Oxford University Press
Complete Mechanics for Cambridge International AS & A Level
Phillip Crossley, Martin Burgess, Jim Fensom
Science & Math
Complete Mechanics for Cambridge International AS & A Level
US$ 29.99
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Providing complete syllabus support (9709), this stretching and practice-focused course builds the advanced skills needed for the latest Cambridge assessments and the transition to higher education. Engaging, real world examples make mathematics relevant to real life.

Front Cover
Title Page
1 Straight-line motion and graphs
1.1 Displacement–time graphs
1.2 Velocity–time graphs
2 Constant-acceleration formulae
2.1 Constant-acceleration formulae
2.2 Vertical motion
3 Variable acceleration
3.1 Using differentiation to describe straight-line motion
3.2 Using integration to describe straight-line motion
3.3 Deriving the constant-acceleration formulae
Maths in real-life
4 Forces and resultants
4.1 Resultants
4.2 Components
4.3 Forces in equilibrium
5 Newton’s laws
5.1 Newton’s laws
5.2 Resolving components of the weight when on a slope
5.3 Multiple forces
5.4 Connected particles
6 Friction
6.1 Rough horizontal surfaces
6.2 Rough inclined plane
Maths in real-life
7 Work and energy
7.1 Work
7.2 Kinetic energy
7.3 Gravitational potential energy
7.4 Conservation of energy
7.5 The work–energy principle
8 Power
8.1 Power as the rate of doing work
8.2 Acceleration and variable resistance
9 Momentum
9.1 Momentum
9.2 Collisions
Maths in real-life
Exam-style paper 4A
Exam-style paper 4B
Back Cover
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