A new Physics textbook titled “Calculations in Physics for College Students – Volume 1” for SS1 – SS3 Science students is now available.
It is majorly for Year 10 (SS1) to Year 12 (SS3) students. As the title suggests, the book contains strictly calculations in Physics for college students.
The book covers calculations in WAEC’s current senior secondary school Physics curriculum, calculations in all JAMB’s topics required for UTME, calculations in some IGCSE topics, calculations in NECO’s entire current Physics curriculum and calculations in few Cambridge AS Level topics.
All the relevant formulas needed for WAEC’s Physics curriculum, NECO’s Physics curriculum, JAMB’s Physics curriculum for UTME and IGCSE Physics curriculum are included in the book.
This Volume 1 contains calculations in the following topics: Units and Measurements, Linear Motion, Projectile Motion, Hooke’s Law and Elasticity, Work, Energy and Power, Vectors, Moments and Forces, Equilibrium of Bodies in Liquids, Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM) and Linear Momentum.
In every topic in each chapter of the book, all possible calculations a student is likely to come across are solved as examples with detailed explanations. Some of the solved calculations are actually past Physics questions from WAEC, NECO, JAMB, IGCSE and Cambridge AS Level.
Immediately after the solved calculations, you would find exercise containing several practice questions for students to practice. These practice questions are majorly from WAEC, NECO, JAMB and Cambridge IGCSE. Students can later check the answers to the practice questions on the answer page.
School owners and school administrators are encouraged to get this book for their SS1 – SS3 Science students. This will solve a lot of problems in Physics for the students, the Physics teachers and the school at large.
To get the hard copies of the book or for any enquiry, contact: (+234)08033487161 or (+234)08177093682 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The book is also available on Amazon.
For the preview of the book, you can check here: