is the study of motion. It is used widely and is generally taught as the core
of an introduction to physics course. This web page will explain the true meaning
of various physics terms, such as force, acceleration and velocity. How much damage
is caused in a car crash? What direction does an airplane have to fly in a 30
m/s wind? All of these questions will be answered at PHYSICS Master (c).
web site is targeted at juniors and seniors in high school. Knowing calculus is
a plus, but it is not necessary to understand the content of this site. Even,
younger readers may find this explanation useful, though at least an eight grader's
understanding of algebra is needed. The demographic of this web page need not
limit a reader's interest. Many people may find calculating various properties
of particles, fascinating. I know the creators of this page do.
note that this page only encompasses beginner's mechanics. There are more complex
versions of it and it is often worth picking up a few books at the library to
expand your knowledge. There are also many other branches of physics. If you dont'
enjoy mechanics, then you can try another topic, like astrophysics or optics.