If you can’t get to school due to the snow, here is some physics work so that you can keep up with the course.

We started looking at Ohm’s Law last week. Go to the HelpMyPhysics site and try the Ohm’s Law activities there. I have also uploaded some additional problems taken from our classroom booklets. Click on the download link below to get your copy. You can leave a comment here if you get stuck or want to ask a question.

Hi Kuba,
Thanks for leaving your comment.
Try thinking about other things we sometimes measure.
For example, how many metres are there in a kilometre?
Or how many grams of sugar would you need to make a kilogram of sugar?
Does this help?

how much of the questions in the snow day thing do you hav ti do?

Hi Gavin,

It would be great if you tried all of them. I will go over them first lesson next week.

Alright sir.. whats e crac ? ;P

Im stuck on question 6 and 10 couse i cant change kilo ohms to Ohms it doesnt say that on a sheet..

Hi Kuba,

Thanks for leaving your comment.

Try thinking about other things we sometimes measure.

For example, how many metres are there in a kilometre?

Or how many grams of sugar would you need to make a kilogram of sugar?

Does this help?

Let me know if you are still stuck.