and longitudinal waves A progressive wave's displacement relation. Wave superposition, reflection, standing waves in strings and organ pipes, fundamental mode and harmonics, beats, and the Doppler effect

Characteristics:

  1. A single-stop shop for engineering entrance, PCB, and board exam preparation.

  2. You can study on a computer, a laptop, or a tablet. You can learn whenever you want, in any location, in any room, and for as long as you want. Self-education is important.

  3. Much cheaper than tuitions complete/ 100%/ CBSE syllabus.

  4. Faculty from top schools such as DPS, Air Force Bal Bharti, and IIT-Delhi.

  5. Guarantees success in Engineering Exams with over 8000 problems and solutions.

  6. Explained solutions to all questions and numerical problems mentioned in each chapter in textbooks. 

  7. The pointless effort is streamlined to produce better results. 

  8. Content hours above the majority of the market – crisp, accessible content – no unreadable handwritten blackboards.

  9. Rapid and cost-effective format with the ability to jump to any point of interest, even inside a lecture.

  10. Teachers can create a classroom-like atmosphere and produce content without being frustrated by technical limitations thanks to an easy-to-use technology framework.

  11. Classroom, standard learning can be done at home/ anywhere – can ‘FLIP’ classroom.

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Basic Requirement

  • Post 10th

  • You'll need a smartphone or a laptop with internet access.

  • Students in grades 11 and 12 preparing for the board exam

  • Students studying for the entrance exams for IIT-JEE and NEET

Skills Covered

  • Student will be able to solve all numericals related to Class 11 Board | IIT-JEE | NEET Physics

  • All numericals relevant to Class 11 Board | IIT-JEE | NEET Physics will be solved by the student.

  • Full Physics Analysis for JEE / NEET / Board Exams

Expert Review

During this course, you will learn the fundamentals of Physics, which will help you in subject-related examinations.

Understanding Class 11 Physics is important as it is the basic requirement for any related entrance exam which requires maths.

You can check out the tips I have added before beginning the course to enhance your skills.

1. Keep up and prioritize recovery if you fall back

Mathematics and physics both use a core foundation to build knowledge outwards and upwards. The structure can become shaky and unstable if one piece of information is missed, which can be difficult to deal with throughout the semester.

For this reason, keeping up with assigned readings, practicing problems on a regular basis and reviewing old content daily is key to staying on top of physics.

2. Become well versed in the core concepts

Following your reading (in preparation for your next lecture), drill yourself on the main ideas, definitions, and formulas you encountered. You will be able to better follow what's happening in class if you know these basic concepts beforehand (or at least understand them).

With Brainscape, students can now leverage the power of spaced repetition to learn and memorize content by leveraging the power of spaced repetition. Furthermore, you can use our pre-made certified collections of Physics 101 and AP Physics flashcards OR you can make your own for free using the templates!

Brainscape is by far the best way to learn and memorize the "building blocks" of physics that are so important for succeeding in the subject.

3. Review your math

My physics problems were caused by rusty or non-existent math skills, as was the case with me. You'll find that as you advance in physics, you'll encounter more and more mathematical processes you once thought you had left behind. Yes, I am referring to algebra, trigonometry, and calculus.

The gaps won't be filled within lectures or class time either. Your teacher will likely assume you are proficient in all the mathematics required to cope with the content you are studying. So if you struggle with math and it's causing you trouble in physics class, don't wait for it to go away. Math is the language of science, so you cannot ignore rusty skills.

Consider asking a math-savvy friend, a fellow student, a tutor, your professor, etc., to help you go through the specific math problems you're experiencing so you can return to your physics studies fully proficient.

4. Take a conceptual approach

Take a conceptual approach to learning physics to break down your problem into basic steps whether you are looking for a unified field theory or studying force and motion. Concentrate on the fundamentals, but keep the big picture in the back of your mind. Finding a solution is much easier when concepts are brought together into a single understanding.

I'll give you a great example: 'Baseball: the physics of hitting a fastball'

The study of physics relies on a series of small stepping stones - the fundamental principles and laws of the universe - that provide the foundation for learning about a wide range of topics. An individual's success depends on a firm knowledge of these fundamentals, and on a flexible mind that is able to assess these rules and determine when and how to apply them.

Use conceptual building blocks instead of banging your head against the wall. Work backward to find where you got lost if you are snagged.

5. Get in the (study) zone

A mastery of physics, particularly if you're having trouble, requires daily study. Everyone interprets this differently: some work best in a crowded coffee shop, while others need absolute silence.

Establish a daily routine for studying that includes (1) reviewing what you learned that day (and the day before), (2) consolidating your study notes, (3) going through some sample problems, and (4) preparing for the next class.

Keeping track of your progress in physics will make it easier


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