Physical Sciences - Grade 12

E-LEARNING  |  Podcast , ±33 min episodes every 5 days  | 
Here are all of our e-learning lessons for Physical Sciences - Grade 12. They're brought to you by the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education.
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Lesson 3 - Work energy and power

Physical Sciences lesson 3 - Work energy and power. Mr Linda Xaba presents this lesson and it looks at:
• Different kinds of forces
• Work-the product of the average force and the displacement.
It's brought to you by the KwaZulu-Natal Education Department.

Lesson 2 - Organic Chemistry (Paper 2)

Physical Science: Paper 2 - We focus on Organic Chemistry in this lesson. This is a very interesting branch of Chemistry and it's presented by Mr Khumalo. It's brought to you by the KwaZulu-Natal Education Department.

Lesson 1 - Vertical Projectile Motion and Momentum

Physical Sciences: Lesson 1 - Vertical Projectile Motion and Momentum: covering the basic concepts, definitions, calculations and graphical representations of motion. This lesson is presented by Mr LN Xaba on behalf of the KwaZulu-Natal Education Department.

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