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Key revision points for M1 Mechanics A-Level Maths

Key revision points for M1 Mechanics A-Level Maths

A collection of key points to remember for M1 Mechanics AS Maths/Further Maths. Prevents against silly mistakes and allows students to reach top marks! Possible mistakes collected from the questions and mark schemes from 20+ past papers. Relevant to M1 content: > Motion graphs > Velocity and acceleration > Displacement / position / distance > Distance and speed and time > Differentiation/integration > Bearings and angles > Unit vectors > Normal reaction > Free motion > Cartesian equations > Terminology - smooth, light, inextensible etc > Projectiles > Particles colliding > Force diagrams > Triangles of forces > Resolving forces Information divided into clear headings. Recommended for A-Level Maths students taking M1, especially relevant for OCR MEI exam board. An invaluable collection of points to have before an exam.
Louisa_Snape
Bundle - One and Two Dimensional Motion - (Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion)

Bundle - One and Two Dimensional Motion - (Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion)

This source contains; 1. Motion in One Dimension - Freely Falling Objects - PPT This resource contains 24 slides; - Freely Falling Objects; (Release, fall, drop, thrown or jumping directly downwards & upwards questions) (Answer key) - Free Fall Problems solving strategies, - Physics around us... - Review, - HW. 2. Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion - PPT This resource contains 16 slides; - PROJECTILE; (Questions AND Answer key) - Physics around us... - Review, 3. Motion - One and Two Dimensional Motion - Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion - Teachers Note This document has 4 pages New Teachers can use this document as a lesson plan. 4. Motion - One and Two Dimensional Motion - Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion - Question Bank This Source contains 2 pages, (30 questions) Questions are about; - Motion in One Dimension - Free Falling Objects - Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. To attract attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
veyselbiga
Mechanics revision pack

Mechanics revision pack

Revision pack for mechanics aspect of physics includes the topics: Circular motion, kinematics, conservation of energy, Kinetic Energy and Gravitational Potential energy, Newton's law of gravitation.
richwrigley
Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion - PPT

Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion - PPT

This resource includes 16 slides; - PROJECTILE MOTION; (Questions & Answer key) - Physics around us... - Review, Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
veyselbiga
GCSE H Gradients and Rates of Change Taking A Tangent

GCSE H Gradients and Rates of Change Taking A Tangent

PwP, WS and Starter sheet with link (see pwp/ws link) 1. Whilst distributing starter sheet encourage students to think about and discuss the answer to the power point first slide. Hint to students: what would a particle of the fluid be 'feeling' at the hole at the bottom at the start? (how much pressure), what would a particle be feeling a min later?). ANSWER: C as this retains height relative to loss in volume for the longest due to a higher top cross section. 2. (pwp) run through recap of SDT Graphs. Key question. What is the speed on the DT graph between 40s and 60s? why? shat is the speed at 45s? 50s? why (same gradient) 3, show desmos link: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/xtbi36s6kp what is the story here? can you tell your partner? 4. explain that this is the flight of a rocket, show the equation and ask the questions on the powerpoint. using the powerpoint or otherwise run through how as we 'zoom in' the gradient at a point gets closer and closer to a straight line (which we know how to calculate speed for). On board or otheriwise run through solution to how we could find the gradient by taking a tangent. 5. Students consolidate on worksheet questions. NOTE: WS QUESTIONS HAVE BEEN TAKEN FROM SAMPLE EXAM PAPERS PRODUCED BY EXAM BOARDS.
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