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Is there a reference kit for the Physics Olympiad?
$\begingroup$For the IYPT, another Physics Olympiad, with a higher focus on experimental physics and scientific discussions, there’s a special Reference Kit, which gives you the background knowledge for solving the specific problems, sometimes there are some more general books on the list, too. Here’s the link: kit.ilyam.org$\endgroup$ – Carina
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What are the CIE IGCSE biology revision papers?
CIE IGCSE Biology Revision. Papers 1-6. Topic 1: Characteristics and Classification of Living Organisms. Topic 2: Organisation of the Organism. Topic 3: Movement in and out of Cells. Topic 4: Biological Molecules. Topic 5: Enzymes. Topic 6: Plant Nutrition. Topic 7: Human Nutrition. Topic 8: Transport in Plants. Topic 9:
What are the 5 main topics in biology?
Topic 1: Characteristics and Classification of Living Organisms. Topic 2: Organisation of the Organism. Topic 3: Movement in and out of Cells. Topic 4: Biological Molecules. Topic 5:
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How do you find the stopping distance from thinking distance?
The stopping distance (SD) is the thinking distance plus the braking distance, which is shown in Equation 1. We can now get equations for TD and BD using kinematics and Newton’s second law (ΣF = ma).
What is the difference between braking distance and stopping distance?
The braking distance (BD) is the distance required to stop once the brakes have been engaged, and static friction between the tires and the road are the dominant retarding force slowing the car to a stop. Adding these two distances together gives us the stopping distance (SD).
Why does stopping distance increase with increasing speed?
Stopping distance increases exponentially with increasing speed because the initial speed of the car is squared in the braking distance equation. For example, it takes an extra 24 m to stop traveling at 20 m/s compared to 10 m/s.
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What is the physics aviary?
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