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Temperature, Heat and Internal Energy

Specific Heat Capacity

#### Specific Heat Capacity

PHET have two nice simulations that help with this.

1) Calculus Grapher (requires Flash, so try Edge rather than Chrome)

- Ensure integral and derivative are ticked. Now the top graph illustrates displacement, the middle velocity and the bottom acceleration. Try out different shapes and work out how the others change.

- The 'Charts' tab is most useful. Move the man at a constant speed/ accelerating and compare displacement, velocity and acceleration.

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Specific Latent Heat

#### Specific Latent Heat

There are 5 of these SUVAT equations.

## Additional Resources

Additional Resources

Once you are completely confident with your SUVAT and have had some practice, we can start looking at motion in two dimensions, projectiles.

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