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If you are a basic subscriber you will have free access to all the site pages on Saturday and Sunday, 4th and 5th February! Check out all the resources available to help you with your physics revision/self-study. If you are not a basic subscriber,...2 February 2023
Making a full wave rectifier can be difficult but it's simpler if you build it in two stages. Here LEDs are used to bring the circuit to life. First a line of 3 LEDs are connected in the same direction so they all come on when the current...1 January 2023
Friction is good
There have been a lot of this sort of video on the Internet this week and they high light something that is often a source of misconception. you will have learnt that friction opposes motion so when you draw friction acting on a car it seems...31 December 2022
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