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• Significant Figures

• Significant Figures: Example A

• Significant Figures: Example B

• Using Standard Form

• Standard Form: Example A

• Standard Form: Explained

• Standard Form and Sig Fig

• Equations in Physics

• Re-Arranging Equations

• Re-Arranging Equations: Example A

• Re-Arranging Equations: Example B

• Mathematical Symbols

• Greek Letters

• Linear Graphs and Calculating Gradients

• Tangents to a Curve

• Tangents: Example A

• Calculating Means

• Calculating Means: Example A

• Calculating Means: Example B

• Modes and Medians

• Modes and Median: Example A

• Scale Drawing

• Scale Drawing: Example A

• Pythagoras

• Pythagoras: Example A

• Pythagoras: Example B

• Trigonometry

• Trigonometry: Example A

• Trigonometry: Example B

• Parallelogram Rule

• Parallelogram Rule: Example

• Equipment You Need for Physics

• Using a Protractor to Measure Angles

• Measuring Angles: Example

• Using a Set Square

• Quantities, Symbols and Units

• Base and Derived Units

• Prefixes

• Prefixes: Example A

• Prefixes: Example B

• Plotting Data

• Lines of Best Fit

• Anomalous Data on Graphs

• Drawing Graphs: Example A

• Drawing Graphs: Example B

• Standard Form

• Sin, Cos and Tan

• Decimals and Fractions

• Energy Stores

• More Energy Stores

• Types of Energy Transfer

• Dealing with Energy Stores and Transfers

• Energy Transfers for an Object Projected Upwards

• Energy Transfers for a Moving Object Hitting an Obstacle

• Energy Transfers for an Object Accelerated by A Constant Force

• Energy Transfers for a Vehicle Slowing Down

• Energy Transfers for a Kettle Heating Up Water

• Energy Transfers for a Balloon Bursting

• Conservation and Wasted Energy

• Efficiency

• Sankey Diagram

• Reducing Unwanted Energy Losses

• Kinetic Energy

• Kinetic Energy: Example A

• Kinetic Energy: Example B

• Gravitational Potential Energy

• Gravitational: Example A

• Gravitational: Example B

• Gravitational: Example C

• Elastic Potential Energy

• Elastic: Example A

• Elastic: Example B

• Specific Heat Capacity

• Specific Heat Capacity: Example A

• Specific Heat Capacity: Example B

• Power

• Power: Example A

• Power Example B

• Power of a Motor

• Convection

• Conduction

• Conduction Star Full Experiment

• Energy Efficient Buildings

• Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy Resources

• Generating Electricity in a Power Station

• Fossil Fuel Energy Resources

• Nuclear Energy Resources

• Renewable Energy Resources - Wind

• Renewable Energy Resources - Solar

• Renewable Energy Resources - Geothermal

• Renewable Energy Resources - Tidal, Waves and Hydro-Electric

• Circuit Symbols

• The Rope Loop Model

• Electric Charge and Current

• Conventional Current

• Charge and Current: Example A

• Charge and Current: Example B

• Potential Difference and Resistance

• V = IR Explained

• Voltage and Resistance: Example A

• Voltage and Resistance: Example B

• The Resistor

• Resistor: Example

• The Filament Lamp

• Lamp: Example A

• Lamp: Example B

• The Diode

• The LDR

• LDR: Example

• The Thermistor

• Thermistor: Example

• LDRs And Thermistors in Circuits

• Current and Voltage in Series Circuits

• Current and Voltage in Parallel Circuits

• Resistance of Resistor Combinations

• Calculating Resistance in Parallel

• Calculating Resistance in Parallel: Example

• Circuits: Example A

• Circuits: Example B

• Circuits: Example C

• Circuits: Example D

• Circuits: Example E

• Building Circuits

• Density

• Density: Example A

• Density: Example B

• The Particle Model

• Specific Heat Capacity

• SHC Example A

• SHC Example B

• Building the Lego NZ Graph

• Parts of The Atom

• Representing Atoms

• Isotopes

• Representing Atoms: Example

• The Alpha Scattering Experiment

• Scalars and Vectors

• Representing Forces with Arrows

• Contact and Non-Contact Forces

• Weight

• Friction

• Normal Contact Force

• Identifying Forces: Example A

• Calculating Resultant Forces

• Calculating Resultant Forces: Example A

• Calculating Resultant Forces: Example B

• Distance and Displacement

• Distance: Example

• Speed

• Calculating Speeds of Real Objects

• Speed: Example A

• Speed: Example B

• Converting from Mph To m/s

• Velocity

• Velocity: Example A

• Velocity: Example B

• Acceleration

• Acceleration: Example A

• Acceleration: Example B

• Motion in A Circle

• Distance-Time Graphs

• Distance-Time Graphs: Example

• Measuring Speed from a Curved Distance-Time Graph

