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# he longest chapter in SPM Physics and it will surely be asked in SPM since it will be link to

the next chapter, pressure and in form 5. So, you must do well in force and motion. By saying
the word longest, most of you would have certainly drop your senses. o not be afraid, force
is the most easy to understand chapter.
Before i start this chapter, please burn these few new terms in your brain as it plays a massive
role in your whole physic life.
istance!!!isplacement
isplacement is the shortest distance between the initial point and the destination point.
istance is the total path took to travel form the initial point to the destination point. "mage
above, red line is the displacement and the black line is the distance.
Speed and #elocity
Speed\$distance divided by time
#elocity\$displacement divided by time.
%cceleration and deceleration.
&his is a very important concept that you must understands between acceleration and
deceleration.
%cceleration means getting faster and faster.
eceleration means getting slower and slower. 'negative acceleration(
%lright, have you memori)ed them* "f yes, then you can proceed.
Ticker Tape
"n this chapter, you will start with ticker tape. &icker tape is a long strip of paper, with a width
of the kind of paper you used to fold stars, at least + meters long, and white in colour, of
course. "n the ticker tape experiment, you will need a ticker timer. &icker timer is an
instrument that has a strip of metal that will vibrate up and down with a fre,uency of 5-.),
'/ust for your info, 5-.) because &0B provide 5-.) power supply only. 1S% is 25.), 3hina
is 55.).( that can produce a chain of dot on the strip of ticker tape.
Basically, you must know how to interprete the ticker tape.
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5ong\$fast movement
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same length between all the dots\$constant velocity'not speed( or )ero acceleration
Short to 5ong \$acceleration
5ong to Short \$deceleration
%ll calculations about ticker timer is advisable that you ask someone to show you. "t is too
difficult to explain in words. But i will still try to explain to you.
%fter all the hectic arrangement for the cut ticker tape on a piece of graph paper, you will see
a shape in the graph.
% stage like graph\$constant velocity, )ero acceleration.
% step up staircase graph\$acceleration
% step down staircase graph\$deceleration
2 Golden Equation of Motion
"f you wish to continue on physics in tertiary education'%!level, S&PM and so!on(, you must
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!"n this chapter, you are re,uired to know what is the differences between Base ,uantities and
derived ,uantities
!between vector and scalar ,uantity.
!.ow to use measuring instruments and their sensitivity
!.ow to identify errors'Systemic and <andom(*
!%ccuracy, consistency and sensitivity.
!Steps involve in scientific investigation.
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B%S@ Auantities
"n colours, you have learn about base colours, which are red, blue, and yellow. ;hy
do we called them base colours* Because they can=t be form from combining any
colours. "n other words, they are the basic of all colours.
&his applies to base ,uantities in physics as well. Base ,uantity cannot be formed
from any other ,uantities.
Base ,uantities are Ma&i5@&, Mass'kilogram8kg(, &ime'second8s(, 5ength'meter8l(,
@lectric current'ampere8%(, &emperature'Belvin8B(.
@<"#@ Auantities
Cust like colours, when you combine Blue and <ed, it will turn Purple. ;hen you
combine length and time, it will become speed. .owever, in colours, you mix them up
with a brush, in physics, physicists mix the base ,uantities with mathematics notation
such as times, divide, power, exponent, logarithm and many more. But be thankful,
they won=t ask you on these except for times and divide.
So, in your level, the definition for derived ,uantity is ,uantity derived from a
combination of base ,uantities through multiplication and division.
@xamples of derived ,uantities are area'l x l(, volume'l x l x l(, density'kg8l x l x l),
speed(l 8s( and many more.
So, the tips of memorising derived ,uantities is by memorising base ,uantity'there is only 5
base ,uantities in you syllabus(. %nything that is not a base ,uantity must be a derived
,uantity.
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S3%5%<'in other word, the value do not have negative or absolute values(.
Scalar'in 5atin, it means amount( ,uantity mean ,uantity that only have magnitude.
Dor example, distance, when you measure the side of a triangle with a ruler, do you
ever put negative* " don=t think you will. 0o matter how the side started from, left to
right or right to left, you will still put positive values.
&ime, is there such things as negative time or travel back time* So far, no. So =time= is
a Scalar ,uantity.
Mass, if there is nothing,- kg of mass, if there is something, & kg of mass. &hen what
is negative mass, do not give me craps such as ghost, supernatural phenomenon, or
antiparticle. "t is not in your syllabus. So, mass is a scalar.
@nergy'Coule8C(, it is either you have energy or you don=t have energy. &here is no
such thing as negative energy. &hink about it, in <PE games such as final fantasy,
when you have no energy, you die. 0egative energy** "s there anything beyond
death**
&emperature'Belvin8B(, the most trickiest of all. Many of you will think that
temperature have negative value like !7FG degrees or carbon dioxide turns into solid
at !2- degree celcius. But have you guys reali)e, have you ever seen !7--- degree
celcius* 0o. ;hy* Simple. &emperature in celcius has a minimum of !+GF d3 only,
which is - Belvin'the actual S" unit for temperature(. "n - Belvin'absolute
temperature(, the particle of the substance has no energy in it'- Coule( at all. Since
there is no negative energy, there is no negative Belvin.
&here are many more scalar ,uantity, these are the most common.
#@3&6<'means direction and amount.(
6ne particular day, you were stuck with an awful stomachache. o you ever ask
H.ow far is the toilet*H* &here correct ,uestion will be H;here is the toilet*H. " am
sure the answer of the ,uestion will be H "t is few meters in front.H. =Dew meters= is the
distance, =in front= is the direction. So the definition of vector ,uantity is ,uantity with
magnitude and direction.
@xample of vector is displacement. "t is the shortest distance between two location.
;hen you ride an aeroplane, do planes follow roads* 0o. &hey follow bearing, which
is the direction of where the location is.
Dorce, momentum, velocity'speed with direction(, and acceleration are also vector.
&hese are new terms to you, but i=m sure you will understands why they are vector
,uantities, not scalar. So, i won=t explain like what i explained on scalar. Dor now, /ust
memori)e them.
.ere is a tip, all base ,uantities are scalar ,uantities.
Measuring instruments.

