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Chapter 1: Introduction to Physics

1.2.1 Base Quantities
1.2.2 Derived Quantities
1.2.3 Prefixes
1.2.4 Scientific Notation

1.3 Scalar and Vector Quantities

1.4.0 Measurements and Error
1.4.1 Consistency, Accuracy and Sensitivity
1.4.2 Vernier Caliper
1.4.3 Micrometer Screw Gauge
1.4.4 Ruler, Thermometer, Stopwatch, Ammeter and Voltmeter

1.5 Scientific Investigation

Chapter 2: Force and motion
2.1.1 Distance and Displacement
2.1.2 Speed and Velocity
2.1.3 Acceleration

2.2.1 Analysing Ticker Tape
2.2.2 Finding Velocity from Ticker Tape
2.2.3 Finding Acceleration from Ticker Tape

2.3.1 Displacement-Time Graph
2.3.2 Velocity-Time Graph
2.3.3 Graph of Free Falling Object

2.4.1 Mass and Inertia

2.5.1 Momentum
2.5.2 Principle of Conservation of momentum
2.5.3 Elastic and Inelastic Collision
2.5.4 Application of Momentum

2.6.1 Effects of Force

2.7.1 Impulse
2.7.2 Impulsive Force

2.8.1 Safety Features in Vehicles

2.9.1 Gravity
2.9.2 Free Falling
2.9.3 Lift
2.9.4 Pulley

2.10.1 Vector Quantities
2.10.2 Vector Addition
2.10.3 Vector Resolution
2.10.4 Forces in Equilibrium

2.11.1 Work
2.11.2 Potential Energy
2.11.3 Kinetic Energy
2.11.4 Relationship between Energy and Work Done

2.12.1 Power
2.12.2 Efficiency

2.13.1 Elasticity
2.13.2 Hooke's Law
2.13.3 Spring

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03 Force and Pressure

  1. Understanding Pressure
    1. Numerical Problems  (Download questions (pdf))
    2. Applications of High Pressure
    3. Applications of Low Pressure
  2. Pressure in Liquid
    1. Numerical Problems (Download questions (pdf))
    2. Pressure in Liquid - The U-Tube (Download questions(pdf))
    3. Characteristics of Liquid Pressure
    4. Applications of Pressure in Liquid
  3. Gas Pressure
    1. Atmospheric Pressure
    2. Proof of Existence of Atmospheric Pressure
      • Applications of Atmospheric Pressure
      • Instruments to Measure Atmospheric Pressure
        1. Simple Mercury Barometer (Download question (pdf))
        2. Fortin Barometer
        3. Aneroid Barometer
      • Instruments Used to Measure Gas Pressure
        1. Bourdon Gauge
        2. Manometer  (Download questions)
      • Gas Trapped in a Capillary Tube  (Download questions (pdf))
    3. Pascal's Principle
      1. Numerical Problems (Download questions (pdf))
      2. Applications of Pascal's Priciple
      3. Structure Question (Download questions (pdf))
    4. Archimedes' Principle
      1. Numerical Problems (Download questions (pdf))
      2. Principle of Floatation
      3. Buoyant Force and Weight of Object
      4. Forces Acted on Objects Immersed in Liquid
      5. Applications of Archimedes' Principle
      6. Structure Question (Download questions (pdf))
    5. Bernoulli's Principle
      1. Experiments Related to Bernoulli’s Principle
      2. Applications of Bernoulli's Principle
      3. Structure Question 1 (Download questions (pdf))



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