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All the maths you need to succeed in your Physics examinations

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Whats is Fridge Physics ?

Fridge Physics has been created to support GCSE students with their Maths in Physics (Mathysics) this is a crucial component of GCSE Science/Physics examinations.

The website includes typical exam style questions with video solutions which demonstrate in a straight forward and unique way how to solve these questions using Physics equations.

Questions and video solutions can be found in topic sections, these areas contain the equation plus 4 videos, a demo video explaining how to perform the calculation, a chilled practice question (simple), a frozen practice question (complex) plus a Science in context video.

Content for the 3 main UK examination boards will be available 26th October 2020.

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Density

Density is a measure of how compact the particles are in a substance. Density is defined as the mass per unit volume
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Charge

The size of the current is the rate of flow of charge. Electrons are negatively charged particles and which transfer energy through wires as electricity
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Content is currently free until the 26th October 2020, you will then have the option to purchase a subscription at the cost of £4.99 giving you full access for 2020/2021 academic year.

Full content AQA EDEXCEL and OCR will be live on 26th October 2020

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Edexcel

Edexcel Physics

Motion and forces, Conservation of energy, Waves, Light and the electomagnetic spectrum, Radioactivity, Astronomy, Energy, Forces, Electricity, Static electricity, Magnetism, Electromagnetic induction, Particle model, Forces and matter
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Edexcel Combined 1-9

Motion and forces, Conservation of energy, Waves, Light and the electromagnetic spectrum, Radioactivity, Energy, Forces, Electrical circuits, Magnetism, Electromagnetic induction, Particle model, Forces and matter
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