Here is the post general knowledge of physics 6 most detailed and complete. This lesson not only systematizes the entire theory and formulas to remember in the two chapters of mechanics and thermodynamics, but also practice answering related review questions. Thereby, helping students master general knowledge to understand the details of the lesson, and at the same time prepare well for school exams.
Synthesize knowledge of physics 6 semesters 1 – mechanics
Learning physics 6 chapters of mechanics, we understand some concepts like what is force? What is gravity? What is volume? What types of simple machines are there, how do they help people… Here are the theory & formulas to remember.
Mechanics chapter theory
Synthesize knowledge to remember the chapter of mechanics
STT  Knowledge to remember 
Content 
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Length measuring tool 
Some tools used to measure length such as straight ruler, tape measure, tape measure … 
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Measuring limit of ruler 
GHD is the maximum length recorded on the ruler 
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Minimum division of ruler 
DCN is the length between 2 consecutive divisions on the ruler How to calculate the LDC of the ruler: DCN = (Large number – small number)/number of segments 
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Length unit 
A quantity used to measure the distance between two points The legal unit of length is the meter (symbol: m). There are also millimeters (mm), centimeters (cm), decimeters (dm), kilometers (km)… 
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How to measure length 
Step 1: Estimate the length to measure Step 2: Choose the right measure Step 3: Measure and read the correct result 
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Volumetric Instrument 
Measuring cup and graduated cylinder are two instruments used to measure liquid volume 
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Measuring limit of graduated cylinder 
Is the maximum value recorded on the top line on the flask. 
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Minimum division of the graduated cylinder 
Is the volume between two consecutive divisions on the flask 
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Unit of volume measurement 
In the International System of Units (SI), the standard unit of volume is the cubic meter (m³). 
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What is volume? 
Mass is a measure of the amount of substance in an object 
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Mass measuring instrument 
The most common mass measuring instrument is the balance. Some types of scales such as: swing scales, Robecval scales, medical scales, watch scales, electronic scales, etc. 
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Unit of mass measurement 
The official unit of mass in our country is the kilogram, symbol Kg . 
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What is force? 
A force is any influence that causes an object to change, either affecting its motion, direction, or its geometrical structure. There are different types of forces such as: push, pull, suction, friction, etc. 
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Force measuring instrument 
Using a dynamometer we can measure the magnitude of the force 
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Unit of force measurement 
The unit of force is the Newton 
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Effect symbol 
WOMEN 
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Direction and direction of force 
Direction can be vertical, horizontal, oblique Dimensions can be from top to bottom or bottom to top 
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Two forces balance 
How to determine two balancing forces

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What is gravity? 
Gravity is the force of gravity on the earth 
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Direction and direction of gravity 
Gravity is vertical. Topdown (towards the earth) 
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What is weight? 
The weight of an object is the magnitude of the force of gravity acting on the object The weight symbol is P . 
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Spring dynamometer 
Spring dynamometer is used to measure the magnitude of the force The spring dynamometer structure includes: dynamometer housing, spring, indicator needle, two hangers, graduated scale 
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How to identify elastic objects? 
When an object is impacted by a force, it deforms, but when the object stops, it returns to its original shape => the object is elastic. 
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What is specific gravity? 
The mass of one cubic meter of a substance is called its density 
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The unit of measurement of specific gravity 
The unit of density is kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m³). 
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How to determine the density of a substance? 
The density of a substance is determined by the mass of a unit volume (1m3) of that substance: D = m/V 
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What is specific gravity? 
The weight of one cubic meter of a substance is called its specific gravity 
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Specific weight unit 
N/m³ 
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Simple mechanical machines 
Simple machines are tools that make work easier 3 types of simple machines: Truckle Lever Incline 
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The effect of different types of pulleys 

