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Making Use of Physics for GCSE

  • Authors
  • R.┬áKibble
Textbook

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. R. Kibble
    Pages 1-3
  3. R. Kibble
    Pages 5-15
  4. R. Kibble
    Pages 17-28
  5. R. Kibble
    Pages 29-38
  6. R. Kibble
    Pages 39-50
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    Pages 51-60
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    Pages 61-70
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    Pages 71-79
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    Pages 81-91
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    Pages 93-102
  12. R. Kibble
    Pages 103-114
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    Pages 115-124
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    Pages 125-133
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    Pages 135-140
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    Pages 141-152
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    Pages 153-162
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    Pages 163-171
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    Pages 173-178
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    Pages 179-186
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    Pages 187-196
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    Pages 197-204
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  25. R. Kibble
    Pages 221-230
  26. Back Matter
    Pages 231-238

About this book

Introduction

Here is a book for anyone studying physics for the first time. Included among the 23 units are sections on assessments and examination technique, practical skills, mathematical support and student investigations. A summary and progress questions are included at the end of each unit and there is a separate unit devoted to practice assessment questions. Readers will be introduced to the philosophy of science as well as the implications and applications of modern physics in everyday life. For the mature student, perhaps studying GCSE physics in a sixth form, a college or evening class, this book provides much valued support.

Keywords

assessment energy Everyday Life General Certificate of Secondary Education (GSCE) mathematics philosophy science work

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