What is the difference between a vector…

What is Displacement?

How do you calculate resultant velocity?

What is velocity?

A scalar quantity has only size - like speed, time, distance,…

It is a vector quantity that describes the path of something f…

To calculate the size and direction you should use trigonometr…

Velocity is the rate of change of displacement. The direction…

What is the difference between a vector…

A scalar quantity has only size - like speed, time, distance,…

What is Displacement?

It is a vector quantity that describes the path of something f…

Elastic potential energy

Gravitational potential energy

Gravitational potential energy to kinet…

potential energy

Energy stored when a bow is drawn back, before it is released

Energy stored in the cars at the top of a roller coaster

Energy transfer as a car goes downhill on a roller coaster

Energy stored in a boulder on top of a mountain

Elastic potential energy

Energy stored when a bow is drawn back, before it is released

Gravitational potential energy

Energy stored in the cars at the top of a roller coaster

Fuel

Combustion

Exothermic reaction

Endothermic reaction

Name given to a substance that can be burned to release energy

The reaction of a substance with oxygen, which gives out energ…

A reaction that gives out heat. The burning of a fuel is an ex…

A reaction that takes in heat from its surroundings

Fuel

Name given to a substance that can be burned to release energy

Combustion

The reaction of a substance with oxygen, which gives out energ…

matter

mass

volume

solid

anything that takes up space and has mass

the amount of matter in an object

the amount of space that a sample of matter occupies

matter that has a definite shape and definite volume

matter

anything that takes up space and has mass

mass

the amount of matter in an object

Transverse Waves

Longitudinal Waves

Amplitude

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

Waves that travel in a direction perpendicular (at right angle…

Waves that travel in the same direction as the direction of th…

Measured from the point of zero disturbance to the peak or the…

A group of transverse waves which have different wavelengths a…

Transverse Waves

Waves that travel in a direction perpendicular (at right angle…

Longitudinal Waves

Waves that travel in the same direction as the direction of th…

Nuclide notation is a shorthand way of…

What is the number of protons in an ato…

What is the total number of protons and…

What's the only thing that changes when…

the mass number and atomic number of an atom.

Atomic number

Mass number

The number of electrons

Nuclide notation is a shorthand way of…

the mass number and atomic number of an atom.

What is the number of protons in an ato…

Atomic number

A scalar quantity has only size - like…

It is a vector quantity that describes…

To calculate the size and direction you…

Velocity is the rate of change of displ…

What is the difference between a vector and a scalar quantity?

What is Displacement?

How do you calculate resultant velocity?

What is velocity?

A scalar quantity has only size - like…

What is the difference between a vector and a scalar quantity?

It is a vector quantity that describes…

What is Displacement?

What is the unit of charge?

What are Electric field lines?

What is Electrical current?

A series circuit

The Coulomb (C)

The field lines and arrows represent the way that a small posi…

Is a flow of charge. It is defined as the charge per second pa…

A circuit in which the components are joined one after another…

What is the unit of charge?

The Coulomb (C)

What are Electric field lines?

The field lines and arrows represent the way that a small posi…

The Average Speed of an object is...

The Instantaneous Speed of an object is…

Your average walking speed is 0.9 ms⁻¹.…

To measure the Instantaneous Speed you…

the speed determined over a long time interval e.g. by dividin…

the speed of an object at a particular moment in time

540 m

... measure the speed over a very short time.

The Average Speed of an object is...

the speed determined over a long time interval e.g. by dividin…

The Instantaneous Speed of an object is…

the speed of an object at a particular moment in time

0·219 × 10^2... Identify the mantissa in t…

0·219 × 10^2... Identify the exponent in t…

Describe how a real number is stored in…

A program has a variable called total w…

0.219 is the mantissa

2 is the exponent

Real numbers are stored as a Mantissa and Exponent

mantissa and exponent

0·219 × 10^2... Identify the mantissa in t…

0.219 is the mantissa

0·219 × 10^2... Identify the exponent in t…

2 is the exponent

Energy can be transferred as _______

Describe a longitudinal wave

Describe a transverse wave

Example of longitudinal wave

Waves

- Oscillations (movement of particles) are parallel to the dir…

-The oscillations (movement of particles) are perpendicular (a…

sound

Energy can be transferred as _______

Waves

Describe a longitudinal wave

- Oscillations (movement of particles) are parallel to the dir…

The Average Speed of an object is...

The Instantaneous Speed of an object is…

Your average walking speed is 0.9 ms⁻¹.…

To measure the Instantaneous Speed you…

the speed determined over a long time interval e.g. by dividin…

the speed of an object at a particular moment in time

540 m

... measure the speed over a very short time interval.

The Average Speed of an object is...

the speed determined over a long time interval e.g. by dividin…

The Instantaneous Speed of an object is…

the speed of an object at a particular moment in time

A program is 'fit for purpose'. What do…

What are the stages involved in the ite…

Explain why it may be necessary to retu…

What needs to be done in the analysis s…

It meets the requirements that were set out in the functional…

- Analysis... - Design... - Implementation... - Testing... - Documentation…

To correct errors or add additional code.

- identify functional requirements of the program... - identify i…

A program is 'fit for purpose'. What do…

It meets the requirements that were set out in the functional…

What are the stages involved in the ite…

- Analysis... - Design... - Implementation... - Testing... - Documentation…

Describe an Atom

What are ISOTOPES?

What is Ionisation?

What is an ion?

An atom is made up of a nucleus containing protons and neutron…

Different forms of the same element, with the SAME number of P…

The process by which an atom gains or loses electrons to becom…

A charged atom

Describe an Atom

An atom is made up of a nucleus containing protons and neutron…

What are ISOTOPES?

Different forms of the same element, with the SAME number of P…

What is Specific Heat Capacity S.H.C.?

How is the Specific Heat Capacity relat…

What is meant by Vaporisation?

What is meant by Fusion?

S.H.C. is defined as the energy required to increase the tempe…

Energy = specific heat capacity x mass x change in temperature…

Vaporisation is when a liquid boils and changes state, turning…

When a solid gains heat and changes state, melting to turn int…

What is Specific Heat Capacity S.H.C.?

S.H.C. is defined as the energy required to increase the tempe…

How is the Specific Heat Capacity relat…

Energy = specific heat capacity x mass x change in temperature…