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This 155-slide PowerPoint covers the entirety of the Forces and Motion module from the OCR A Level course. In includes: speed calculations, acceleration and how to calculate it, graphs of motion (distance-time graphs and velocity-time graphs), vector and scalar quantities, how velocity is different to speed, instantaneous speed, graphs of motion for a bouncing ball, questions on drawing graphs of motion, SUVAT equations, vertical projection, measuring the acceleration due to freefall, stopping distances, projectile motion in two dimensions, types of force, Newton's Laws of Motion, weight and mass, gravitational fields, free body force diagrams, terminal velocity in gases and fluids, the principle of moments, calculating turning moments, torques and couples, rotational forces, centre of mass, non-perpendicular forces, density, pressure, how pressure varies with depth, upthrust in fluids, work done, the principle of the conservation of energy, calculating kinetic and gravitational potential energy, deriving equations for gravitational and kinetic energy, power, efficiency, force-extension in springs, the spring constant, force-extension graphs for wire and rubber, elastic limit, limit of proportionality, elastic potential energy, elastic strain energy, stress and strain, the Young Modulus, stress-strain graphs for wires and rubber, momentum, the principle of the conservation of momentum, impulse, force-time graphs, conservation of momentum in two dimensions, energy loss in collisions, work done in explosions.

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