Physics: Dynamics(Forces) + Mass, Weight & Density
- 2.5 hours on-demand video
- 6 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Solve problems involving calculation of resultant forces.
- Solve problems involving frictional force and normal force.
- Solve Problems involving Vector Components
- Solve Problems involving Archimedes Principle
- Be fully prepared for tests on Dynamics (Forces) and Weight, Mass & Density
- Students should have taken at least one year of Algebra.
- Students should have covered the topic of Kinematics before doing Dynamics.
This course covers the Topic of Dynamics, and the Topic of Weight, Mass and Density.
This course is for students in Secondary School taking Physics. There are notes and worksheets to print out and the solutions to all the questions are explained in the videos.
Master Dynamics (Forces) through Problem Solving
Many students are concerned that they can understand the concepts, but when it comes to answering the questions, they do not know how to apply the concepts to the questions. This course is designed to be interactive, with lots and lots of problem solving, so you will get,
- Explanation of the important concepts
- Guidance through the problem solving strategies for different kinds of questions
- Help with using the right words and phrases in written explanations
- Strategies for solving the difficult questions from the topic
- Newton's Laws
- Resultant Forces
- Frictional Forces
- Normal Forces
- Weight, Mass and Density
- Example Problems
- Two worksheets on Dynamics with solutions explained
- Two worksheets on Weight, Mass and Density with solutions explained
- Advanced section on Vector Components
- Advanced section on Archimedes Principle
- Practice questions for Vector Components and Archimedes Principle
- A conclusion relating the topic to the real world and summarizing important skills you should take away from the course.
- This course is for Students in the Upper Secondary School.