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Electricity Syllabus Dot Point Notes

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Study Notes based off of NESA physics preliminary syllabus for topic of electricity

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Electricity Syllabus Dot Point Notes
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Electromagnetism Physical quantities Electrical components Electricity SI derived units Voltage Magnetic field Ohm's law Electric generator Resistor Electric current Electrical resistance and conductance
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Electromagnetism Physical quantities Electrical components Electricity SI derived units Voltage Magnetic field Ohm's law Electric generator Resistor Electric current Electrical resistance and conductance
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last 200 years Students learn to: Discuss how the main sources of domestic energy have changed over time Before electricity, humans had to rely on other sources to provide energy for many things such as: o Heating ▪ Used coal and wood for fire o Lighting ▪ Coal for fire, the sun and gas lamps o Transportation ▪ Walking, horses, steam trains After the invention and commercial spread of electricity o Reliance on Electricity o Damage to environment Assess some of the impacts of changes in, and increased access to, sources of energy for a community • Development of electricity has contributed to ‘time and space’ compression o The illusion of more time is created due to tasks taking less time with the development of electricity • Impacts/Changes: o More time ▪ Work takes less time ▪ Society is able to function/work after the sun goes down o Gender Roles ▪ Ho...
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