f00 MATHEMATICS FOR PHYSICS:
Calculate an equivalence
multiples and submultiples of quantities
length and mass measurements
area measurements
volume measurements
time measures
Solving a proportion
Calculate a percentage
calculating the percentage of a number
calculation of the percentage change
Read a formula
the unit quantities
qualitative analysis of a formula
Construct a Cartesian graph
axes and their scale
data representation
reading a graph
Recognize a direct proportionality
direct proportionality formula
direct proportionality graph
from graph to formula in direct proportionality
the linear dependence
Recognize an inverse proportionality
inverse proportionality formula
inverse proportionality graph
Recognize a quadratic proportionality
quadratic proportionality formula
graph of quadratic proportionality
arc of parabola
graph with line and parabola superimposed
Solve an equation
equivalence principles
first principle of equivalence
second principle of equivalences
inverse formula
inverse formulas of solids
Count on powers of 10
multiplication and division of powers of 10
exponentiation of powers of 10
scientific notation
addition and subtraction of numbers written in scientific notation
multiplication, division and exponentiation of numbers written in scientific notation
f01 PHYSICAL QUANTITIES
measurable properties and units of measurement
scientific notation
the order of magnitude
ratio of orders of magnitude
the international system of units of measurement
prefixes of physical quantities
fundamental physical quantities of the SI
definition of the fundamental units of the SI
time lapse
some units of time and their value in seconds
the length
light speed
light year
the mass
the sample kilogram
derived quantities
the area
the square metre
the volume
the cubic metre
the density
conversion between density units
relationship between density, mass and volume
the dimensions of physical quantities
physical dimensions and units of measurement
f02 MEASUREMENT OF A PHYSICAL QUANTITY
the measuring tools
digital and analog measuring instruments
the precision of a measuring instrument
the measuring range and range of a measuring instrument
the sensitivity of a measuring instrument
the readiness of a measuring instrument
the uncertainty of the measurements
uncertainty due to the measuring instrument
random errors
systematic errors
express the uncertainty of a measurement
the uncertainty of a single measurement
the uncertainty of a repeated measurement
the average value
the maximum half-dispersion
statistical analysis of the experimental data
histograms of experimental data
the Gauss curve
the standard deviation
the Gauss curve and the standard deviation
distribution of the experimental data
properties of the Gauss curve
expression of the standard deviation
relative uncertainty
percentage uncertainty
uncertainty of an indirect measurement
uncertainty of the sum and difference
product and ratio uncertainty
calculation of uncertainty on indirect measurements
significant figures
rounding
approximation by default and by excess
the significant figures of a measure
significant figures in operations
multiplication and division of a measure by a number
multiplication and division of measures
addition and subtraction of measures
calculations with significant figures
experimental verification of a physical law
data collection and representation
error bars in the representation of the experimental data
analysis of the experimental graph
f03 VECTORS AND FORCES
scalar and vector quantities
list of scalar quantities
list of vector quantities
graphical and literal representation of a vector
characteristics of a vector quantity: modulus, direction and direction
zero displacement
operations with carriers
addition of two vectors
tip-to-tail method
parallelogram method
the multiplication of a vector by a number
the opposite vector
distributive property of multiplication with respect to addition of two vectors
subtraction of two vectors
decomposition of a vector along two directions
cartesian components of a vector
description of a vector with respect to two Cartesian axes
right triangles: hypotenuse and legs
positive or negative x,y components
modulus of a vector (formula)
modulus of a vector (symbols)
tail of a vector
graphical representation of an applied vector
sine and cosine of an angle
sine and cosine of the principal angles
calculation of the components of a vector with sine and cosine
calculation of the cosine and sine of the angle starting from the components of the vector
operations with vectors in components
addition
multiplication by a number
subtraction
Strength
contact forces
force at a distance
forces change speed
multiple forces applied to the same body
force is a vector
vector sum of forces
the resultant
the dynamometer
the spring
the calibration of the dynamometer
three forces on a body in equilibrium
weight force
relationship between weight-force and mass
the g-value on Earth
the value of g on the Moon
the elastic force
the spring
the graph and table of the force as a function of the displacement in the spring
Hooke's law
the experimental laws
the spring constant k
problems with two parallel springs
the frictional forces
viscous friction
sliding friction
static sliding friction
dynamic sliding friction
relationship between static friction force and dynamic friction force
pressing force
maximum modulus of the static friction force
static and dynamic coefficient of friction
force parallel and force perpendicular to the support surface
f04 EQUILIBRIUM OF SOLIDS
material point and rigid body
equilibrium of the material point
inclined plane
effects of forces on a rigid body
moment of a force
moment of a pair of forces
light
center of gravity
f05 FLUIDOSTATIC
pressure
Pascal's law
Stevin's law
communicating vessels
Archimedes' law
atmospheric pressure
f06 UNIFORM MOTOR SPEED
material point in motion
average and instantaneous speed
inverse speed formulas
space-time graph
uniform rectilinear motion
space-time and speed-time graph
f07 ACCELERATION UNIFORMLY ACCELERATED MOTORCYCLE
average and instantaneous acceleration
time speed graph
motion in a straight line uniformly accelerated from rest
motion in a straight line uniformly accelerated by moving
vertical throw upwards
space-time and velocity-time graphs
f08 MOTIONS IN THE PLANE
position vector and displacement vector
velocity vector and acceleration vector
motion composition
uniform circular motion
centripetal acceleration
harmonic motion
f09 PRINCIPLES OF DYNAMICS
first law of dynamics
inertial frames of reference
force and acceleration and mass
the second law of dynamics
property of weight force
third law of dynamics
f10 FORCES AND MOVEMENT
motion in a fluid
inclined plane
projectile motion
centripetal force
harmonic motions of spring and pendulum
f11 CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
Work
power
kinetic energy
gravitational potential energy
elastic potential energy
conservation of mechanical energy
conservation of total energy
f12 TEMPERATURE AND HEAT
thermometer and temperature scales
thermal expansion
heat and work
heat capacity and specific heat
calorimetro
transitions between states of aggregation
state transitions
f13 GEOMETRIC OPTICAL LIGHT
light rays
reflection
spherical mirrors
refraction
reflection
landed
optical instruments
eye