Explaining Physics

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Oxford University Press, 1987 - Physics - 384 pages
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Explaining Physics emphasizes the applications and social effects of physics, and extends its treatment of energy and electronics. * Introductory page to each unit to bring out the relevance of the material to everyday life * Simple questions at the end of each unit to consolidate learning * Helpful revision summary
 

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This was really helpful in explaining the forces in action on a skydiver fot my physics homework :)

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Contents

Section 2
49
Section 3
89
Section 4
115
Section 5
165
Section 6
173
Electrical energy
229
Section 7
279
Section 8
323
Revision check list
374
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Stephen Pople is the author of many highly successful science books for children. He is a former science teacher, and is now the science consultant for The Oxford Children's Encyclopedia.

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