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Lecture : Reference Frames and Relative Speed
By Derek Owens | Physics - 10th grade
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1 : Physical Science II   (Derek Owens / Derek Owens)
2 : Physical Science I   (Derek Owens / Derek Owens)
3 : Biology   (Multiple Instructors / Brightstorm)
4 : Biology - High School   (Salman Khan / Khan Academy)
5 : Chemistry   (Multiple Instructors / Brightstorm)
6 : Chemistry - Junior and Senior Year   (Rob / ChemGuy)