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PHYSICS

Chapter 1:
Introduction To Physics

OBJECTIVES:
Explain what physics is.
Recognise the physics in

everyday objects and natural


phenomena.

Introduction To Physic

Understanding Physic

What is physics???

Study Natural
Phenomena

Force &
Motion

Wave

Force &
Pressure

Field of study
in Physic

Electric &
electomagnetism

Heat

Light
Electronics
Nuclear Physic

Water wave motion

Light wave motion

Sound waves

Atom

Nuclear reactor

Optic

Light

Force & Motion

Force &
Motion
Gravity

Force & Pressure

Electromagnetism

Forces&Motion

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Heat

Light

Ball that was thrown upward

Will then fall towards the ground.

The airplane that had been thrown..

Will fly for a moment before it landed.

The toy car that had been pushed to move one way

Will move backward after it crashed with the block.

BOOKS
TABLE&PENCIL

CLOCK

Books,tables

Canbemeasuredtheirlength,
weight,thickness.

Pencil

Canbemeasureditsdiameter,
length

Mirror

Reflection

I WONDER WHY?
NATURAL PHENOMENA

We see the lightning strike first before we


hear the thunder?

Rainbow has 7 different colours?

We have a shadow?

DAILY LIFE INCIDENT

We can use phone without wire (wireless


phone)?
It is difficult for us to wall in slippery floor?
We are almost fall forward when the bus that
we ride give an emergency break?

Natural Phenomena

Physics Concept

Shadow

Light travel in a straight


line

Thunder after lightning

Sound travel slower


than light

Daily Life Incident

Physics Concept

Difficult to walk on a
slippery floor

Friction

Wireless phone

Application of
electromagnetic wave

Computer
Telephone

Airplane

Careers in Physics
About 80% of the various branches of
engineering have physics as a
component subject.
nearly all manufacturing industries
make use of physics in their operations.

Joule

Hertz

Galileo
Kelvin

Pascal

Eintein

Faraday

Newton