IGCSE Physics 1 Forces & Motion
Displacement is the distance travelled in a straight line. It has both a direction and a size.
The velocity of an object is its speed in one particular direction.
The acceleration of an object is calculated from its change in velocity and the time taken.
The force of an object is also a vector as it has a size (measured in Newtons) and a direction.
In this course we look not only at forces and motion but also how they effect many of the things we experience in everyday life and those things we see when we look to the sky and beyond our own planet.
(NOTE: Whilst this course is based on the Edexcel IGCSE syllabus, the bulk of its content is applicable to other IGCSE and GCSE curricula. It is a useful course for anyone who needs some additional input, delivered in a different way and with some questions to try!)