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Acknowledgments
The development, printing and distribution of this student textbook has been funded through the General Education Quality Improvement
Project (GEQIP), which aims to improve the quality of education for Grades 1–12 students in government schools throughout Ethiopia.
The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia received funding for GEQIP through credit/financing from the International Development
Associations (IDA), the Fast Track Initiative Catalytic Fund (FTI CF) and other development partners – Finland, Italian Development
Cooperation, the Netherlands and UK aid from the Department for International Development (DFID).
The Ministry of Education wishes to thank the many individuals, groups and other bodies involved – directly and indirectly – in publishing
the textbook and accompanying teacher guide.
The publisher would like to thank the following for their kind permission to reproduce their photographs:
(Key: b-bottom; c-centre; l-left; r-right; t-top)
Alamy Images: David Ball 198r, Bruce Coleman Inc 55r, David J Green – electrical 71, Phil Degginger 127, Eureka 198l, Image Source 3,
Ingram Publishing 57, mediacolor’s 55l, Mario Moreno 37l, Jonathan Nightingale 37r, North Wind Picture Archives 6, prodme 219, World
History Archive 53, 68, World History Archive 53, 68; Corbis: Bettmann 54, 62, Bettmann 54, 62, Steve Boyle / NewSport 35;
Getty Images: Juan Silva / The Image Bank 56; Science Photo Library Ltd: Professor Harold Edgerton 7, Kenneth Eward / Biografx 4,
David Parker 231, Erich Schrempp 212t
Cover images: Front: Alamy Images: Bruce Coleman Inc br; Getty Images: Juan Silva / The Image Bank tr;
Science Photo Library Ltd: David Parker l
All other images © Pearson Education
Every effort has been made to trace the copyright holders and we apologise in advance for any unintentional omissions. We would be
pleased to insert the appropriate acknowledgement in any subsequent edition of this publication.

Contents
Unit 1 Motion in 2D 1
1.1 Projectile motion 2
1.2 Rotational kinematics 24
1.3 Rotational dynamics 30
1.4 Newton’s law of universal gravitation 40
Unit 2 Electrostatics 49
2.1 Electric charge 50
2.2 Electric forces and fields 60
2.3 Electric potential 67
2.4 Capacitors and capacitances 70
Unit 3 Current electricity 80
3.1 Electric current 81
3.2 Ohm’s Law and electrical resistance 92
3.3 Combinations of resistors 101
3.4 E.m.f and internal resistance of a cell 108
3.5 Electric energy and power 112
3.6 Electric installation and safety rules 115
Unit 4 Electromagnetism 119
4.1 Magnetism 120
4.2 Concepts of magnetic field 126
4.3 Magnetic force 132
4.4 Electromagnetic induction 141
Unit 5 Introduction to electronics 155
5.1 Vacuum tube devices 156
5.2 Conductors, semiconductors and insulators 163
5.3 Semiconductors (impurities, doping) 166
5.4 Transistors (p-n-p, n-p-n) 176
Unit 6 Electromagnetic waves and geometrical
optics 194
6.1 Electromagnetic waves 195
6.2 Reflection of light 199
6.3 Refraction of light 211
Index 236

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Biology, as you discovered last year, is the study of living organisms.
Now, at the beginning of your grade 10 biology course, you are
going to be studying biotechnology.
Biotechnology is the use of micro-organisms to make things that
people want, often involving industrial production.
Biotechnology has always been extremely important. It involves
ways of making and preserving foods and making alcoholic
drinks. Traditional applications of biotechnology involve brewing
beers, making wines, making bread, and making cheese and
yoghurt. Modern applications of biotechnology include using
genetic engineering to change crops and animals; producing new
medicines; and helping to provide new energy sources. It has
enormous significance in helping people to improve and control
their lives.
Biotechnology is based on microbiology. As you know,
microbiology is the study of micro-organisms – tiny living
organisms including bacteria, viruses, fungi and protoctista


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