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Detailed Checklist of HSC Physics

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This document is a detailed checklist of Physics. It provides an easy to understand and a well-structured checklist of fundamental areas of physics with detailed explanations.

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Physics Mechanics Classical mechanics Physical quantities Dynamics Force Acceleration Velocity Mass Kinetic energy Work Potential energy
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Physics Mechanics Classical mechanics Physical quantities Dynamics Force Acceleration Velocity Mass Kinetic energy Work Potential energy
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Force has the symbol F and is measured in newtons (N). Describe the difference between distance and displacement using examples The main difference between distance and displacement is that distance is how far an object travels. Displacement however is the change in position of an object, comparing the end position and start position and has nothing do with what happens in between. Displacement states both the final distance and direction an object is in compared to its beginning state and is measured in the Standard Units(SI) and can have either compass direction, bearings or even ‘left’ and ‘right’ as its direction. For example, 100m left or 0.2m north. Distance is known as a scalar quantity, because it is only comprised of magnitude (size) the symbol ‘d’ is used for distance. Displacement however is a vector quantity as it has both direction and magni...
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