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### Form 4

1. Introduction to Physics
1.1     Understanding physics
1.2     Understanding base quantities and derived quantities
1.2.1   Standard form (scientific notation )
1.2.2   Significant figure
1.3     Understanding scalar and vector quantities
1.3.1  Definition of scaler and vector quantities, examples of scalar and vector quantities
1.3.2  Distance and displacement
1.4     Understanding measurement
1.5     Analysing scientific investigation
PEKA : Pendulum

2. Force and Motion
2.1     Analysing linear motion
2.1.1    Speed and velocity
2.1.2    Acceleration and deceleration
2.1.3    The equation of linear motion
2.1.4    Displacement-time graph
2.2     Analysing motion graph
2.3     Understanding inertia
2.4     Analysing momentum
2.5     Understanding the effects of force
2.6     Analysing impulse and impulsive force
2.7     Being aware of the need for safety features in vehicle
2.8     Understanding gravity
2.8.1 Free fall
2.9     Analysing force in equilibrium
2.10   Understanding work, energy, power and efficiency
2.11   Appreciating the importance of maximising the efficiency of devices
2.12   Understanding elasticity
SPM trial :
a. Mrsm 2010 -Impulsive force

3. Force and Pressure
3.1     Understanding pressure
3.1.1    Force and pressure
3.2     Understanding pressure in liquids
3.3     Understanding gas pressure and atmospheric pressure
3.4     Applying Pascal's Principle
3.4.1  Pascal Principle
3.5     Applying Archimedes' Principle
3.5.1 Buoyant force
3.5.1 Actual weight and apparent weight
3.5.3 Archimede's Principle
sample question : clone Trial SBP 2011
3.6     Understanding Bernoulli's Principle
* free download pdf format short notes
SPM Trial :
a. Hydraulic jack
b. MRSM 2010 - Liquid pressure

4. Heat
4.1     Understanding thermal equilibrium
4.2     Understanding  specific heat capacity
4.3     Understanding  specific latent heat
4.4     Understanding the Gas Laws
SPM Trial:
a.  MRSM 2010- Thermal equilibrium
b.  Selangor 2010 -Heat capacity
5. Light
5.1    Understanding reflection of light
5.1.1    Light rays
5.1.2    Reflection of light
5.1.3    Curved mirror
5.1.4    Solar cooker
5.2    Understanding refraction of light
5.2.1    Refraction of light
5.2.2    Snell's Law
5.2.3    Refractive index
5.2.4    Real depth and apparent depth
5.3    Understanding  total internal reflection
5.3.1    Critical angle
5.3.2    Total internal reflection
5.3.3    From refraction to total internal reflection
5.3.4    Inferior mirage
5.4.5    Superior mirage
5.3.6    Total internal reflection in an aquarium
5.3.7    Application of total internal reflection- optical fiber
5.4    Understanding lens
5.4.1    Lens
5.4.2    Spherical and cylindrical lens
5.4.3    Properties of lens
5.4.4    The power of l ens
5.4.5    Ray diagram for converging lens
5.4.6    The thin lens equation
5.4.7    Linear magnification

SPM Trial :