9-1 Physics

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9-1 Physics is a textbook designed to act as a free, reliable guide for students attempting the 9-1 Physics GCSE.

The table of contents has been structured around the AQA Specification.

This book is intended to be read chronologically.

We recommend that you are familiar with most of GCSE Mathematics as physics, like other sciences, relies on mathematics. Also, if you want to learn how to make the most of this textbook please read here.

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