Abstract
Not all of the students can afford buying a Physics book to use as their reference material while studying physics, and because we think that I.T can be about Physics in some ways, our group decided to create and design a website that contains stuffs about College Physics which is composed of the following: * History of Physics

* Branches of Physics (Branches of Classical Physics and Modern Physics) * Significance of Physics.
* Tribute to the greatest Physicians and their contributions to advancement of Physics * Deeper explanation and recapitulation on Scientific Method, Significant Digits, Scientific Notation and the four types of variable relationship * Measurement

* Conversion Table
* Definition and examples of Scalar Quantity including the steps to solve it. * Definition and examples Vector Quantity including the steps to solve it. * All about Motion
* Random trivia about Sciences (Social, Natural, and Applied) * Quizzes, exercises, and activities ON EACH of the lessons to test if the students had absorbed and understand the lessons clearly *Further lessons would be added after the group provide a Physics book that would be the reference of this website if the investigatory project would be approved.

The lessons mentioned above would come from a book that we will provide if the project will be approved. We honestly state that the contents of the lessons that would be put on the website can be found somehow on other reference material but the thing that would make our work unique and original is, we would put our own assessment about a certain lesson and add some personal understanding about the topic to spice it up. We aim to make students more interested in Physics, encourage them to like it, and finally diminish their misconception that Physics is a hard subject by making it entertaining to study at the web. This investigatory project will surely satisfy the needs of thrifty students and lessen their...

...such an object, it is necessary to apply a force against its motion for a given period of time. The more momentum the object has, the harder it is to be stopped. Thus, it would require a greater amount of force or a longer amount of time or both to bring such an object to a halt. Force acting for a given amount of time will change an object's momentum. As the force acts upon the object for a given amount of time, the object's velocity is...

...The History of Physics
By Alec Berninger
This article is going to tell you about the history and all the achievements that the subject
Physics have gave us. some of the examples i have are Albert Einstein’s Relativity of Theory,
Newtons Three Laws or even the Facts about Motion and Space. this article will keep you
intrigued and wanting for more. Take a time travel journey with me as we step into this article
together.
...

...HYSICS
Whilst the concepts covered at AS Physics are very similar to those you have already studied at GCSE, the course takes a different approach; in particular, the demand on your mathematical skills will be higher than at GCSE where you were often asked to apply ideas qualitatively rather than using calculations.
It is important that you have a strong foundation in your subject knowledge to be able to apply fundamental principles to new situations and also that you are...

...Investigating Archimedes Principle
Aim:
To determine the mass and volume and thus the density of an unknown metal/alloy.
Equipment:
1x Electronic measuring balance
1x Vernier Callipers
1x Micrometers
1x 25 mL graduated cylinder
3x unknown cubes
10 mL of water
Diagram:
Method:
1. All required equipment was gathered and organised.
2. The masses of each of the three unknown cubes were determined using the electronic balance.
3. The masses of the unknown...

...
Free Fall
Rachel Shea
Physics 131 Lab, QL
Hasbrouck 210
Sept. 21, 2014
Abstract
This experiment measures the study of motion by observing the force of gravity acting solely upon an object, and also measures reaction time. If an object is in free fall, the only force acting upon it is gravity. The object used in this experiment was a golf ball that provided some acceleration when dropped. A sensor positioned underneath a table recorded the golf ball’s...

...GCSE Physics
The speed of an object is how fast or slow it's moving. You can calculate speed using the equation 'speed = distance/time'.
Distance-time graphs illustrate how an object moves. They show how the distance moved from a starting point changes over time.
Speed, distance and time
The speed of an object tells you how fast or slow it's moving.
The faster something moves, the greater the distance it covers in a...

...AP Physics Summer Assignment with
Dr. Crymes
Welcome to AP Physics B! It is a college level
physics course that is fun, interesting, and challenging
on a level you’ve not yet experienced. This assignment
will review all of the prerequisite knowledge expected of
you. There are 7 parts to this assignment. By taking the
time to review and understand all parts of this
assignment, you will help yourself acclimate to the rigor
and...

...Write your name here
Surname
Other names
Centre Number
Candidate Number
Edexcel GCE
Physics
Advanced Subsidiary
Unit 1: Physics on the Go
Friday 11 January 2013 – Afternoon
Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
You must have:
Ruler
Paper Reference
6PH01/01
Total Marks
Instructions
Use black ink or ball-point pen.
Fill in the boxes at the top of this page with your name,
centre number and candidate number.
Answer all questions....

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