Topics explored include mathematical skills for science, physical quantities and units, scientific method, scalars and vectors as well as vectors in two dimensions.

Topics explored include reference frames, speed, velocity, acceleration, instantaneous velocity, description of motion, equations of motion, and vertical projectile motion.

Topics explored include forces, types of forces Newton's first, second and third laws of motion, Newton's law of universal gravitation as well as forces between masses.

Topics explored include mechanical, potential and kinetic energy, conservation of mechanical energy, work, work-energy theorem, conservation of energy and power.

Topics explored include momentum, a revisitation of Newton's second law in terms of momentum, conservation of momentum, elastic and inelastic collisions and impulse.

Topics explored include pulses, superposition of pulses, transverse and longitudinal waves, crests, troughs, amplitude, wavelength, period, frequency and wave speeds.

Topics explored include the two kinds of charge, principle of conservation of charge, conductors and insulators, quantization of charge, Coulomb's law and electric fields.

Topics explored include magnetic fields, permanent magnets, the compass, electromagnetism, Faraday's law, electrical generators, motors and alternating current.

Topics explored include wave-like nature of em radiation, electromagnetic spectrum, particle-like nature of em radiation, wavefronts, diffraction and Doppler effect.

Topics explored include light rays, properties of light, speed of light, refraction, Snell's law, total internal reflection, photoelectric effect, emission and absorption spectra.

Recommended For First And Second Year University Students

Topics explored include the nature of science and physics, physical quantities, time, velocity, speed and acceleration, one-dimensional and two-dimensional kinematics.

Topics explored include kinematics in two dimensions, graphical and analytical methods of vector addition and subtraction, projectile motion, addition of velocities.

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