• Velocity-Time Graphs

• Velocity-Time Graphs: Example A

• Velocity-Time Graphs: Example B

• Vehicle Stopping Distances

• Reaction Time

• Wave Motion

• Transverse Waves

• Longitudinal Waves

• Wave Period

• Waves: Example A

• Waves: Example B

• Wave Speed Equation

• Wave Speed Equation: Example A

• Wave Speed Equation: Example B

• Measuring the Speed of Sound in Air

• Measuring the Speed of Water Waves

• Reflection

• Types of Reflection

• Reflection: Example

• Sound

• How the Ear Works

• Echo Sounding, Sonar

• Ultrasound Scanning

• Seismic Waves

• Colour Filters

• Reflection of Colour

• Colour: Example

• How Our Eyes Work

• Permanent Magnets and their Fields

• The Earth's Magnetic Field

• Doppler Effect

• Alternating Current and Domestic Mains Electricity

• Three Core Cable

• Plugs and Fuses

• Safety Devices - The Circuit Breaker

• Safety Devices - The RBBC

• Safety Devices - Earth Wires

• Electrical Power in Circuits

• Power: Example A

• Power: Example B

• Electrical Power in Circuits

• Power: Example C

• Energy Transfer in Circuits

• Energy Transfer in Circuits: Example

• Power of Domestic Appliances

• The National Grid and Transformers

• Static Electricity

• Electric Fields

• Electric Field Between Parallel Plates

• Uses of Static Electricity - Photocopiers Etc

• Solids, Liquids and Gases

• Changing State and Internal Energy

• Specific Latent Heat

• Specific Latent Heat: Example A

• Specific Latent Heat: Example B

• Heating and Cooling Curves

• Pressure and Temperature of a Gas

• Pressure and Volume of a Gas

• Pressure and Volume of a Gas: Example A

• Pressure and Volume of a Gas: Example B

• Temperature of a Compressed Gas

• Alpha, Beta and Gamma Radiation

• Beta Plus

• Activity and Count-Rate

• Alpha Decay Equations

• Alpha Decay: Example

• Beta Decay Equations

• Beta Decay: Example

• Gamma Decay Equations

• Half-life: Example A

• Half-life: Example B

• Uses of Radiation in Hospitals

• PET Scanners

• Nuclear Fission

• Fission Reactors

• Nuclear Fusion

• Drawing Free Body Diagrams

• Drawing Free Body Diagrams: Example

• Resolving Forces

• Vector Diagrams

• Resolving Forces: Example A

• Resolving Forces: Example B

• Work Done

• Work Done: Example A

• Work Done: Example B

• Elastic and Inelastic Deformation

• Stretching Springs - The Spring Constant

• Stretching Springs - The Energy Stored

• Springs: Example A

• Springs: Example B

• Moments

• Moments in Equilibrium

• Moments in Equilibrium: Example A

• Moments in Equilibrium: Example B

• Levers

• Gears

• Pressure of a Fluid

• Pressure at a Depth

• Pressure at a Depth: Example A

• Pressure at a Depth: Example B

• Upthrust, Floating and Sinking

• Upthrust: Example

• The Earth's Atmosphere

• v2-u2 = 2as

• v2-u2 = 2as: Example A

• v2-u2 = 2as: Example B

• Deriving v2-u2 = 2as

• Terminal Velocity

• Terminal Velocity Explained

• Terminal Velocity: Example

• Newton's First Law

• Newton's Second Law

• Using F=ma

• F=ma: Example A

• F=ma: Example B

• Inertia and Inertial Mass

• Newton's Third Law

• Newton's Third Law: Example

• Momentum

• Momentum: Example

• Conservation of Momentum

• Momentum Calculations

• Momentum Calculations: Example A

• Momentum Calculations: Example B

• Rate of Change of Momentum

• Safety Features and Momentum

• The Electromagnetic Spectrum

• Radio, Micro, IR And Visible

• UV, X-Rays, Gamma and Hazards

• Refraction

• Refraction Explained

• Refraction: Example

• Lenses

• How To Draw Ray Diagrams

• Ray Diagrams - Convex Lens

• Ray Diagrams - Convex Magnifying

• Convex: Example

• Ray Diagrams - Concave Lens

• Concave: Example

• Magnification

• Real and Virtual Images

• Images: Example

• Temperature and Infrared

• Temperature of The Earth

• The Magnetic Field Around a Wire

• Solenoids and their Magnetic Fields

• Electromagnet: Example

• The Motor Effect and Fleming's Left-Hand Rule

• Force on a Wire in A Magnetic Field

• Force on a Wire: Example

• How Electric Motors Work

• How Loudspeakers Work

• The Generator Effect

• Alternators and Dynamos

• Potential Difference Graphs

• PD Graph: Example

• How a Microphone Works

• Why Transformers Are Used

• How a Transformer Works

• The Transformer Equations

• Transformers: Example A

• Transformers: Example B

• Milky Way, Solar System, Planets and Moons

• Lifecycle of a Star Like Our Sun

• The Lifecycle of Massive Stars

• Fusion in Stars

• Circular Orbits

• Elliptical Orbits

• Red Shift and The Big Bang