Part of the series Interpreting Data in Physics.
The Interpreting Data in Physics series is designed to challenge interested students to interpret data gleaned from a wide range of physics experiments. The activities encourage students to apply their knowledge of physics to the world outside the laboratory - in fields such as art, sport, engineering and the home.
- Measurement Techniques: Graphing, Scientific Notation, Tabular Data, Equations, Vectors and Velocity
- Newton's Laws: Cycling and Car Racing, Vectors, Friction and Driving
- Hooke's Law and Driving
- Young's Modulus of Elasticity in Aluminium
- Moments and Mechanical Advantage
- Sound and Temperature
- Lenses, Diatonic and Scientific Scales
- Electricity and Energy
- The Wave Equation and the Farmer
- Electromagnetic Spectrum and the Atmosphere
- Charges Particles
- Photons and the Atom
|Product Type||Teacher Resources,|
|Year Level||Year 11, Year 12,|
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