How to interpret and use "ratio units"--units that form ratios, such as "meters/second" or "kilograms/cubic meter" or "newtons/coulomb". Some other common examples of ratio units are watts (joules/second), volts (joules/coloumb), and molarity (moles/liter).The videos should help you to understand and work with concepts such as electric field, electric potential, density, power, concentration, and many other concepts in physics and chemistry that have ratio units. "Ratio units" are important in many other fields--such as economics and finance--as well.These videos are offered on a "pay what you like" basis. You can pay for the use of the videos at my website:http://www.freelance-teacher.com/video.mhtFor a playlist containing all the videos in this series, click here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S864mYkjNZQ&feature=PlayList&p=73D05F44E35F8A67&index=0&playnext=1(1) Introduction(2) Prices(3) Prices(4) Prices(5) Prices(6) Prices(7) Prices(8) Examples of how to interpret ratio units from physics and chemistry: speed and power (watts)(9) Density and pressure(10) Frequency (hertz) and wavelength(11) Electric field and potential (volts)(12) Current (amps), atomic weight, molarity, heat of vaporization, Faraday's constant(13) Spring constanttags: education college student university exam test educational study campus school
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