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# Physics Tutorial Contents

## Click here for a tutorial on the topic Constants

## Click here for a tutorial on the topic Introduction

## Click here for a tutorial on the topic Units & conventions

## Click here for a tutorial on Motion in one dimension containing the following sections:

Instantaneous speed, Constant acceleration, Sign convention for one dimensional motion, Graphs of one-dimensional motion, Velocity to position conversion, Velocity to acceleration conversion

## Click here for a tutorial on Motion in two dimensions containing the following sections:

Operating with vectors, Vector components, Adding and subtracting vectors, Using component notation, Wind current effect problems, Relative velocities, Projectile motion in two dimensions - solving problems, Hunter & monkey problem, Free fall with air resistance, Spacial dimensions, Scalars and vectors, Prefixes, Significant figures, Addition, Scientific notation, Converting from scientific notation to normal form, Converting from normal form to scientific notation, Converting between different units, Derived units

## Click here for a tutorial on Newton's laws containing the following sections:

First law, Second law, Third law, What is mass?, What is inertia?, What is a force?, What is weight?, Simple acceleration problems, Ticker tape diagrams, Free - body diagrams, Friction, Static friction, Kinetic friction

## Click here for a tutorial on Momentum containing the following sections:

Impulse, Collisions, The law of momentum conservation, Newton's third law in collisions, What is an isolated system?

## Click here for a tutorial on Circular motion containing the following sections:

Centripetal acceleration, Useful expressions, G forces

## Click here for a tutorial on Energy and work containing the following sections:

Types of energy, Chemical energy, Kinetic energy, Potential energy, Thermal energy

## Click here for a tutorial on Variable forces & work containing the following sections:

Power, Potential energy

## Click here for a tutorial on Gravity containing the following sections:

Newton's law of gravity, Kepler's laws, What is an ellipse?, Astronomical units, Geosynchronous orbits, Gravitational potential energy, Conservation of energy, Escape speed, Gravitational fields, Solid spheres versus hollow spheres

## Click here for a tutorial on Oscillations and waves containing the following sections:

Simple harmonic motion, Circular motion and shm, Simple pendulums

## Click here for a tutorial on Waves containing the following sections:

Transverse wave reflection, Harmonic waves, Three-dimensional waves

## Click here for a tutorial on the topic The decibel system

## Click here for a tutorial on The doppler effect containing the following sections:

Wave superposition, Wave patterns from multiple sources, Standing waves, Nodes & antinodes, Understanding resonance

## Click here for a tutorial on Light containing the following sections:

The electromagnetic spectrum, Light as a wave, Light interaction with objects, Colour mixing, Spectra, Reflection and refraction, Total internal reflection, Polarization of light, The law of reflection, Types of reflection, Mirror reflection, Right angled mirrors, Concave mirrors, Steps for drawing ray diagrams, Mirror equations for image magnification and distance, Convex mirrors, Spherical abberation, Lenses, Converging lenses, Diverging lenses, Image formation, Lens equations for image distance and magnification

## Click here for a tutorial on Electricity containing the following sections:

Coulomb's law, Electric fields, Drawing electric fields, Electric flux, Gauss's law, Electric potential, Potential of a two charges, Capacitance, Dielectrics, Dielectric breakdown, Semi-conductors, N-type semiconductors, P-type semiconductors, Doping, Diodes, Converting a.c. to d.c

## Click here for a tutorial on Electric current containing the following sections:

Resistance, Wire resistance, Resistors, Internal battery resistance, Resistor combination rules, Resistors in series, Resistors in parallel, Kirchoff's rules, Rc circuits

## Click here for a tutorial on Magnetism and current containing the following sections:

Wires in magnetic fields, How a motor works, Role of the commutator, Solenoids, Generating current, Generators, Transformers