Mechanics chapter formulas to remember
Students memorize the formulas below so that they can apply them to solve the 6 physics chapter of mechanics
Recipes to remember 
Note 
The formula for calculating spring deformation: Δl = l – lo 
Δl: Spring strain lo: Initial length of spring (natural length) l: Length of spring after deformation 
The formula for relation between weight and mass: P = 10.m 
P: Weight of the object m: Mass of the object 
The formula for calculating the density of an object: D = mV 
D: Density (Kg/m³) m: Mass (Kg) V: Volume (m³) 
Formula for calculating specific gravity of an object d = PV 
D: Specific gravity (N/m³) N: Newton P: is the weight (N) V is the volume (m³) 
Formula for calculating specific gravity by specific gravity: d = 10 x D 
d: Specific gravity, unit of specific gravity is N/m3 D: Density 
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Some units to remember
The unit of measurement is a very important piece of knowledge to remember, in many types of exercises we need to convert to the correct unit of measurement to be able to solve the problem correctly. Below is a table of unit conversion and how to convert units of length, mass …
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Unit of measurement of mass
Kg: Kilogram
Hg: Hectogram
Dag: Decagram
G: Gram
Other units: Tons, weights, oats
Two units of mass that are 10 times more or less adjacent to each other
The large unit in front is 10 times larger than the adjacent smaller unit (1 quintal = 10 nests).
The smaller unit behind is equal to 1/10 of the previous unit (for example, 1 nest = 1/10 quintal)
Time unit
Time unit 
Symbol (if any) 
1 minute = 60 seconds 
1p = 60s 
1 hour = 60 minutes 
1h = 60p 
1 day = 24 hours 
1 day = 24 hours 
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Synthesize knowledge of physics 6 semesters 2 – thermodynamics
Through this chapter, we will answer some questions such as how do substances expand because of heat? What is melting, freezing, evaporation and condensation?…
Chapter theory of thermodynamics
STT  Knowledge to remember 
Content 
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Conclusions about thermal expansion of solids 
When the temperature increases, the solid expands, when the temperature decreases, the solid contracts Different solids expand at different temperatures 
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Conclusions about thermal expansion of liquids 
Liquids expand when heated, contract when cooled Different liquids expand at different temperatures 
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Conclusions about thermal expansion of gases 
Gas expands when heated, contracts when cooled Different gases expand because of the same heat 
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Application of thermal expansion of solids, liquids, and gases 
Application of thermal expansion of solids
Application of thermal expansion of liquids Application of thermal expansion of gases 
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Uses and working principles of thermometers 
Thermometer used to measure temperature The principle of operation of the thermometer is: It works based on the phenomenon of thermal expansion of substances 
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What factors does the evaporation rate depend on? 
The rate of liquid evaporation depends on 4 factors: temperature, wind, surface area, and properties of each type of liquid. 
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Concepts of melting, freezing, evaporation, condensation and boiling 
Melting and freezing The change from solid to liquid state of a substance is called melting. Conversely, the change from liquid to solid is called solidification. Evaporation and Condensation The change from liquid to vapor is called evaporation. The change from vapor to liquid is called condensation. Boiling Boiling is the process of changing from a liquid to a gas that occurs both inside and on the surface of a liquid. 
Thermodynamics chapter formulas to remember
Formula Celsius and Fahrenheit
1°C = 1.8°F
Formula to convert degrees F to degrees C
°C = (°F – 32°F)/1.8°F
Formula to convert degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit
°F = °C x 1.8°F + 32°F
Some units to remember
Unit of volume measurement
The volume unit conversion table to remember
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Formula to convert liters (L) to other units of volume measurement

1 L = 1000 ML

1 L = 1000 cm3

1 cm3 = 0.001 L

1 L = 1 dm3

1 L=0.001 m3

1 m3 = 1000 L
Some questions to review physics knowledge 6
Question 1: Fill in the missing words in the following sentences

The unit of length is …………………….

The unit of volume measurement is …………..

The unit of force is …………………….

The unit of measurement for mass is ………….

The unit of measurement for density is…
Verse 2: Proceed to change the following units
1.05 km = …… m
105 dm = …….m
0.25 m3 =……..dm3
1.05 quintal =………kg
290 g = ………….kg
Verse 3What is the push and pull effect of one object on another called?
Question 4: Use the words in the following three boxes to make 5 different sentences
Attraction – thrust – traction 
Soccer ball – ping pong ball – plow – nail – piece of iron 
Buffalo
Football goalkeeper
Nail pulling pliers
Bar magnet
Table tennis racket
Question 5: If there are only two forces acting on the same object at rest, what are the two forces called?
Verse 6: Give an example to prove the existence of gravity?
Verse 7: An object has a weight of 250 N. What is the mass of the object?
Verse 8: Fill in the blanks with suitable words
a, The density of copper is 8900…….
b, The weight of a dog is 70…….
c, Specific gravity of cooking oil is 8000…..
d, The volume of water in a water tank is 3……
Verse 9: Name 3 types of simple machines that you have learned
Question 10: What are the uses and working principles of thermometers? Which thermometer is used to measure the human body temperature?
Question 11: Why is it easier to break when we pour nóng water into a thick glass than when we pour nóng water into a thin glass?
Answer
Question 3: Force
Question 4:
The buffalo exerts traction on the plow
The soccer goalkeeper exerts a force on the soccer ball
The nail extractor exerts a pull on the nail
The bar magnet exerts a force of attraction on the iron piece
The ping pong racket exerts a force on the ping pong ball
Question 5: Two forces balance
Question 6:
Dropping a piece of chalk, the chalk falls to the ground because the earth exerts a force of attraction on the chalk.
Humans living on earth do not fall into space because of the gravity of the earth
Verse 7: We have P = 10.m => m = P/10 = 250/10 = 25 kg
Verse 8:
a, Kilograms per cubic meter
b, Newton
d, Newtons per cubic meter
e, Cubic meter
Verse 9: Lever, inclined plane, pulley
Question 10:
Thermometer used to measure temperature
Thermometers work based on the thermal expansion properties of liquids
Use medical thermometer to measure human body temperature
Question 11:
When pouring water into a thick glass, the inner glass layer in contact with the water will heat up first and expand. While the outer layer of glass has not yet heated up and has not expanded. As a result, the outer glass layer suffers from the inside out and the cup breaks. With a thin cup, the inner and outer glass layers heat up and expand at the same time so the cup does not break.
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