PHYSICS UNIT 11
REVIEW
MECHANICS
Physical phenomena may be grouped into four categories: mechanics, wave motion, electricity
and magnetism, and atomic and nuclear physics.
Mechanics is the study of motion, force, momentum, work, power, and energy. Wave mo
PHYSICS UNIT 4
INTRODUCTION TO WAVES
CHARACTERISTICS OF WAVES
A wave is a disturbance in a medium that transfers energy from one place to another without
transferring matter. Nonrepetitive waves are called pulses, or nonrecurrent waves; whereas other
wave
PHYSICS UNIT 9
MAGNETISM
FIELDS AND FORCES
The last unit dealt with the nature of electric current and was the second unit on electrophysics-the relation of the electrical nature of matter to physical systems. This unit will deal with the
force laws for n
PHYSICS UNIT 1
KINEMATICS
INTRODUCTION TO THE LANGUAGE
OF PHYSICS
You are about to begin a study of physics, the fundamental science of the natural world. We will
start with kinematics, which is a branch of mechanics dealing with the mathematical methods
SICS UNIT 10
ATOMIC AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS
QUANTUM THEORY
You are about to begin the study of modern physics, the physics of very small objects. You will
learn more about how atoms and their subparts interact. The laws of physics that you have
already learne
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Always use significant figure rules. Remember that these rules apply to all numbers that
are measurements.
In working these problems, assume the value of "g" to be 9.8 m/s2 with two (2)
significant digits unless otherwise stated.
Assume the speed of
QUIZ 3: MECHANICS TO CIRCUITS
Always use significant figure rules. Remember that these rules apply to all numbers that
are measurements.
In working these problems, assume the value of "g" to be 9.8 m/s2 with two (2)
significant digits unless otherwise sta
QUIZ 1: MECHANICS TO ENERGY
Always use significant figure rules. Remember that these rules apply to all numbers that
are measurements.
In working these problems, assume the value of "g" to be 9.8 m/s2 with two (2)
significant digits unless otherwise state
QUIZ 2: MECHANICS TO LIGHT AND
SOUND
Always use significant figure rules. Remember that these rules apply to all numbers that
are measurements.
In working these problems, assume the value of "g" to be 9.8 m/s2 with two (2)
significant digits unless otherw
QUIZ 4: MODERN PHYSICS
Always use significant figure rules. Remember that these rules apply to all numbers that
are measurements.
In working these problems, assume the value of "g" to be 9.8 m/s2 with two (2)
significant digits unless otherwise stated.
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PHYSICS UNIT 2
DYNAMICS
NEWTON'S FIRST AND SECOND LAWS
Having a foundation of kinematics in physics, you will begin a study of dynamics (from the
Greek word dunamis, meaning power). In dynamics, we will observe and discuss the causes of
motion; what is ac
PHYSICS UNIT 3
WORK AND ENERGY
WORK, KINETIC, AND POTENTIAL ENERGY
You have mastered the areas in physics known as kinematics and dynamics. Now you will add to that foundation another
concept, energy. These three areas of physics form the backbone of all
PHYSICS UNIT 7
STATIC ELECTRICITY
ELECTRIC CHARGES
So far, you have studied topics in physics dealing with kinematics, dynamics, waves, and light.
This unit is the first to deal with electrophysics, which is the relation of the electrical nature of
matter
PHYSICS UNIT 3
WORK AND ENERGY
CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
Now that you know the definition of energy and can identify its forms, you will learn a basic law
of energy, determine how work (or energy) can be rated as a function of time, and learn a means
of dete
Physics Unit 6: Semester Review and Exam
Review
The purpose of this review is to acquaint you with the major concepts that appear on the first
semester exam for the Physics course. This review does not attempt to cover all the topics you'll
be tested on,
PHYSICS UNIT 5
LIGHT
SPEED OF LIGHT: HISTORICAL
CALCULATIONS
Light is not only a means by which to see, but it is also a phenomenon to experience. In this unit,
you will study some of the characteristics and properties of light, its phenomena, and its beh
PHYSICS UNIT 8
ELECTRIC CURRENTS
SOURCES OF EMF
Unit 7 dealt with the nature of static electricity and was the first unit in electrophysics, exploring
the relation of the electrical nature of matter to physical systems. This unit will deal with the
laws o
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QUIZ 2: QUANTUM THEORY TO
NUCLEAR THEORY
Always use significant figure rules. Remember that these rules apply to all numbers that
are measurements.
Assume these additional values for constants:
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