Fridge Physics

All the Maths I need in my Science and Physics examinations!

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Fridge Physics has been created to support you with applying Maths in Science and Physics, this is an important part of GCSE Science/Physics examinations.

This website includes over 150 videos and exam style questions with solutions about how to successfully complete the Maths to solve problems using Physics equations, all in a clear, fun and unique way.

The Maths content in Science and Physics can often appear to be hidden, however Fridge Physics extracts this key content to help you learn and master.

Don’t forget over 35% of Science and Physics exams are Maths based, so Fridge Physics will really help boost your grade and understanding.

Each solution includes:

  • A Demo video with a question which explains how to perform the calculation.
  • The Equation.
  • A simple – Chilled practice question with a video solution.
  • A complex – Frozen practice question with a video solution.
  • A Science in context video.
  • Content continually replaced and reviewed.

To start learning click on your exam board or select All Solutions to view our All Solution Index Page.

Weight on the Moon

Weight is the force acting on an object due to gravity. The weight of an object is defined as the force of gravity on the object and can be calculated as the mass times the acceleration due to gravity.
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Pressure in a Gas

Gas Pressure is created when gas particles collide with the walls of their container. The more often the particles collide with the walls, and the faster they are moving, the greater the pressure.
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Kinetic Energy

In physics, the kinetic energy (KE) of an object is the energy that it has due to its motion. It is defined as the work needed for an object of a known mass to accelerate to a given velocity.
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Forces and Work Done

The unit for work done is the joule (J), or Newton meter (N-m). One joule is equal to the amount of work that is done when 1 N of force moves an object over a distance of 1 m.
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Force on a Spring

When a force acts on a spring it is stretched or compressed, its length will changes by an amount e from its original length.
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