CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL PHYSICS WORKBOOK WITH CD
|CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL PHYSICS WORKBOOK WITH CD|
|Publisher:||CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS|
|Category:||SCHOOL TEXTBOOK | SCHOOL PHYSICS|
|Number Of Pages:||340|
|Number Of Volumes||0|
Fully revised and updated content matching the Cambridge International Examinations (9702) syllabus for first examination in 2016. The Cambridge International AS and A Level Physics Workbook with CD-ROM supports students to hone the essential skills of handling data, evaluating information and problem solving through a varied selection of relevant and engaging exercises and exam-style questions. The Workbook is endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations for Learner Support. Student-focused scaffolding is provided at relevant points and gradually reduced as the Workbook progresses, to promote confident, independent learning. Designed to help students to hone the essential skills of handling data, evaluating information and problem solving through a varied selection of relevant and engaging exercises and exam-style questions. Answers to all exercises and exam-style questions are provided on the CD-ROM for students to use to monitor their own understanding and track their progress through the course. Contents How to use this book; Introduction; 1. Kinematics ? describing motion; 2. Accelerated motion; 3. Dynamics ? explaining motion; 4. Forces ? vectors and moments; 5. Work, energy and power; 6. Momentum; 7. Matter and materials; 8. Electric fields; 9. Electric current, potential difference and resistance; 10. Kirchhoff?s laws; 11. Resistance and resistivity; 12. Practical circuits; 13. Waves; 14. Superposition of waves; 15. Stationary waves; 16. Radioactivity; 17. Circular motion; 18. Gravitational fields; 19. Oscillations; 20. Communications systems; 21. Thermal physics; 22. Ideal gases; 23. Coulomb?s law; 24. Capacitance; 25. Electronics; 26. Magnetic fields and electromagnetism; 27. Charged particles; 28. Electromagnetic induction; 29. Alternating currents; 30. Quantum physics; 31. Nuclear physics; 32. Medical imaging; P1. Practical skills at AS level; P2. Practical skills at A Level; CDROM. Answers Author: David Sang, Graham Jones David Sang taught Science (mostly Physics) for 13 years in a number of institutions. He gradually moved into writing through projects run by the Nuffield Foundation, the Association for Science Education and the Institute of Physics. In the last 20 years David has contributed to over 100 textbooks and guides for teachers, including Checkpoint Science, IGCSE Physics, O level Physics and International AS and A level Physics. Graham Jones is an author of leading physics textbooks with examining experience. He has recently retired from teaching as Head of Science and Head of Physics at an independent school in the UK.