## Cambridge IGCSE Physics WorkbookCambridge IGCSE Physics matches the requirements of the revised Cambridge IGCSE Physics syllabus (0625). This Workbook is intended to be used alongside the Cambridge IGCSE Physics Coursebook, and is fully endorsed by Cambridge. It contains exercises that will help students to develop the skills needed to succeed in the Cambridge IGCSE Physics examination. A Teacher's Resource CD-ROM is also available. |

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### Contents

Section 1 | 9 |

Section 2 | 13 |

Section 3 | 16 |

Section 4 | 19 |

Section 5 | 21 |

Section 6 | 29 |

Section 7 | 34 |

Section 8 | 48 |

Section 9 | 52 |

Section 10 | 58 |

Section 11 | 60 |

Section 12 | 71 |

Section 13 | 78 |

Section 14 | 82 |

Section 15 | 86 |

Section 16 | 89 |

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