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About the Course
Learn and master all the topics of A Level Mechanics for the A Level Mathematics (9709) syllabus from intuitively designed videos and exercises inside this course. You will get exposure to past exam paper questions as well as to how the solutions must be executed. Other than striving for exam excellence, you will get to nurture satisfaction in learning Math by understanding the everyday applications. This course is also a good foundation to those who would wish to study A Level Futher Mechanics (9231). Enroll now!!

Key concepts of each topic explained

How to handle common exam questions

Highquality questions to ensure sufficient practice
Course curriculum

1
Forces and Equilibrium
 Introduction
 Resultant forces 1
 Resultant forces 2
 Components of a Force
 Worked Example 1  Resultant Forces
 Worked Example 2  Resultant Forces
 Equilibrium of forces
 Worked Example 3  Equilibrium of Forces
 Worked Example 4  Equilibrium of Forces
 Lamis Theorem
 Worked Example 5  Lami's Theorem
 Contact Forces
 Friction
 Worked Example 6  Friction
 Worked Example 7  Friction, Threaded Rings
 Inclined Planes
 Worked Example 8  Inclined Planes

2
Kinematics of motion in a straight line
 Introduction
 Travel graphs
 Travel Graphs  Negative velocity
 Equations of motion
 Equations of motion  Worked Examples
 Vertical Motion
 Vertical Motion  Worked Examples
 Vertical Motion  Two Particles
 Problems Involving Calculus
 Problems Involving Calculus  Worked Examples

3
Newton's Laws of Motion
 Introduction
 Application of Newton's Laws (Worked Example 1  Horizontal Planes)
 Application of Newton's Laws (Worked Example 2  Inclined Planes)
 Connected Particles on a plane (Worked Example)
 Worked Examples 2  Smooth Fixed Pulleys
 Worked Examples 3  Smooth Fixed Pulleys
 Worked Examples 4  Horizontal Plane and Fixed Pulley
 Worked Examples 5  Inclined Plane and Fixed Pulley

4
Momentum
 Introduction
 Worked Example 1  Two particles colliding, one initially stationary
 Worked Example 2  Particles moving directly towards each other
 Loss in Kinetic Energy
 Bodies coalesce on impact
 Worked Example 3  Bodies coalesce on impact
Instructor

Walter Chatyoka
Maths Teacher
walterchatyoka@gmail.comWith over a decade of experience teaching High School Maths and Science , I have grown to become a very effective and versatile teacher. I'm very passionate about teaching Maths and I have managed to produce excellent results for my students.
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