 Accuracy, precision
 Add 2 Vectors
 Add 3 Vectors

Adding error bars to excel graphs
Good clear instructions showing how it is possible to add error bars to graphs plotted in Excel
 Adding Vectors

Arithmetic
Quick exercised in arithmetic
 B transform

Beauty of Maths
A lovely powerpoint to illustrate the beauty of numbers
 Cross Product of Vectors
 Cross Product of Vectors

Distance vs time graph
Brief tutorial for distance vs time graph
 Dot Product
 Drawing Vectors

Efficiency calculation
Quick animated explanation of energy efficiency.
 Equation grapher
 Find the slope 1
 Finding the slope

How to plot good science graphs in Excel
Good clear instructions showing how it is possible to plot good quality graphs in Excel
 Integrals

Maths and circles
Definition of Pi, Definition of Radians, Area of a circle, area of a sector.

Micrometer
Overview of how a micrometer works
 Micrometer

Micrometer Vernier Scale
How to read the scale on a micrometer

Parabolic and uniformly accelerating linear motion
Simple, clear animation showing uniform vertical acceleration and a parabolic track

Parabolic motion  velocity vector
Simple, clear animation for the magnitude of the vectors related to parabolic motion

PhET Graphing lines
Another PhET animation to help with gradients on graphs, intercepts etc.

Radioactivity
A lesson extract (8.08) describing alpha, beta and gamma emission. Also includes positron production, penetration and decay chains.
 Resultant Vector
 Roll the dice

S.I. Prefix
Powers of 10

Scalars and Vectors
A short tutorial (7.44) on the differences between scalars and vectors.
 Significant Figures
 The Radian
 Unit Vectors
 Vector Subtraction

Vector sum
Quick, clear animation to show vector addition

Vectors and scalars
Simple explanation of scalar and vectot

Velocity vs time graph
Doodle Science teaches you physics in a less boring way in almost no time! This one starts with speed, the gradient of a distance vs time graphs, then moves on to acceleration, the gradient of a velocity vs time graph and the area under this graph (distance travelled). (1.56)

Worked Example  Free Fall
Worked example (7.18) using the equations of motion to find the height of a building or the time taken to fall.