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The physics paper solution series is made of 4 sections with 20 videos in each but the last section has 14 videos. Section 1 has 20 full of tactics videos. These include:
- Photoelectric effect with Ray optics
- Refraction, Electrostatics problem
- Electromagnetic, Rotational motion, Two-dimensional motion
- Thermodynamics, Energy level diagram.
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In this no-cost video lecture of physics, Section 2 has:
- Angular motion, Newton’s law of cooling.
- Photoelectric effect, Soundwaves
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- Atomic structure, Fluids, X ray
- Reflection, Waves and oscillation.
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