Good Afternoon lovelies ❤ ❤ ❤

This summary covers Gauss’s Law. I included a lot of examples for the different application of Gauss’s Law so hopefully that should make solving these sorts of problems a lot easier 🙂 Enjoy!

Pdf version: Gauss’s Law

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## Gauss’s Law

## Basic Integration

## One Dimension Motion

## Expansion and Factorisation

## What’s your Study Style

## Electric Charge and Electric Field

## Newton’s Laws of Motion

Good Afternoon lovelies ❤ ❤ ❤

This summary covers Gauss’s Law. I included a lot of examples for the different application of Gauss’s Law so hopefully that should make solving these sorts of problems a lot easier 🙂 Enjoy!

Pdf version: Gauss’s Law

The more topics I cover the more important a good knowledge of the basic rules of integration becomes. If you’re like me you would have covered these rules once in first year and then by the time you need to use them seriously your mind has already gone a little bit fuzzy.

So as a means of revision I did up this nifty little summary of the basic rules of integration 🙂

And… here’s the pdf version ❤ ❤ ❤ Basic Integration

Hello lovely humans 🙂

So despite the crazy cyclonic weather we are having in North Queensland at the moment I still managed to pump out this summary. It is the biggest one I’ve had to do to date and the topics covered are definitely icky .. so if you’re having any dramas or if you need clarification leave me a line in the comments and I’ll see what I can do 🙂

Enjoy ❤ ❤ ❤

Pdf version : One Dimensional Motion

Helllloooooo everyone 🙂

So this summary is all about expansion and factorisation. I’ve included the identities for both binomials and cubics and hopefully within the next week or so I will have found the time to do up a whole other summary surrounding polynomial manipulation.

Hope you find this useful 🙂 Happy Studying ❤

So… more than once I have gotten stuck during a marathon study session. By stuck I mean that I would have been sitting there reading over notes, or doing practice questions and nothing is being absorbed by my brain.

This is because I wasn’t study the right way for me! Turns out that I’m a very tactile learner… I need to be physically doing something (manually solving problems or pacing while I read my notes) otherwise the darn information just doesn’t sink in.

To help save other students some valuable study time I designed this little flow diagram as a means of helping others work out exactly what their study style might be.

This is by no means an exact diagram… it is designed to be an approximation and to help students start to think seriously about how they are spending their study time. hope it helps you as much as it helped me 🙂 Good Luck! Happy Studying ❤ ❤ ❤

Good Morning Scientists of the Future ❤ ❤ ❤

When my professor told me how electric charge was measured I was like Watt! It made me ex-static and shocked to find out how easy it is to calculate Coulomb’s Law. You can do it easily in the comfort of your own Ohm.

Ok that’s it for my thinly-vieled attempts at electrical themed humour..

Revision notes on Electric Charge and Electric Field – as always any questions just drop me a line in the comments section 🙂

Electric Charge and Electric Field

Happy studying ❤ ❤ ❤

Hello hello hello 🙂

Today’s focus is Sir Isaac Newton… the closest thing the physics world has to a rockstar ❤ I’ve included a summary of Newton’s Laws below and just for fun here are my top 3 fun facts about this telescope-inventing, apple-catching genius.

- Sir Isaacs mum wanted him to be a farmer but he rejected this career path and even failed his ‘farming exams’
- He owned more books on historical subjects than on science
- He actually had a Law Degree and was even elected as a member for Parliament for the university in 1700 – but he only held this post for a year.

Bonus Fact: Newton was known for having a massive set of cranky pants that he was constantly causing drama. He had two nervous breakdowns and after his mum died in 1678 he went into a state of withdrawal – basically locking himself away – and only communicating with the briefest of notes.

Okey dokey so here you go… a brief summary of Newton’s Laws. I included some revisionary material in this summary (dot product, conservation of mechanical energy etc.) but hopefully I should have full summary sheets done up for these topics soon.

And here’s the pdf version 🙂 Newton’s Laws of Motion

If there’s anything you don’t understand or if you would like a simpler summary uploaded (I know this one is pretty maths heavy) drop me a line in the comments 🙂

Happy studying ❤ ❤ ❤