Welcome to the 2017-2018 AH Physics course. Another year, another journey together. I hope you feel that this site meets your requirements and that you can find the materials that you need.
RMA-726390 A set of Problem Solving Questions based on the original HSDU material by Andrew McGuigan, in pdf format
RMA 726390 A set of Problem Solving Questions based on the original HSDU material by Andrew McGuigan, in word format
You’re bound to find some notes here that you like. I’ll upload my material when I’ve put it into one booklet. Meanwhile, you can’t go wrong with these.
ah rotational motion summary notes and problems 2013 I think these are great and will be the ones I’ll be using. They are Robert Gordon’s College.
ah astrophysics summary notes and problems 2013 I think these are great and will be the ones I’ll be using. They are Robert Gordon’s College.
RotationalMotionandAstrophysics_tcm4-726390 word document
AH (Circular Motion) Sorry I am not sure where these notes have come from, but thanks.
Stellar Physics- try these inspiring videos
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There are some great videos that can explain General Relativity much better than I can. A few are given below:
Remember at Advanced Higher you are expected to have a BASIC knowledge, not a deep knowledge of General Relativity. The purpose is to introduce you to some of the more modern (110 years!) Physics.
How does he make it sound just so simple and intuitive?
What’s the difference between Special and General Relativity?- Sixty Symbols, University of Nottingham.
Here is a playlist for all 11 videos by Dr PhysicsA. These are lovely clearly explained videos, that are easy to understand and digest.
Test your intuition with cylinders rolling down a slope. Just keep your own score of how many you worked out correctly.