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  • Physics Factsheet: 180. Moments

    Physics Factsheet: 180. Moments

    In this Factsheet we are going to confine ourselves to the momentscaused by a turning force or torque....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 181. Key Preparation for A Level Physics

    Physics Factsheet: 181. Key Preparation for A Level Physics

    You may have done Physics for GCSE or Science + Additional.There are a few topics which are included on some of the PhysicsSyllabuses which are not covered by Science + Additional, so it isuseful to c...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 182. Use of Trig Functions in Physics

    Physics Factsheet: 182. Use of Trig Functions in Physics

    Trigonometry is a branch of mathematics that is very useful inPhysics. It is used in statics, dynamics, oscillations and waves,circular motion, alternating current, etc. Trigonometry allows us tocalcu...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 183. Probability in Physics

    Physics Factsheet: 183. Probability in Physics

    At the beginning of the twentieth century physicists believed thatby defining exactly the conditions under which an experiment tookplace, one could be sure of the results. If one was accurate andpreci...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 184. Experiments With Sound Waves

    Physics Factsheet: 184. Experiments With Sound Waves

    In exams and coursework you can be asked to explain many differentexperiments. Many students find it difficult to fully explain a methodor process to someone who has not done the experiment themselves...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 185. Rotational Mechanics

    Physics Factsheet: 185. Rotational Mechanics

    In this factsheet we shall confine ourselves to the rotational motionof the object about its axis....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 186. Momentum, collisions and explosions

    Physics Factsheet: 186. Momentum, collisions and explosions

    There are very few different types of question that you can beasked about momentum, they are just given in different contexts. Ifyou become familiar with the basic styles of question you shouldbe able...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 187. Misconceptions

    Physics Factsheet: 187. Misconceptions

    In everyday language, words are sometimes used with fairly loosemeanings, but in physics this approach would lead tomisunderstandings, so it is important that words are used preciselyand ideas are cle...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 188. Heat Engines

    Physics Factsheet: 188. Heat Engines

    Let’s start with engines generally. Most sorts of ‘engine’ use heatas a means of producing motion, like a steam-engine or acombustion-engine .In a steam-engine, heat energy is suppli...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 189. Essential Mathematical Techniques  solving algebraic equations

    Physics Factsheet: 189. Essential Mathematical Techniques solving algebraic equations

    There is nothing more annoying for a student battling with acomplicated mathematical question than seeing a teacher solve itfirst time. Remember - they have done the same types of questionshundreds of...

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