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Physics in Context for Cambridge International AS & A Level: Online Student Book

Build skills for the Cambridge exams and higher education

Author Jim Breithaupt

Suitable for:  Cambridge AS & A Level Physics (9702) students aged 16-18

Price:  £44.50 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-835475-8
Publication date: 12/11/2015
Online: 448 pages

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Description

Covering the latest Cambridge A Level Physics syllabus (9702), this digital resource supports advanced science skills. It helps build long-term performance, as well as supporting confidence for the Cambridge exams. The practical approach helps to make science meaningful - ideal for students planning to study science at university.


Features

  • Fully online format, accessible anytime, anywhere
  • Stretch -rigorous material challenges your Cambridge students to achieve their best in Cambridge exams
  • Comprehensive - matched to the latest Cambridge International AS and A Level Physics syllabus (9702)
  • Support the new Key Concepts -develop Cambridge students' subject knowledge and encourage them to make links between topics
  • Make science meaningful - the practical approach develops understanding by contextualising scientific concepts, and it's ideal for students planning to study science at university
  • Student-focused - the problem solving approach encourages students to work independently, building their confidence for assessment
  • Support assessment confidence - includes a CD which focuses on building exam potential
  • Online Student Book includes multiplatform access, compatible with PCs, Macs, iPads, tablets and more
  • Also available in print format or as a print and online bundle
  • Your first login to your Online Student Books will facilitated by a printed access card that will be sent to you in the mail. If you are unable to receive a printed access card, please contact us.

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Table of Contents

1: Kinematics
2: Forces in action
3: Forces in equilibrium
4: Force and momentum
5: Forces and materials
6: Electric current
7: D.C. circuits
8: Waves
9: Optics
10: Radioactivity
11: Motion in a circle
12: Oscillations

13: Gravitational fields
14: Electric fields
15: Capacitors
16: Electronics
17: Communications
18: Magnetic fields
19: Electromagnetic induction
20: Thermal physics
21: Gases
22: Electrons
23: Nuclear physics
24: Medical imaging
25: Physics of the eye and the ear

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