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NES Physics Flashcards - Summary
Check out these fun physics flashcards to study the terms, concepts, laws and formulas that appear on the NES Physics exam. As you study for the exam with these interactive online study tools, you'll review and memorize important physics topics, such as circuits, energy, harmonic motion and relativity. Other NES Physics topics you'll review include:
- Scientific inquiry and lab safety
- Math applications for physics
- Motion laws
- Electric force
- Waves, light and sound
- Nuclear physics
How They Work
These flashcards can help you quickly commit physics terms and formulas to memory through the act of repetition. Follow the process below to ensure that you review essential NES Physics concepts:
- Open a flashcard set for the NES Physics topic you're studying.
- Identify the physics term or concept on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Flashcards - The History and Nature of Science
Flashcards - Principles and Procedures of Scientific Inquiry
Flashcards - Safety Procedures and Hazards in Scientific Research
Flashcards - Math for Physics
Flashcards - Kinematics
Flashcards - Laws of Motion
Flashcards - Equilibrium and Elasticity
Flashcards - Linear Momentum in Physics
Flashcards - Relativity
Flashcards - Simple Harmonic Motion & Oscillations
Flashcards - Laws of Gravitation
Flashcards - Work, Energy and Power in Physics
Flashcards - Rotational Motion
Flashcards - Fluids and Related Principles in Physics
Flashcards - Thermodynamics in Physics
Flashcards - Circuits in Physics
Flashcards - The Physics of Magnetism
Flashcards - Waves, Sound, and Light
Flashcards - Wave Optics
Flashcards - Modern and Nuclear Physics
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Other chapters within the NES Physics (308): Practice & Study Guide course
- The History and Nature of Science
- Principles and Procedures of Scientific Inquiry
- Safety Procedures and Hazards in Scientific Research
- Interdisciplinary Relationships in Science
- Math for Physics
- Laws of Motion
- Equilibrium and Elasticity
- Linear Momentum in Physics
- Simple Harmonic Motion & Oscillations
- Laws of Gravitation
- Work, Energy and Power in Physics
- Rotational Motion
- Fluids and Related Principles in Physics
- Thermodynamics in Physics
- Electric Force and Charge
- Circuits in Physics
- The Physics of Magnetism
- Waves, Sound, and Light
- Wave Optics
- Modern and Nuclear Physics