IGCSE Grade 10 PHYSICS

General Physics

(IGCSE 10, PHYSICS)

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Topics Covered
Length and time
Use of rule and measuring cylinders to find length or a volume
Clocks (analog and digital) and devices
Average for small distance and interval of time
Period of pendulum
Micrometer screw gauge
Motion- speed and average speed, speed time graph, distance time graph, acceleration, deceleration
Distinguish between speed and velocity
Linear motion with constant and non-constant acceleration
Acceleration of a freely falling object near to earth
Motion of freely falling body in uniform gravitational field with or without air resistance
Terminal velocity
Mass and weight - mass of a body, weight as a gravitational force
Distinguish between mass and weight
W=mg
Comparison of weights using balance
Property of mass that resist change in motion(inertia)
Gravitational field on a mass
Density - equation $ \rho = mv $, determination of the density of liquids
Regularly and irregularly shaped solids by displacements
Floatation of objects in a liquid medium
Forces - effects of forces
Extension-load graph
Effect of forces on motion of a body
Resultant of two or more forces
Effect of no resultant force on the motion of the body
Friction and its effects
Air resistance
Hooke's Law
Limit of proportionality
Relation between force mass and acceleration
Motion in circular path - circular motion
Turning effect - torque
Moment of force
Principle of moments
Beam balance
Equilibrium and its conditions
Center of mass
Stability of simple objects
Scalar and vector quantities
Resultant of two vector quantities
Momentum- Momentum and impulse
Equation of momentum(p=mv)
Equation for impulse (Ft = mv - mu)
Principle of conservation of momentum
Types of energies - kinetic, gravitational potential, chemical, elastic, strain, nuclear and internal energy
Transfer of energy
Principle of conservation of energy
Expression for kinetic energy and change in potential energy
Tendency of energy to dissipate
Resources of energy
Electricity from chemical energy
Water energy
Nuclear energy
Wind energy
Solar energy
Advantages and disadvantages of different sources of energy
Energy released during nuclear fusion in sun
Efficiency of energy and power
Work - Relation between work done and energy transferred
Relation between work done and force applied and displacement in the direction of force applied
Power- relation between power work done and time taken $(P = \Delta E / t) $
Pressure-relation between pressure force and area
Simple mercury barometer and its uses
Atmospheric pressure
Pressure inside a liquid and its relation to the depth and density of liquid
Manometer
Use of equation p = F / A and $ p = h \rho g $