Salters Horners advanced physics: A2 student book

The "Salters Horners Advanced Physics" series provides a course in advanced physics for students and teachers.

It places physics into social, industrial, environmental and historical contexts, and covers the A Level specifications in place from September 2000. The materials have been successfully trialled in pilot schools, with the final versions refined following feedback from teachers, students and technicians.

This A2 Level student's book offers:

maths support notes - providing a review of GCSE maths and an introduction to early A Level maths for students with less mathematical ability and higher level maths for the mathematically-minded; applications-led illustrations of the social, economic of industrial aspects of physics, for example, designing buildings to withstand earthquakes, to help students understand the relevance of physics in everyday life.

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Author(s)Anne Trevillion, Geoff Priddle
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Shelf referenceA 530 TRE
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