Read your relevant specification here to know what you have to learn. We currently have the following maths notes on A-Level Maths Mechanics 1 (M1). (These notes are in alphabetical order to make it easier to find the specific one)

- Hanging Particle Connected By a String to a Pulley on a Slope
- Acceleration, Velocity and Displacement
- Advanced Projectile Questions
- Applications of SUVAT to Two Part Motion
- Basics of Projectiles
- Beams and Moments
- Bearings
- Bodies in Equilibrium
- Cars and Trailers – Summary
- Collisions in Mid Air
- Displacement Between Particles Starting to Move at Different Times
- Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration as Vectors
- Does it Really Matter Which Point You Take Moments About?
- Equations for Projectiles
- Finding the Angle a Hanging Lamina Makes With The Vertical
- Finding the Resultants of Forces
- Finding the Velocity Vector Given Speed and Direction
- Finding the Weight and Centre of Gravity of Non Uniform Beams
- Force and Rate of Change of Momentum
- Forces and Acceleration
- Friction, Coefficient of Friction and Limiting Friction
- Hanging Particle Connected by a Pulley to a Particle on a Table
- Hanging Particles Connected by Pulleys
- Impulse – Newton’s Third Law
- M1 Finding the Minimum Distance Between Two Moving Points
- M1 POSTS START HERE
- More Advanced SUVAT Questions
- More on Relative Vectors and Velocities
- Moving Particles, Position Vectors and Relative Position Vectors
- Particles on Slopes – Advanced Questions
- Particles on Slopes (1)
- Particles on Slopes (2)
- Particles on Wedges Connected By a String
- People in Lifts
- Phrases Used in Suvat Questions
- Piecewise Motion
- Projectiles – Starting From Above or Below y=0
- Solving Particle on Slope Problems
- SUVAT – Distance, Initial Velocity, Final Velocity, Acceleration and Time Questions
- SUVAT with Vectors
- The Principle of Conservation of Momentum
- Two Pulley Systems
- Using Vectors to Fond the Centres of Shapes
- Velocity Time Graphs
- Work Done Against Friction and Gravity

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