Law of Motion – Force by Prof. Sheetal Gehani, DM Tutorials | Physics | Std 9th

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  • Sheetal Gehani (professor of Physics) – DM Tutorials,
  • Physics: Laws of Motion – Force, Std. 9th ICSE.

Continuing with our chapter on #Motion, we learn the theory of the first law of motion which is force. Furthermore, professor explains the 2 broad category of Forces – contact & non-contact force with relevant examples within these.

Hope this video proves helpful in understanding the concept of force. You may post your questions in the comments section below and we will try to get the answers from the professors for you. stay home stay safe and All the best!

While all of us are stuck at home during this lockdown, how about we exercise our brain cells a bit! We have brought together a robust team of professors from DM Tutorials who will teach us important concepts in the subjects of Chemistry, physics, biology and mathematics.

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