Physics

Module 7: Nature of Light

Notes for Module 7 of HSC Physics

HSC Physics: Advanced Mechanics

Notes for Module 5 of HSC Physics

Module 5: Advanced Mechanics

Notes for Module 5 of HSC Physics

HSC Physics: Electromagnetism

Notes for Module 6 of HSC Physics

Module 6: Electromagnetism

Notes for Module 6 of HSC Physics

Module 1: Kinematics

Module 1 Summary for Physics Preliminary.

Module 3: Waves and Thermodynamics

Module 3 Summary for Physics Preliminary.

Physics: Waves - Topic Review

Table of Contents Wave Properties Mechanical Waves Measuring Mechanical Waves Definitions Medium: the material through which a wave travels Wave Properties Vibrating objects transfer energy through waves Waves are classified by what they move through There are two types: mechanical and electromagnetic Mechanical Waves Mechanical waves transfer energy through vibrations in a medium Examples include water, sound and wind A wave can be a single pulse, or continuous Waves only transfer energy from one point to another.

Physics Module 2: Dynamics

Force A force can be thought of as a push or a pull A force that acts by being directly in contact with an object is known as a contact force

Physics Module 2: Dynamics

Table of Contents Force Newton’s Laws of Motion First Law Second Law Third Law The Normal Force The Inclined Plane Friction Energy Work Quantifying Work Work and Friction Force without Work Work and Displacement at an Angle Force-Displacement Graphs Conversion and Transformation of Energy Work-Energy Theorem Kinetic Energy Formula Gravitational Potential Energy Elastic Potential Energy Mechanical Energy and Power Force A force can be thought of as a push or a pull
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