iGCSE / GCE O Level Physics - Electricity & Magnetism

Udemy iGCSE / GCE O Level Physics - Electricity & Magnetism

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Static Electricity |Current of Electricity |Direct Current Circuit |Practical Electricity |Magnetism | Induction


What you'll learn
  • This course covers the iGCSE / GCE O Level Physics syllabus for - (a) Electricity and (b) Magnetism.
  • For Electricity and Magnetism you will learn about - (1) Static Electricity, (2) Current of Electricity, (3) Direct Current Circuits, (4) Practical Electricity, (5) Magnetism, (6) Electromagnetism, and (7) Electromagnetic Induction.

Requirements
  • There are no course requirements.

Description
This course covers the iGCSE / GCE O Level Physics syllabus for - (a) Electricity, and (b) Magnetism.
For Electricity and Magnetism you will learn about - (1) Static Electricity, (2) Current of Electricity, (3) Direct Current Circuits, (4) Practical Electricity, (5) Magnetism, (6) Electromagnetism, and (7) Electromagnetic Induction.
There are 7 sections in total. Each section has 3 lectures.
The section begins with a discussion of electric charges that are static, i.e. not moving. Next, we study the phenomena associated with moving charges and the concepts of current, voltage and resistance. We also study how these concepts are applied to simple circuits and household electricity. Thereafter, we study the interaction of magnetic fields to pave the way for the study of the interrelationship between electricity and magnetism. The phenomenon in which a current interacts with a magnetic field is studied in electromagnetism, while the phenomenon in which a current or electromotive force is induced in a moving conductor within a magnetic field is studied in electromagnetic induction.
Who this course is for:
  • This course is suitable for students undertaking the Cambridge iGCSE or GCE O Level for Physics.
  • Students from over 160 countries are suitable for this course. These countries include - (1) UK, (2) Malaysia, (3) Singapore, (4) New Zealand, (5) India, (6) Bahrain, (7) Qatar, (8) Canada, and so on.
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