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Worked Solutions

(Special Papers from 1992 to 2006)

Author: Phang Yu Hon

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Tips on G.C.E. A Level H2 Physics Topics

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1. Units, Dimensions, Errors and Uncertainties

2. Kinematics and Dynamics

3. Conservation of Momentum and Energy

4. Circular Motion and Gravitation

5. Temperature, Thermodynamics and Ideal Gases

6. Elasticity

7. Oscillations and Resonance

8. Waves, Superposition, Interference and Diffraction

9. Current Electricity and D.C. Circuits

10. Electric Fields, Electrostatics and Capacitors

11. Electromagnetism and Electomagnetic Induction

12. Alternating Currents and Rectification

13. Charged Particles

14. Quantum Physics, Line Spectra

15. Atomic Structure and Radioactivity

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