Author(s): Anna Cox
This book is designed to support the classroom, laboratory work, homework and revision needed for the year. Features include: learning objectives to focus student study; easy-to-read notes covering all the key content areas of Level 2 Physics; write-on space so students can add their own notes and definitions as required (ideal for ESOL students); a wide variety of question types to allow practice of a range of skills; a practical section containing all the essential experiments that students need to do, that builds to form an ideal record for revision at the end of the year.
Anna Cox is HOD of Mathematics at St Hilda's College in Dunedin and prior to that was HOD of Mathematics and Physics at Kings High School in Dunedin. She is an enthusiastic teacher and is a keen skier in her spare time. Dr Chris Smaill is a Senior Tutor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Auckland. When out of the University, he can usually be found not too far away from his cars.
Preface -- Chapter 1 One-dimensional motion -- Chapter 2 An introduction to forces -- Chapter 3 Two-dimensional motion -- Chapter 4 Waves -- Chapter 5 Optics -- Chapter 6 Energy -- Chapter 7 Momentum -- Chapter 8 Torque and equilibrium -- Chapter 9 Static electricity -- Chapter 10 Direct current circuits -- Chapter 11 Electronic components -- Chapter 12 Magnetism -- Chapter 13 Modern physics -- Chapter 14 Context study -- Chapter 15 Practical investigation -- Appendices -- A Formulae list -- B Useful scientific information for physics -- C Prefixes (multipliers) -- D Greek letters -- E Some useful constants -- F Periodic table of the elements -- Index.