L. Tarasov | A. Tarasova | Category: Physics

Binding Type: Paperback Binding

Book Details

ISBN: 9789386221957

YOP: 2018

Pages: 240

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(Reader) will find this text to be perhaps more like a freely told story or, rather a freely conducted discussion. This is a book on physics education and misconceptions of students regarding many topics in elementary physics.

1. Can You Analyse Graphs Representing the Kinematics of Straight-Line Motion?

2. Can You Show the Forces Applied to a Body?

3. Can You Determine the Friction Force?

4. How Well Do You Know Newton’s Laws of Motion?

5. How Do You Go About Solving Problems in Kinematics?

6. How Do You Go About Solving Problems in Dynamics?

7. Are Problems in Dynamics Much More Difficult to Solve if Friction is Taken into account?

8. How Do You Deal With Motion in a Circle?

9. How Do You Explain the Weightlessness of Bodies?

10. Can You Apply the Laws of Conservation of Energy and Linear Momentum?

11. Can You Deal with Harmonic Vibrations?

12. What Happens to a Pendulum in a State of Weightlessness?

13. Can You Use the Force Resolution Method Efficiently?

14. What Do You Know about the Equilibrium of Bodies?

15. How Do You Locate the Centre of Gravity?

16. Do You Know Archimedes’ Principle?

17. [s Archimedes’ Principle Valid in a Spaceship?

18. What Do You Know about the Molecular-Kinetic Theory Of Matter?

19. How Do You Account for the Peculiarity in the Thermal Expansion of Water?

20. How Well Do You Know the Gas Laws?

21. How Do You Go About Solving Problems on Gas Laws?

22. Let Us Discuss Field Theory

23. How is an Electrostatic Field Described?

24. How Do Lines of Force Behave Near the Surface of a Conductor?

25. How Do You Deal With Motion in a Uniform Electrostatic Field?

26. Can You Apply Coulomb’s Law?

27. Do You Know Ohm’s Law?

28. Can a Capacitor Be Connected into a Direct-Current Circuit?

29. Can You Compute the Resistance of a Branched Portion of a Circuit?

30. Why Did the Electric Bulb Burn Out?

31. Do You Know How Light Beams Are Reflected and Refracted?

32. How Do You Construct images Formed by Mirrors and Lenses?

33. How Well Do You Solve Problems Involving Mirrors and Lenses?

(Reader) will find this text to be perhaps more like a freely told story or, rather a freely conducted discussion. This is a book on physics education and misconceptions of students regarding many topics in elementary physics.

1. Can You Analyse Graphs Representing the Kinematics of Straight-Line Motion?

2. Can You Show the Forces Applied to a Body?

3. Can You Determine the Friction Force?

4. How Well Do You Know Newton’s Laws of Motion?

5. How Do You Go About Solving Problems in Kinematics?

6. How Do You Go About Solving Problems in Dynamics?

7. Are Problems in Dynamics Much More Difficult to Solve if Friction is Taken into account?

8. How Do You Deal With Motion in a Circle?

9. How Do You Explain the Weightlessness of Bodies?

10. Can You Apply the Laws of Conservation of Energy and Linear Momentum?

11. Can You Deal with Harmonic Vibrations?

12. What Happens to a Pendulum in a State of Weightlessness?

13. Can You Use the Force Resolution Method Efficiently?

14. What Do You Know about the Equilibrium of Bodies?

15. How Do You Locate the Centre of Gravity?

16. Do You Know Archimedes’ Principle?

17. [s Archimedes’ Principle Valid in a Spaceship?

18. What Do You Know about the Molecular-Kinetic Theory Of Matter?

19. How Do You Account for the Peculiarity in the Thermal Expansion of Water?

20. How Well Do You Know the Gas Laws?

21. How Do You Go About Solving Problems on Gas Laws?

22. Let Us Discuss Field Theory

23. How is an Electrostatic Field Described?

24. How Do Lines of Force Behave Near the Surface of a Conductor?

25. How Do You Deal With Motion in a Uniform Electrostatic Field?

26. Can You Apply Coulomb’s Law?

27. Do You Know Ohm’s Law?

28. Can a Capacitor Be Connected into a Direct-Current Circuit?

29. Can You Compute the Resistance of a Branched Portion of a Circuit?

30. Why Did the Electric Bulb Burn Out?

31. Do You Know How Light Beams Are Reflected and Refracted?

32. How Do You Construct images Formed by Mirrors and Lenses?

33. How Well Do You Solve Problems Involving Mirrors and Lenses?