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Tejpal

Newton`s Laws of Motion

What are Newton s Laws of Motion?Law 1: An object at rest remains at rest, and an object in motion remains in motion at constant speed and in a straight line unless acted on by an u...
Thomas

The Power Struggle of Energy Storages

The Power Struggle of Energy StoragesElectrical energy storages are the hidden heroes of today`s society. Ever present, ever useful but only noticed at particular moments such as when...
Aaron

How physicists are helping fight drug trafficking

How physicists are helping fight drug traffickingMore than 18 tonnes of heroin and 25 tonnes of cocaine CITATION Nat l 2057 [1], are imported into the UK every year, which has a d...
Maryam

3 things you need to do to study physics

Unlike Biology and Chemistry, there isn`t a lot of memorisation needed for Physics. You can`t get by with just writing out summary cards and reading the revision guide. You have to be...
Muhammad

Newton`s First law of motion

Statement:This law states that any object that is at rest or moving with uniform velocity (smoothly or without abrupt motion) will retain it`s state(rest or movement) until an externa...
Sam

An Introduction to Electromagnetism

ElectromagnetismBefore the 1850s, electricity and magnetism were considered unrelated. James Clerk Maxwell proved them to be linked in the single phenomenon of electromagnetism. Maxwe...
Steven

Finishing exams in time.

How to finish exams in the time allowed!Created by Steven the tutor.A) LONG BEFORE THE EXAM:1. Do you write slowly? Does your hand ache? If yes, then you must practice writing so yo...
Sean

Elastic and Non-Elastic collisions in A`Level Physics

Elastic Collisions.A collision is described as elastic if the Kinetic Energy (KE) is conserved.ie. KE before the collision = KE after the collision Inelastic Collisions.A collision is...
Kemi

Solving Resultant Force GCSE Questions

The mass of a car is 1120 kg. The mass of the driver is 80 kg.Calculate the resultant force acting on the car and driver while accelerating.The best way to tackle these kinds of quest...
Kemi

Solving Resultant Force GCSE Questions

The mass of a car is 1120 kg. The mass of the driver is 80 kg.Calculate the resultant force acting on the car and driver while accelerating.__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _...
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