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hsc physics notes, which cover the whole syllabus including the option topic. I believe that they are good as i got a band 6.

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Physics Introductory physics Physical quantities Electromagnetism Classical mechanics Force Magnet Mass Magnetic field Lorentz force Special relativity Michelson–Morley experiment Magnetism Maxwell's equations Gravitation Electromagnetic induction Theory of relativity
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Physics Introductory physics Physical quantities Electromagnetism Classical mechanics Force Magnet Mass Magnetic field Lorentz force Special relativity Michelson–Morley experiment Magnetism Maxwell's equations Gravitation Electromagnetic induction Theory of relativity
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...................................................................................................................................................... 2 The Earth has a gravitational field that exerts a force on objects both on it and around it............... 2 Many factors have to be taken into account to achieve a successful rocket launch, maintain a stable orbit and return to Earth .......................................................................................................... 3 The solar system is held together by gravity ...................................................................................... 9 Current and emerging understanding about time and space has been dependent upon earlier models of the transmission of light .................................................................................................. 11 Motors And Generato...
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