Employ relevant contexts from everyday life to give your students a new interpretation of Mechanics. Ensure interest and strengthened learning through new modelling techniques, whilst consolidating knowledge with full A-level exam questions. Filled with A Level content and practice (not updated for 2004 curriculum onwards). Ã¢ Â¢ Build confidence through hundreds of questions at the right level.Ã¢ Â¢ Ensure students are fully prepared for their exams with extensive practice exercises, worked examples and full A-level examination questions.Ã¢ Â¢ Make Mechanics relevant and useful through new applications and modelling techniques from balancing birds to designing a cycle track.Ã¢ Â¢ Promote understanding through consolidation exercises at the end of each topic.Ã¢ Â¢ Educate your students in new technology, integrated within the course.Ã¢ Â¢ Challenge and broaden your students' minds with new interpretations of traditional topics in Mechanics, from building a cradle to bungee jumping.
- Electronic book text | 400 pages
- 15 Jun 2017
- HarperCollins Publishers
- United Kingdom