Malcolm explains to his brothers the difference between acceleration and velocity while watching TV. He explains that, at any given moment, the Earth is rotating at 1,000 MPH and traveling at almost 67,000 MPH.
The crew on the ship prepare to perform a "flip and burn" manuever. This manuever puts an intense toll on the crew, as they need to strap in and inject themselves with some fluids during it. This clip illustrates that the effects of gravity and acceleration should be indistinguishable.
This video gives an example of someone trying to find the height of their bedroom by using acceleration and velocity. This also incldues an explanation of the different aspects of integrals, velocity graphs, displacement curve, integral of acceleration, and the power rule in order for someone to solve the example. Additionally, the Crash Course video explains how to use constants in the equation.
Double D and Ed attempt to perform Galileo's experiment on the effects of gravity on objects of different masses using a bowling ball and a marble. Before beginning, Double D states the assumption that, when dropped in unison, the heavier object will accelerate first. Then, he clarifies and states that objects dropped at the same time, regardless of weight, will hit the floor at the same time.