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PHYSICS WORKBOOK: LEVEL 2 - (Algebra)

graphing skills  ,  Newton's 3 law in depth: frictional forces , equilibrium
hooke's law , torques, momentum , conservation of momentum
work, energy and power: work theorem, units, conservation
kinematics 1D


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Math skills

Math skills I
graphing skills / slope and y-intercept
best fit line / deriving relationships in Sciences
graph papers
(take 5 lines per page)
how to use the TI, best fit line
(optional, depends on level)
Hooke's law   application linear relationship /
and equilibrum.

history component:

from Copernicus to Newton - motion in heaven
kinematics 1D          
                                                                            

Kinematics 1 -
applying graphing  skills to derive
kinematics; equations. relationships between
displacement, velocity and acceleration.
Kinematics 2 - more on acceleration and
graphing motion. deriving the equations of motion also called the " big five" .
 How to use them.
kinematics3   - Free-fall
lab: Galileo and kinematics
                                                                                                                                                                          
Newton's Laws
principle of inertia / equilibrum / forces
                                                                                     
Newton's 1st law : Introduction to Newtons'
3 laws -  Inertia -
forces, frictional FORCES (+ air resistance)
concept of forces revisited, balanced forces
(acceleration = 0 )
Torques (lab)    equilibrum 
Newton's 2nd law : F = m a or
 F t = m (V2 -V1)  and applications.
problems with an elevator.
force is what causes acceleration.
Newton's third law -  action/reaction
momentum and impulse -
conservation of momentum in collisions                                                                                                                             

Work/energy/power
                                                                                                                
WORK, POWER,  ENERGY    review quiz
concept of work and power, forms of energy,
conservation of energy, work theorem
difference between energy and momentum                                                                                                                  
 

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