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Physics Module Terengganu Physics SPM

# Physics Module Terengganu Physics SPM

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Semoga bermanfaat kepada semua.. calon SPM 2013
Semoga bermanfaat kepada semua.. calon SPM 2013

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Write the important word // important relationship andimportant conditionCan use equations, symbols ,formula (explain),diagram orgraphs and other suitable methodsto explain your answer
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Example 1
What is meant by physical quantity?[ 1 Mark ]………………………………………………………………………………………………
The quantity that can be measured
Example 2
What is meant by focal length?[ 1 Mark ]………………………………………………………………………………………………
The distance between optical centre and focal point
OrExample 3
What is meant by pressure?………………………………………………………………………………………………………[1 mark]
Force acting perpendicularly to a surface per unit area
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Pressure = Force Area
Example 4
State the Hooke’s Law.………………………………………………………………………………………………………[1 mark]
The extension of a spring is directly proportional to the force provided the elastic limit is notexceeded

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CHAPTER 1 : INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICSNO TERMS DEFINITIONS / MEANING FORMULA
1. Physical quantities2. Base quantities3. Derived quantities4. Base units5. Derived units6. Consistency7. Accuracy8 Sensitivity
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9. Error 10. Systematic errors11. Random error 12. Parallax error 13. Zero error
CHAPTER 2 : FORCES AND MOTIONNO TERMS DEFINITIONS / MEANING FORMULA
1. Vector quantity2. Scalar quantity3. Distance4. Displacement5. Speed6. Velocity

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7. Acceleration8. Deceleration9. Inertia10. Mass11. Momentum12. Principle of conservation of momentum13. Elastic collision14. Non-elastic collisionForce15. Unbalanced / net /resultant force16. Balanced forces /Forces in equilibrium17. Force / Impulsiveforce18. Impulse
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19. Gravitational field20. Gravitational fieldstrength21. Gravitationalacceleration22. Free fall23. Weight24. Newton’s SecondLaw of Motion25. Resolution of forces26. 1 Newton27. Energy28. Work done29. Power 30. 1 watt31. Kinetic energy