Electric Circuits

Inquiry question: How do the processes of the transfer and the transformation of energy occur in electric circuits? investigate the flow of electric current in metals and apply models to represent current, including: 𝐼 = π‘ž/𝑑 investigate quantitatively the current–voltage relationships in ohmic and non-ohmic resistors to explore the usefulness and limitations of Ohm’s LawContinue reading “Electric Circuits”


IQ: How do magnetized and magnetic objects interact? Investigate and describe qualitatively the force produced between magnetised and magnetic materials in the context of ferromagnetic materials Use magnetic field lines to model qualitatively the direction and strength of magnetic fields produced by magnets, current-carrying wires and solenoids and relate these fields to their effect onContinue reading “Magnetism”


Questions. Question 1. a) What is the probability of tossing two consecutive heads on a two sided unbiased coin b) What is the probability of tossing two heads and a tail in no particular order c) What is the probability of tossing two heads and a tail in that particular order d) What is theContinue reading “Probability”

Differential Equations

Applications of Calculus, in particular, differential equations. Differential equations Differential equations differ from normal equations in that the solution is a function, or a set of functions. For example a differential equation is y” + 2y’ – 3y = 0 (example 1) Whereas, an example of a normal equation is x2 – 1 = 0Continue reading “Differential Equations”

How Charged Objects Interact

IQ: How do charged objects interact with other charged objects and with neutralobjects? Electrostatic force Process of how objects become electrically charged Interactions between charged particles Electric field lines simple point charges pairs of charges dipoles parallel charged plates 𝐹 = π‘žπΈ and 𝐸 =𝑉𝑑 and 𝐹 =(1/4πœ‹πœ€)*(π‘ž1π‘ž2/π‘Ÿ^2) Learn. Master. Question 1. Diagrammatically, compare andContinue reading “How Charged Objects Interact”

Preliminary Physics Quiz 1

Multiple Choice Section Question 1. Question 2. Question 3. Question 4. Question 5. Question to think about: What would happen if a building or bridge was resonated at its resonant frequency Answers. c) An object striking another object and they stick together. Momentum before = momentum after a) Momentum before = momentum after a) 20-2*15cos(30)=Continue reading “Preliminary Physics Quiz 1”


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