FSc Part 1 - Physics
Physics-11 is one of the compulsory subjects for both pre-engineering and pre-medical students. However, it is an elective subject. All lessons of Physics-11 are available on Instutor.com in video format. The lectures are delivered by an experienced teacher Mr. Qasim Jalal who covered all topics of the subject. Furthermore, all examples, numerical and questions are also explained and solved by the teacher. Self-assessment test will also help you to analyze your progress in the first year Physics
Introduction to physics - Physical Quantities - International System of Units - Significant Figur...
2: Vector and Equillibrium
Basic Concepts of Vectors - Vector Addition by Rectangular Components - Product of two Vectors - ...
3: Motion and Force
- Displacement - Velocity - Acceleration - Velocity-Time Graph - Review of Equations of Unifor...
4: Work and Energy
Work Done by a Constant Forces - Work Done By a Variable Forces - Work done by Gravitational Field...
5: Circular Motion
Angular Displacement - Angular Velocity - Angular Acceleration - Relation Between Angular and Lin...
6: Fluid Dynamics
Viscous Drag and Stokes Law - Terminal Velocity - Fluid Flow - Equation of Continuity - Bernoull...
Simple Harmonic Motion - SHM and Uniform Circular Motion - Phase - A Horizontal Mass Spring syste...
Progressive Waves - Periodic Waves - Speed of Sound in Air - Principle of Superposition - Int...
9: Physical Optics
Wave Fronts - Huygen's principle - Interferance of Light Waves - Young's Double slit Experiment ...
10: Optical Instruments
Least Distance of Distint Vision - Magnifying power and Resolving power of Optical Instruments - S...
11: Heat and Thermodynamics
Kinetic Theory of Gasses - Internal Energy - Work and Heat - First law of Thermodynamics - Molar...
Chapter wiseonline MCQ tests
This subject is not created only for engineers or physicists, but it has great impacts on our daily lives. From our communication to movement to health to construction everything depends upon Physics. Cars, cycles, buses, BP apparatus, Xray machine, robots, computer, phone, fans, AC, hence everything is an invention of Physics.
The 1st year Physics book has been developed to make students aware about Theoretical Physics and its applications. It teaches students about measurements, force, motion and behavior of objects and particles and many more.
The book contain eleven chapters which are given below:
2. Vector and Equilibrium
3. Motion and Force
4. Work and Energy
5. Circular Motion
6. Fluid Dynamics
9. Physical Optics
10. Optical Instruments
11. Heat and Thermodynamics
These chapters cover topics such as physical quantities and their units, error and uncertainty calculations, dimensions, torque, vector mathematical functions. Laws of motion, energy and its kinds, types of motions, mechanism of fluid, Bernouli’s equation are also explained with real life examples.
For 1st year students, the Physics paper is based on MCQs, Short Questions and Long Questions. For your easiness we are mentioning the study scheme.
There will be one multiple choice question from chapter 1, chapter 2, chapter 4, chapter 6, chapter 7, chapter 9 and chapter 10. Whereas, two MCQs will based on chapter 3 and 11. The examiner will ask three questions from both 5th and 8th chapters.
This portion consists of 3 Questions which are then subdivided. The division of this part is given below:
Question No.2: Chapter 1 (4 SQs), Chapter 2 (3 SQs), Chapter 3 (4 SQs) and Chapter 6 (1 SQ)
Question No.3: Chapter 4 (3SQs), Chapter 5 (3SQs), Chapter 7 (3SQs) and Chapter 8 (3SQs)
Question No.4: Chapter 9 (3SQs), Chapter 10 (2SQs) and Chapter 11 (4SQs)
For each 2nd and 3rd questions students are required to give answers to 8 questions out of 12. While, the 3rd question contains 9 sub questions out of which answer to 9 in mandatory.
The final exam of 1st year contains 5 long questions, each divided into two parts. Students can give answers to any 3 questions of their own choice. Pairing for this part is given below.
Question No.5: (a) Chapter No.2; (b) Chapter No.3
Question No.6: (a) Chapter No.4; (b) Chapter No.5
Question No.7: (a) Chapter No.7; (b) Chapter No.8
Question No.8: (a) Chapter No.9; (b) Chapter No.1O
Question No.9: (a) ChapterNo.6; (b) Chapter No.11