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Grants for Online High School Diploma

We understand that not everyone is fortunate enough to get their undergraduate degree, let alone high school diploma. This time we would like to discuss about grants for online high school diploma. Is there such thing? For your information, grants ca...
by Start Grants on May 12, 2015

Online Classes for High School Diploma Regionally Accredited

Attending online classes for high school diploma allow young students to complete and get certificate of their high school Diploma education through the educational learning platform, Nowadays, students who need to enroll in accredited high school di...

Mark Wahlberg Graduates High School At 42!

Mark Wahlberg recently explained why he felt like getting his high school diploma was so important. I think this sends a great message and shows you can excel at any age. Kudos to you Mark for being a great roll model for your children, and other chi...
by Chicago Fabulous Blog on May 27, 2014

Work, Energy and Power (A level)

Work is done when a force moves the object in the direction of the force and is given by the product of the force and the distance moved in the direction. W = Fs , Where W= Work, F = Constant Force (N), S = Distance moved in the direction of the forc...
by Mini Physics on Feb 23, 2014

Work

Work is done when a force moves the object in the direction of the force and is given by the product of the force and the distance moved in the direction. W = Fs , Where W= Work, F = Constant Force (N), S = Distance moved in the direction of the f...
by Mini Physics on Feb 23, 2014

Energy

Energy of a system is defined as its capacity to do work. SI unit : joules (J) Scalar Quantity   Energy can be converted from one form to another. It can also be transferred from one body to another through work done and/or heat exchanges. ...
by Mini Physics on Feb 23, 2014

Power

Power is defined as the rate of work done or energy converted with respect to time. $P = \frac{W}{t}$ OR $P = \frac{E}{t}$, where W = work, t = time, E = Energy SI Unit for power is watt (W), scalar quantity Another useful equation for power: P = Fv...
by Mini Physics on Feb 23, 2014

Reading kinematics graphs

  For a distance-time graph, the distance never decreases. The gradient of a distance-time graph is the instantaneous speed of the object. When the object is stationary, the distance-time graph will be horizontal.     The above figure...
by Mini Physics on Feb 16, 2014

Electromagnetic Induction

This topic covers “Electromagnetic Induction” of O Level Physics. (Equivalent to American high school diploma) If this is too basic for you, you can try the more advanced version here. Sub-Topics: Electromagnetic induction and links with Faraday...
by Mini Physics on Feb 15, 2014

O Level Physics Formula List

This post contains all the important formulas that you need for GCE O Level Physics. (Equivalent to American High School Diploma) If you do not recognise any of the formulas listed here, you should go review the respective topic.   Measurements...
by Mini Physics on Feb 13, 2014

Force on Conductor in a Magnetic Field

This topic covers “Force on Conductor in a Magnetic Field” of O Level Physics. (Equivalent to American high school diploma) If this is too basic for you, you can try the more advanced version here. Sub-Topics: Force on current-carrying c...
by Mini Physics on Feb 12, 2014

Converging Lens

This topic covers “Converging Lens” of O Level Physics. (Equivalent to American high school diploma) Sub-Topics: Thin converging lenses Ray diagrams for converging lens Application of converging lens   Next Topic: Electromagnetic Spe...
by Mini Physics on Feb 11, 2014

Speed, Velocity and Acceleration

This topic covers “Speed, Velocity and Acceleration” of O Level Physics. (Equivalent to American high school diploma) If this is too basic for you, you can try the more advanced version here. Sub-Topics: Distance vs Displacement Speed vs...
by Mini Physics on Feb 7, 2014

Distance vs displacement

Distance travelled by an object is the length of path taken. SI unit is metre (m) Scalar quantity Can never be negative and distance travelled will never decreases   Displacement is the shortest distance from the initial to the final position of...
by Mini Physics on Feb 7, 2014

Speed vs Velocity

To understand the difference between speed and velocity, you will need to grasp the difference between distance and displacement, which can be found here.   Speed is the distance moved per unit time. SI unit is metre per second ($m \, s^{-1}$) S...
by Mini Physics on Feb 7, 2014

Acceleration

Acceleration of an object is the rate of change of velocity with respect to time. SI unit is metre per second square or metre per second per second ($m \, s^{-2}$) Vector quantity $ a = \frac{v – u}{t}$, where v is final velocity, u is initial...
by Mini Physics on Feb 7, 2014

O Level Physics Quiz

The quizzes are multiple choice question (MCQ) based and separated into their respective topics. They are meant to serve as extra practice questions for O Level Physics. O Level Physics is equivalent to American High School Diploma. Currently in the...
by Mini Physics on Feb 4, 2014

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by Funny Pictures on Jan 13, 2014

Stewardess Recruitment Semarang May 2013 at Garuda Indonesia

Garuda Indonesia (Persero) is looking for a StewardessGaruda Indonesia provides an opportunity for the citizens of the city of Semarang to join together to become a Stewardess. This position is intended for Female with maximum age 27 years and has a...
by BlagBliglug on Apr 26, 2013

Stewardess Recruitment Makassar May 2013 at Garuda Indonesia

Garuda Indonesia (Persero) is looking for a StewardessGaruda Indonesia provides an opportunity for the citizens of the Makassar city to join together become a Stewardess. This position is intended for Female with maximum age 27 years and has a good p...
by BlagBliglug on Apr 26, 2013


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