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Essential Physics Part 2 - Force, Motion, Energy & Astronomy

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If you missed out on Physics at school, or simply wish to improve your knowledge of Physics, in preparation for work, exams or further training, Essential Physics is the course for you. Essential Physics part 2 includes lessons on forces, energy, motion, pressure, friction and it also includes lessons on the basics of Astronomy. Essential Physics - a key to success in education, work and further training. A comprehensive, teach-yourself course in Forces, Motion Energy and Astronomy from one of the world's leading training organisations. This course consists of 25 multimedia rich lessons , narrated in clear, concise English and supported by vivid graphics and animations. Innovative teaching software enables students to grasp even the most difficult concepts, quickly and efficiently. All of the key topics are built up logically and clearly, starting from the very beginning, ensuring that both novice and advanced students alike can benefit from this course. Provides excellent preparation for professional pilot ground school studies. Contains worked examples and over 200 self-test questions. Essential Physics Part 2 begins by introducing you to the concepts of velocity & acceleration and then moves on to teach you the fundamental concepts of Force, Work and Energy which underlie and explain most of the physical events which take place around us on Planet Earth, such as why objects fall to the ground, how vehicles are made to move and brought to rest, how tools and machinery make work easier for us, and so on. Finally, you will learn the basics Astronomy, beginning with a brief examination of the Earth's position in the Universe, a voyage through the Solar System, and concluding with a fascinating insight into the birth and death of stars. CONTENTS include: Force, energy and motion Velocity and acceleration Resultant force and work done Kinetic and potential energy Springs and stress Pressure Friction Balance and moments Impulse and momentum Collisions and crumple zones Circular Motion Astronomy The Earth and the Solar System Natural & Man-made satellites The life of a Star The origins of the universe Minimum recommended PC specification: Windows(98, ME, 2000, XP), 550 MHz CPU, 128 Mb RAM, 4x CD-ROM Drive, Windows compatible sound card Recommended PC specification: Windows XP, 700 MHz CPU, 256 Mb RAM, 12x CD-ROM Drive, Windows compatible sound card

If you missed out on Physics at school, or simply wish to improve your knowledge of Physics, in preparation for work, exams or further training, Essential Physics is the course for you. Essential Physics part 2 includes lessons on forces, energy, motion, pressure, friction and it also includes lessons on the basics of Astronomy. Essential Physics - a key to success in education, work and further...

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