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CONTENT PAGE

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SECTION I: MEASUREMENT 3
1 Measurement 4
SECTION II: NEWTONIAN MECHANICS 9
2 Kinematics 10
3 Dynamics 11
4 Forces 14
5 Work, Energy and Power 16
6 Motion in a Circle 18
7 Gravitational Field 19
8 Oscillations 23
SECTION III: THERMAL PHYSICS…

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SECTION I
MEASUREMENT




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Chapter 1: Measurement
- SI Units
- Errors and Uncertainties
- Scalars and Vectors
a. Recall the following base quantities and their units; mass (kg), length (m), time (s), current (A),
temperature (K), amount of substance (mol).

SI Units
Base Quantities
Name Symbol
Length metre m
Mass kilogram kg
Time…

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c. Show an understanding of and use the conventions for labelling graph axes and table columns as
set out in the ASE publication SI Units, Signs, Symbols and Systematics (The ASE Companion to 5-
16 Science, 1995).

Self-explanatory

d. Use the following prefixes and their symbols to indicate decimal sub-multiples…

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D The volume of air in a Estimating the width of a tyre, t, is
3
car tyre is 0.03 m . 15 cm or 0.15 m, and estimating R
to be 40 cm and r to be 30 cm,
R
volume of air in a car tyre is
2…

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For eg, suppose g has been initially calculated to be 9.80645 m s & g has been initially calculated to be
-2

0.04848 m s . The final value of g must be recorded as 0.05 m s {1 sf }, and the appropriate recording of
-2 -2

g is…

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a b
Using sine rule, sin A = sin B
R = 3.2 N ( 3.2 cm)
at = 112 to the 4 N vector.
0
6 3.23
= sin 30°
sin
= 68° or 112°
= 112° to the 4 N vector
Summing Vector Components
0
Fx = -…

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SECTION II
NEWTONIAN MECHANICS




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Chapter 2: Kinematics
- Rectilinear Motion
- Non-linear Motion
a. Define displacement, speed, velocity and acceleration.

Distance: Total length covered irrespective of the direction of motion.

Displacement: Distance moved in a certain direction

Speed: Distance travelled per unit time.

Velocity: is defined as the rate of change of displacement, or,…

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fall.


B WITH AIR RESISTANCE
Highest point
v
Terminal velocity

Moving up
gradient =
9.81
Moving down
t





If air resistance is NOT negligible and if it is projected upwards with the same initial velocity, as the body
moves upwards, both air resistance and weight act downwards. Thus its speed…

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