Physics is a branch which needs to be understood, not necessarily memorised. As one goes from secondary to higher secondary stage and beyond, physics involves mainly four components, (a) large amount of mathematical base, (b) technical words and terms, whose normal English meanings could be quite different, (c) new intricate concepts, and (d) experimental foundation.
The special nature of physics demands, apart from conceptual understanding, the knowledge of certain conventions, basic mathematical tools, numerical values of important physical constants, and systems of measurement units covering a vast range from microscopic to galactic levels.
- Physical World
- Units And Measurements
- Motion In A Straight Line
- Motion In A Plane
- Laws Of Motion
- Work, Energy And Power
- System Of Particles And Rotational Motion
- Mechanical Properties Of Solids
- Mechanical Properties Of Fluids
- Thermal Properties Of Matter
- Kinetic Theory