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Pearson Physics 11 New South Wales eBook

Amber Dommel
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Pearson Physics 11 New South Wales eBook

By Amber Dommel, Norbert Dommel, Mark Hamilton, Kristen Hebden, David Madden ...show more
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Amber Dommel
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Edition
1st
ISBN
9781488663475
Published Date
09/11/2018

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Table of contents
  • CHAPTER 1 WORKING SCIENTIFICALLY
  • 1.1 Questioning and predicting
  • 1.2 Planning investigations
  • 1.3 Conducting investigations
  • 1.4 Processing data and information
  • 1.5 Analysing data and information
  • 1.6 Problem solving
  • 1.7 Communicating
  • CHAPTER 2 MOTION IN A STRAIGHT LINE
  • 2.1 Scalars and Vectors
  • 2.2 Displacement, speed and velocity
  • 2.3 Acceleration
  • 2.4 Graphing position, velocity and acceleration over time
  • 2.5 Equations of motion
  • 2.6 Vertical motion
  • CHAPTER 3 MOTION ON A PLANE
  • 3.1 Vectors in two dimensions
  • 3.2 Vector components
  • 3.3 Relative motion
  • CHAPTER 4 FORCES
  • 4.1 Newton’s first law
  • 4.2 Newton’s second law
  • 4.3 Newton’s third law
  • CHAPTER 5 FORCES, ACCELERATION AND ENERGY
  • 5.1 Motion and friction
  • 5.2 Work
  • 5.3 Energy changes
  • 5.4 Mechanical energy and power
  • CHAPTER 6 MOMENTUM, ENERGY AND SIMPLE SYSTEMS
  • 6.1 Conservation of momentum
  • 6.2 Momentum transfer
  • 6.3 Momentum and net force
  • CHAPTER 7 WAVE PROPERTIES
  • 7.1 Mechanical waves
  • 7.2 The wave equation
  • CHAPTER 8 WAVE BEHAVIOUR
  • 8.1 Wave interactions
  • 8.2 Resonance
  • CHAPTER 9 SOUND WAVES
  • 9.1 Sound as a wave
  • 9.2 Sound phenomena
  • 9.3 Standing waves
  • CHAPTER 10 RAY MODEL OF LIGHT
  • 10.1 Light as a ray
  • 10.2 Refraction
  • 10.3 Curved mirrors and lenses
  • CHAPTER 11 THERMODYNAMICS
  • 11.1 Heat and temperature
  • 11.2 Specific heat capacity
  • 11.3 Latent heat
  • 11.4 Conduction
  • 11.5 Convection
  • 11.6 Radiation
  • CHAPTER 12 ELECTROSTATICS
  • 12.1 Electric charge
  • 12.2 Electric fields
  • 12.3 Coulomb’s law
  • CHAPTER 13 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
  • 13.1 Electric current and circuits
  • 13.2 Energy in electric circuits
  • 13.3 Resistance
  • 13.4 Series and parallel circuits
  • CHAPTER 14 MAGNETISM
  • 14.1 What is magnetism?
  • 14.2 Magnetic fields
  • 14.3 Magnetic field strength

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