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measuring tapes

vernier calipers
micrometer screw gauge
Iou are re,uire to know only this 2 instruments.
Meter rule!measure length more than 7 mm. 0ot accurate.
Measuring tape!measure length that is more that a centimete. 0ot accurate.
#ernier!measure!length more than -.7 mm accurately.
Micrometer scew gauge!the highest accuracy of all the above instruments. -.-7mm accuracy.
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Systemic'repeating error(
"t can be due to wrong calibration of the measuring instruments. Dor example, a meter
ruler may look fine, but actually it is wrong as its interval of 7cm is not accurately
Jero error. Dor example, a vernier calipers when completely close, do not shows a
)ero. &he make the measurement with the vernier calipers either slightly more than
the actual value or less.
<andom'wrong without you notice.(
Parallax error because of the position of your eye is wrong, you read the value
wrongly.
@nvironment factor such as gravity, friction, air resistance,pressure magnetic field,
.ow to reduce error*
1se appropriate instrument. eg. ;hen measuring a diameter, it is better to us a vernier
calipers than a meter ruler. ;hen, measuring height of a man, it is better to measure
with a meter ruler that a vernier calipers.
<epeat the experiment many times and deduce the mean'average( value for it.
<educe parallax error. eg. 1se the mirror in the volt meter to identify parallax error.
%331<%3I!the ability to measure something nearest to the actual value.
360S"S&@03I!the ability to a,uire the same value many times, not necessary that they are
accurate.
S@0S"&"#"&I! the ability to detect small changes. "n other words, the smaller the scale
interval of the instrument, the more accurate the reading. Dor example, an electronic balance
can is more sensitive than a triple beam balance because of the smallest scale for electronic
balance is -.-7gram wheares triple beam balance can only measure up to -.5gram accurately
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.ave you ever read the word micrometer'um(, centimeter'cm(, megatonne'Mt(,
gigaher)s'E.)(, terrabytes'&b(* &hese words were added with prefixes. Prefixes make
spelling for scientist more easier. <ather than spelling 57+ millions bytes, they can spell as
Megabytes, or even shorter, Mb. %nother reason is that it makes writting down =unit= such as
cm, EPa, &0 and many more in a very simple manner.&he below prefixes will be needed in
any field of science. But do not worry about memori)ing them, you will get them eventually.
pico8p '7-:!7+
nano8n '7-:!L(
micro8u '7-:!M(
milli8m '7-:!F(
centi8c '7-:!+(
deci8d '7-:!7(
kilo8k '7-:F(
mega8M '7-:M(
giga8E '7-:L(
terra8& '7-:7+(
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Iou are re,uire to know every part of the MSE. Since the picture is not that clear, " will spell
out the parts for you. %nvil, Drame, Spindle, Sleeve, &himble and <atchet. &he scale on the
sleeve is the main scale, wheares the scale on the thimble is called the thimble scale.
%ccuracy of MSE is up to -.-7mm. &he function of <atchet will always be asked. "t is to
prevent overturn of the thimble that might cause the thickness to deform.
.6; &6 1S@* " recomend you to watch at youtube because it is difficult to explain with
words. Same goes for vernier calipers.
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7( external /aw!measure extenal diameter
+( internal /aw!measure internal diameter
F( depth measuring blade!measure depth
2( main scale
5( not in your syllabus
M( vernier scale
G( not in your syllabus
Dor more in,uiry, please e!mail me, lhcNphysicfreakOyahoo.com. "f you have any ,uestion,
or comment, or to inform me of what " missed in the chapter, please comment under this
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