# Physics 105 - Dr. Colton's Homework Solution Videos

Fall 2014

Instructions: Click on the problem number to play the solution video in the video player.

Homework 1: 1-1 | 1-2 | 1-3
Homework 2: 2-1 | 2-2 | 2-3 | 2-4 | 2-5 | 2-6
Homework 3: 3-1 | 3-2 | 3-3 | 3-4 | 3-5 | 3-6
Homework 4: 4-1 | 4-2 | 4-3 | 4-4
Homework 5: 5-1 | 5-2 | 5-3 | 5-4 | 5-5
Homework 6: 6-1 | 6-2 | 6-3 | 6-4 | 6-5 | 6-6
Homework 7: 7-1 | 7-2 | 7-3 | 7-4 | 7-5
Homework 8: 8-1 | 8-2 | 8-3 | 8-4 | 8-5 | 8-6
Homework 9: 9-1 | 9-2 | 9-3 | 9-4 | 9-5 | 9-6
Homework 10: 10-1 | 10-2 | 10-3 | 10-4 | 10-5
Homework 11: 11-1 | 11-2 | 11-3 | 11-4 | 11-5 | 11-6
Homework 12: 12-1 | 12-2 | 12-3 | 12-4 | 12-5 | 12-6 | 12-7
Homework 13: 13-1 | 13-2 | 13-3 | 13-4 | 13-5 | 13-6
Homework 14: 14-1 | 14-2 | 14-3 | 14-4 | 14-5
Homework 15: 15-1 | 15-2 | 15-3 | 15-4 | 15-5
Homework 16: 16-1 | 16-2 | 16-3 | 16-4 | 16-5  - Note: my videos for HW 16 and 17 somehow didn't record with sound. If I get a chance I will re-record them, but in the meantime I'm posting the audio-less videos because I figure they are better than nothing.
Homework 17: 17-1 | 17-2 | 17-3 | 17-4 | 17-5
Homework 18: 18-1 | 18-2 | 18-3 | 18-4  - Note: in the video for problem 18-2, I gave "0.21 inch" as my computer generated data. However, my data was actually 0.67 inches! I have no idea why I wrote down 0.21 inch when I made the video. The answers calculated in the problem are all based on the 0.67 inch number rather than the 0.21 inch number. My apologies.
Homework 19: 19-1 | 19-2 | 19-3 | 19-4 | 19-5 | 19-6
Homework 20: 20-1 | 20-2 | 20-3 | 20-4 | 20-5 | 20-6
Homework 21: 21-1 | 21-2 | 21-3 | 21-4 | 21-5 | 21-6
Homework 22: 22-1 | 22-2 | 22-3 | 22-4 | 22-5 | 22-6
Homework 23: 23-1 | 23-2 | 23-3 | 23-4 | 23-5
Homework 24: 24-1 | 24-2 | 24-3 | 24-4 | 24-5
Homework 25: 25-1 | 25-2 | 25-3 | 25-4
Homework 26: 26-1 | 26-2 | 26-3 | 26-4
Homework 27: 27-1 | 27-2 | 27-3 | 27-4 | 27-5 | 27-6
Homework 28: 28-1 | 28-2 | 28-3 | 28-4 | 28-5 | 28-6