IGCSE Physics Ch 3 Electricity (Part 1 of 3) - Cambridge CIE

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Course Description

*This Course is about Extended Cambridge (0625) IGCSE Physics… Chapter 3: Electricity,

* This chapter is divided into three courses

Part1: Basic Electricity,

Part 2: Electromagnetism,

Part 3: Electronics,

This course is only part 1 Basic Electricity,

other parts will be in other courses,

*This course covers all the points in the syllabus that are related to Electricity (Part1),

*The course is directed to the point and restricted to the syllabus nothing less and nothing more, so you will not waste your time, with invaluable speech,

* If you know exactly your syllabus you will appreciate these videos,

* The average video duration is 3 mins so you will not get bored with the course and you can find reasonable points to pause and complete later,

* The full course duration is about 1 hours and 43 mins

* This course includes four lessons:

Lesson 1: Magnetism,

Lesson 2: Electrostatics,

Lesson 3: Electric current (Equations and Theoriticls)

Lesson 4: Home Installation,

This course is arranged so that it covers all points about basic electricity,

This course mainly covers the theoretical parts that puts the basics that will help you answer all past paper questions related to Basic Electricity in paper 1 ( the multiple choice), paper 3 (structured questions), and paper 6 ( the alternative to practical),

Lesson 1 Magnetism, this includes bar magnets, magnetic fields, magnetization and demagnetization methods,

Lesson 2 Electrostatics, includes charged bodies, methods of charging, electric field and electric forces

Lesson 3 Electric current is separated into two parts, the first part is the equations, this includes all the equations related to electric current and electric circuits, also explaining the concepts of voltage, current intensity and electric resistance, after that comes the theoretical part which includes definitions, proving ohm's law, the variable resistor, the potentiometer, and electric symbols,

Lesson 4 Home installation, how electricity reaches our homes, some sources of dangers and safety precautions,

Who this course is for:

  • This course is suitable for Cambridge IGCSE students and all other equivalent syllabi

Course content

4 sections • 38 lectures • 1h 22m total length
  • 02 Magnetic field Experiments: 3 The floating magnet
    01:08
  • 03 Shapes of Magnetic fields
    02:58
  • Expected Outcomes

    1. By the end of this course you will be able to answer every single question in the past papers related to Basic electricity and electric circuits Requirements this course needs the normal student tools to be used in drawing ray diagrams, pencil, protractor, ruler, eraserer Description *This Course is about Extended Cambridge (0625) IGCSE Physics… Chapter 3: Electricity, * This chapter is divided into three courses Part1: Basic Electricity, Part 2: Electromagnetism, Part 3: Electronics, This course is only part 1 Basic Electricity, other parts will be in other courses, *This course covers all the points in the syllabus that are related to Electricity (Part1), *The course is directed to the point and restricted to the syllabus nothing less and nothing more, so you will not waste your time, with invaluable speech, * If you know exactly your syllabus you will appreciate these videos, * The average video duration is 3 mins so you will not get bored with the course and you can find reasonable points to pause and complete later, * The full course duration is about 1 hours and 43 mins * This course includes four lessons: Lesson 1: Magnetism, Lesson 2: Electrostatics, Lesson 3: Electric current (Equations and Theoriticls) Lesson 4: Home Installation, This course is arranged so that it covers all points about basic electricity, This course mainly covers the theoretical parts that puts the basics that will help you answer all past paper questions related to Basic Electricity in paper 1 ( the multiple choice), paper 3 (structured questions), and paper 6 ( the alternative to practical), Lesson 1 Magnetism, this includes bar magnets, magnetic fields, magnetization and demagnetization methods, Lesson 2 Electrostatics, includes charged bodies, methods of charging, electric field and electric forces Lesson 3 Electric current is separated into two parts, the first part is the equations, this includes all the equations related to electric current and electric circuits, also explaining the concepts of voltage, current intensity and electric resistance, after that comes the theoretical part which includes definitions, proving ohm's law, the variable resistor, the potentiometer, and electric symbols, Lesson 4 Home installation, how electricity reaches our homes, some sources of dangers and safety precautions, Who this course is for: This course is suitable for Cambridge IGCSE students and all other equivalent syllabi Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 38 lectures • 1h 22m total length Expand all sections Lesson1 : Magnetism 9 lectures • 15min 00 Introduction to magnetism Preview 02:43 01a Magnetization By Induction Preview 02:36 01b Magnetization by stroking Preview 00:49 01c Magnetozation by electric d.c. current Preview 01:26 02 Magnetic field experiments: 1 Iron Fillings Preview 01:26 02 Magnetic field experiments: 2 Compass method Preview 01:12 02 Magnetic field Experiments: 3 The floating magnet 01:08 03 Shapes of Magnetic fields 02:58 04 Demagnetization 00:58 Lesson2: Electrostatics 7 lectures • 12min 00 Contents 00:52 01 Charge Bodies 01:18 02 Conductors and insulators 03:15 03 Charging Bodies 02:18 04 Quantity of Charge (Q) 01:33 05 Electric Field 01:40 06 Electrostatic Force 00:51 Lesson 3: Electric Current 16 lectures • 41min Part 1(Rules): 00 Contents 01:19 Part 1(Rules): 01a Voltage in a single resistor circuit 03:09 Part 1(Rules): 01b Voltage in seriis and parallel connections 02:54 Part 1(Rules): 01c measuring voltage 01:27 Part 1(Rules): 02 Electric Current Intensity (I) 04:05 Part 1(Rules): 03a Resistance of Wires 02:49 Part 1(Rules): 03b Resistance of Resistors 03:10 Part 1(Rules): All Electric circuits Rules Summary 04:14 Part 2 (Theoreticals): 00 contents 01:10 Part 2 (Theoreticals): 01 Defiitions 02:01 Part 2 (Theoreticals): 02 Effect of Electric current 00:45 Part 2 (Theoreticals): 03 A.C. and D.C. 01:11 Part 2 (Theoreticals): 04 The Variable Resistor 01:58 Part 2 (Theoreticals): 05 Electric Symbols 01:22 Part 2 (Theoreticals): 06 Proving Ohm's Law Practically 06:00 Part 2 (Theoreticals): 07 Potentiometer 03:41 Lesson 4: Home Installation 6 lectures • 14min 00 Contents 00:56 01 Electricity at Homes 02:31 02 Problems with Electricity (Large Current) 02:43 03 Problems with Electricity (Live wire touches metal casing) 04:10 04 Appliance are connected in parallel 03:18 05 Dangers 00:38 Instructor 9 to 12 Teach your self 4.4 Instructor Rating 1,445 Reviews 13,690 Students 5 Courses From 9 to 12 education was founded in 2007 by A.M. 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