# Light Mr. Andersen describes visible light while discussing the electromagnetic spectrum. A simple description of the eye, optical illusions and lights are also included.

# Sound Waves Mr. Andersen explains how sound waves are created and perceived. A brief discussion of pitch and loudness are included. A generated sound of varying pitches is also included.

# Waves Mr. Andersen introduces the concept of waves. Both transverse and logitudinal waves are described. The relationship between wave speed, wave frequency and wavelength is also included.

# Series and Parallel Circuits Mr. Andersen contrasts series and parallel electrical circuits. A simulation is used to visualize electron flow through both circuit types.

# Voltage, Current and Resistance Mr. Andersen describes the relationship between voltage, current and resistance in an electric circuit. Ohm's Law is introduced through a circuit simulation.

# Electricity and Electric Circuits Mr. Andersen introduces the topic of electricity. He differentiates between static electricity and current electricity. An introduction to electric circuits is also included.

# Energy, Work and Power Mr. Andersen defines the terms energy, work and power. He also uses a simple example to calculate both work and power.

# Simple Machines Mr. Andersen explains the simple principles behind simple machines. He shows how the mechanical advantage of a simple machine can increase the input force. A brief discussion of work is also included.

# Momentum Mr. Andersen explains the concept of momentum. He also shows you how to solve simple momentum problems. He finally shows you how momentum is both conserved and relative.

# Free Body Diagrams Mr. Andersen shows you how to draw free body diagrams of various objects. The major forces (like gravity, normal, tension, friction, air resistance, etc.) are discussed and then applied to various problems.

# Newton's Three Laws of Motion Mr. Andersen defines Newton's three laws of motion. He describes how the first law relates to inertia, how the second law relates to mass and acceleration, and how the third law allows a rocket to launch.

# What is Physics? Mr. Andersen explains the importance of physics as a science. History and virtual examples are used to give the discipline context.

# Scalars and Vectors Mr. Andersen explains the differences between scalar and vectors quantities. He also uses a demonstration to show the importance of vectors and vector addition.

# Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Mr. Andersen explains the basic quantities of motion. Demonstration videos and practice problems are also included. The difference between scalar and vector quantities is also discussed. Mr. Andersen shows you how to read a position vs. time graph to determine the velocity of an object. Objects that are accelerating are covered in this podcast. He also introduces the tangent line (or the magic pen). Mr. Andersen shows you how to interpret a position vs. time graph for an object with constant velocity. The slope of the line is used to find the velocity. A phet simulation is also included.