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Chapter 1: Basic Skills www.easyphysics.net/ch1/ch1.htm 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 www.easyphysics.net/ch13/resistor.htm 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 www.easyphysics.net/ch2/ch2.htm 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 www.easyphysics.net/ch3/ch3.htm ... moves and for how long. 1. What is acceleration? 2. Average Acceleration and Instantaneous Acceleration 3. More Velocitytime Graph 4. Displacement and Constant Acceleration 5. Acceleration Due to Gravity 6. Chapter 3 Quiz Support ...
Chapter 4  Forces www.easyphysics.net/ch4/ch4.htm ... 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 www.easyphysics.net/ch5/ch5.htm 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 www.easyphysics.net/ch6/ch6.htm ... . 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? www.easyphysics.net/ch7/ch7.htm ... 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 xdirection d = 0 v = 0 a = 0 ydirection v = at a = 9.8 ...
Chapter 8 Waves www.easyphysics.net/ch8/ch8.htm Chapter 8 Waves Types of Waves Measuring Waves Moving from one medium to another Collision of waves Reflection, Refraction and Diffraction Chapter Quiz Support easyphysics.net by visiting our advertisers' websites. Section ...
Chapter 9 Sound & Light www.easyphysics.net/ch9/ch9.htm 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 ...

