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This third edition of Physics 1: Preliminary Course is published in response to amendments made to the Stage 6 Physics syllabus for Year 11 students in New South Wales in and beyond.
This text, which is part of the successful Jacaranda HSC Science series, meets all the requirements of the amended content, has been thoroughly updated, and establishes a solid grounding in concepts that are further developed in the revised edition of the Year 12 book, Physics 2: HSC Course.
The text covers the four Preliminary core modules in detail in a fullcolour presentation, supported by stimulating and contemporary images and clearly labelled diagrams. The content focuses carefully and comprehensively on the syllabus points and a syllabus table is provided on pages xixiv to help students and teachers locate the particular pages of the book where content is covered.
A range of features is included that aim to stimulate students interest and build on their knowledge and understanding: Key terms are shown in bold coloured type and the denition is given in the margin. A comprehensive glossary of all key terms is included at the end of the book. Sample problems with worked solutions are interspersed to help students understand and apply the formulae as specied in the syllabus.
Physics in focus and Physics fact boxes explain developments and highlight applications of this dynamic science in the contemporary world. Websites are included where relevant for extending students interest.
Chapter reviews consist of: a Summary that lists the main points of the content, for revision and to reinforce learning a wide range of descriptive and numerical Questions that enable students to address the syllabus outcomes. The mandatory Practical activities are included at the ends of chapters to meet syllabus needs. Within the chapters, an icon in the margin indicates a relevant point or context where each practical activity might be attempted.
The Appendices include a formulae and data sheet, the periodic table, the list and denitions of key words used in HSC examination questions, and answers to the numerical questions. They have approached the topics with a keen sense of responsibility to students to provide clear and accurate explanations and examples of the principles of physics in the context of real-world observations, up-to-date information and cutting-edge technology.
They hope that students using this text will meet the challenges and enjoy the rewards of the course while developing a deeper appreciation of the relevance and fascination of physics in their everyday lives. Step 1. Step 2. Enter your registration code Once you have created a new account and logged in, you will be prompted to enter your unique registration code for this book, which is printed on the inside front cover of your textbook.
Step 3. Simply select the desired chapter from the drop-down list and navigate through the tabs to locate the appropriate resource. Minimum requirements Internet Explorer 7, Mozilla Firefox 1. Email: support jacplus. The wave model can be used to explain how current technologies transfer information Students learn to: describe the energy transformations required in one of the following: mobile telephone.
Physics 1: Preliminary Course (Jacaranda HSC Science)
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