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Chapter 1: Basic Skills

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Chapter 1: Basic Skills   Welcome to the first chapter of easyphysics.net ! If you are new to studying physics, you will need to be familiar with some basic algebra. In this chapter, we will review important math techniques. Don't let ...

Resistor

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Resistor         Resistors limit current on a circuit. How can we read a resistor? It is very easy. On the resistor, there are several colors. Color used are black, brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, gray, and white.     ...

Chapter 2 Velocity

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Chapter 2 Velocity   We will begin our study of physics with a study of motion. Look around you, and you will find that almost everything is in motion: flying birds, running people, falling books, etc. We will analyze their motions and ...

Chapter 3. Acceleration

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... moves and for how long.   1. What is acceleration? 2. Average Acceleration and Instan-taneous Acceleration 3. More Velocity-time Graph 4. Displacement and Constant Accelera-tion 5. Acceleration Due to Gravity 6. Chapter 3 Quiz   Support ...

Chapter 4 - Forces

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... force. The acceleration is directly proportional to the net force and inversely proportional to the mass. It can be expressed in formula   F = ma where: F is the net force in N, m is the mass of an object in kg and a is its acceleration ...

Chapter 5: Motion in Two Dimensions

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Chapter 5: Motion in Two Dimensions   We have analyzed the motion in one dimension so far, such as the movement of a car in a straight line. We will start to analyze the motion in two dimensions in this chapter. There is nothing difficult ...

Chapter 6 Projectile and Periodic Motion

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... . m/s = 1670 km/h. To calculate acceleration, use the formula . m/s 2 . You can see that we don't accelerate much (which is obvious).           QUESTION : A ball with a mass of 250 g has a centripetal acceleration of 5 m/s 2 . ...

Chapter 7 What Can You Learn From a Ball?

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... how the ball will fall: The following table shows how to calculate position, velocity, and acceleration of the ball at a given time t.   Displacement Velocity Acceleration x-direction d = 0 v = 0 a = 0 y-direction v = at a = -9.8     ...

Chapter 8 Waves

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Chapter 8 Waves     Types of Waves Measuring Waves Moving from one medium to another Collision of waves Reflection, Refraction and Diffraction Chapter Quiz   Support easyphy-sics.net by visiting our advertisers' websites.     Section ...

Chapter 9 Sound & Light

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Chapter 9 Sound & Light     Sound Waves Measuring Sound Waves Interference of waves Doppler Effect Chapter Quiz   Support easyphysics.net by visiting our advertisers' websites.     Section 1. Sound waves   Sound waves are ...

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