Heinemann Physics 11 Student Book with eBook, 4th Edition

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Heinemann Physics 11 Student Book with eBook, 4th Edition

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We’ve completely revised Heinemann Physics to be fully aligned with the 2016–2021 VCE Science Study Design. The content provides an exact match to the new study designs and the layout and design incorporates many features that assist student learning. The authors have updated the student books with the very latest developments and applications of physics, presented in an Australian context.


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  • Fully aligned with the 2016–2021 VCE Physics Study Design
  • Area of Study Reviews contain high quality exam-style questions
  • Chapter Reviews and Area of Study Reviews contain new and updated questions
  • New and updated SPARKlab activities
  • New and revised Physics in Action boxes that place knowledge in an applied situation or relevant context. They refer to the nature and practice of physics, applications of physics and the associated issues and the historical development of concepts and ideas
  • Addresses key science skills as part of the core competencies of the VCE Physics Study Design
  • Each Student Book comes with Reader+
  • Teaher Access to ProductLink on Pearson Places, with teacher support, curriculum grids, detailed answers, fully worked solutions and practice exams
Key features of Reader+
  • Available for use online and offline
  • Read the student book with bonus multimedia content.
  • Add, edit, and delete highlights and notes
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Target audience
Suitable for senior secondary VCE Physics students.
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Visit the Heinemann Physics website to download sample pages and request an inspection copy.
Table of contents

    UNIT 1: What ideas explain the physical world? 

  1. Heating processes
  2. Applying thermodynamic principles
  3. Electrical physics
  4. Practical electrical circuits
  5. The origins of everything
  6. Particles in the nucleus
  7. Energy from the atom

    UNIT 2: What do experiments reveal about the physical world?

  8. Scalars and vectors
  9. Linear motion
  10. Momentum and force
  11. Equilibrium of forces
  12. Energy, work and power
  13. Stars (eBook chapter only)
  14. Forces in the human body  (eBook chapter only)
  15. Energy from nuclear power  (eBook chapter only)
  16. Nuclear medicine  (eBook chapter only)
  17. Particle accelerators (eBook chapter only)
  18. Sport  (eBook chapter only)
  19. Practical investigation

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