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Degree: Physics (Masters) - University College London University
I'm currently in my second year of studying for a Physics degree at UCL and I have a real passion for Physics outreach. Having struggled with my learning at school, I understand the challenges of tackling the preparation for the exams at the end of the year.
I like to develop a personal bond with everyone I tutor, so it doesn't matter who you are and where you're from, if you've got determination I can definitely help you! I believe that there are no stupid questions, and I am comfortable with providing different explanations and approaches to hard-to-understand topics.
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Maryam (Student) September 14 2016
Speed is a scalar, which means the car's speed will be a value that has a magnitude (number) only. Velocity is a vector, which means that the car's velocity will be a value that has both magnitude and direction. In this case, the car is changing its direction of travel but the magnitude of the speed stays the same.see more
When light travels into a medium with a higher refractive index than the one it was previously travelling in, it bends towards the normal.