a a Thermal physics provided the transition from macroscopic physics to microscopic physics, and electricity is all about electrons, so why are we backtracking now to talk about bouncing springs and wiggling strings? It’s because waves are going to be essential, ultimately, to our understanding of the inner workings of the atom. Bohr’s earliest [....]

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a There are only four fundamental forces in physics, and in high school physics we will learn about three of them. These forces are called “fundamental” because we don’t have a deeper explanation for why they exist. The four are Gravitational Force Electric Force Strong nuclear force Weak nuclear force (we won’t learn about this [....]

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a A force is just a push or a pull There are lots of ways to push or pull: Gravity pulls objects down toward the ground. We call that force the weight of the object. A string or rope can pull on an object. Springs can do that, too. That’s tension. One [....]

a Free-fall: a special case of uniformly accelerated motion a When you drop a hammer, it falls to the ground. While it is falling, the only force acting on it is gravity. (There’s also a little bit of air resistance, but for a hammer moving at relatively low speeds, we can ignore that). We call [....]

Yes we know. Fascinating and intriguing may not be the first descriptors that come to mind at the very mention of this topic. In fact, and also very unfortunately, it has been a sufferer of chronic neglect by generations and generations of students (and even teachers) 🙁 Mundane as it may seem, we cannot discredit this topic [....]

Defining Velocity Velocity is the rate of change of position. If you go in a straight line from A to B, your velocity is just the distance between A and B divided by the time it took to go from A to B. e.g. If the straight-line distance is 100 m, and it takes 20 [....]

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