5 non-linear data sets with corresponding Physics questions and contexts, requiring a non-straight line graph and a straight line graph to be drawn, and a Physical quantity to be determined from using the gradient. Also attached is pre-drawn axis for Q3 and Q5. The file includes FULL ANSWERS!
This worksheet provides 4 different Physics contexts and graph paper and questions for you to work through. Full answers are also included. This is a great resource for those students who are still struggling with determining a Physical quantity from a transformed straight line graph.
These notes cover all of the main types of errors which can be present in Physics experiments. They use the mnemonic SCRAPZ which stands for: S – Scale selection error C – Calibration error R – Repeating and averaging A – Approximate theory P – Parallax error Z – Zero error
This video runs through the practical aspect of the Pole Vaulter A.S. 2.1 Physics internal assessment. This practical can be done with a variety of pasta and by using the theoretical equation, the radius of the pasta can be determined. Model height (h) vs distance (d):
Find attached an 8 page model report covering all of the Excellence points and a calculation of the radius of spaghetti. Also attached is an Microsoft Excel file of data for 6 brands of Spaghetti which was tested to ensure all brands can be used – yes all brands can be used Home brand giving the […]
This is a great worksheet for an introduction into graphing and determining the physical quantity from a linear graph. It includes brief notes on drawing graphs and includes a graph paper grid to draw the graph. Pages 1 and 2 can be shrunk to fit onto a single A4 sheet. Answers included.
A neat little worksheet, which gets students used to rearranging and substituting numbers into the 5 given kinematic equations. Answers included. Great to use at the start of kinematics / linear motion after proving how the formulas are generated.