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Physics [Credit Recovery]

Physics [Credit Recovery]

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Course Description\nPhysics is designed to provide students with an overview of traditional physics and the latest research in the field. Beginning with Newtonian mechanics, students learn that every object is acted upon by multiple predictable forces. The course moves on to investigate the laws of thermodynamics, covering fluid mechanics and the relationship between matter and energy. The course also explores the various models used to explain and apply the universal forces of electricity and magnetism. Students learn the characteristics of waves and the basics of optics before the final set of lessons on atomic physics. Here, students review the characteristics of the atom and its elemental particles and apply their knowledge to modern physics. Topics in this course will be reinforced through interactive, online lab assignments.\n\nCourse Breakdown\n\n Frames of reference\n Distance and displacement\n Speed and velocity\n Types of acceleration\n Forces and their effect on motion\n Satellite and projectile motion\n Newton’s Three Laws of Motion\n Work and power\n Kinetic and potential energy\n The law of conservation of energy\n Momentum and collisions\n Machines and their advantages Circular motion\n Simple harmonic motion\n Pendulums\n Kepler's laws\n Electrostatics\n Units and movement of charges\n Coulomb's law\n Electric and electromotive forces\n Waves and wave motion\n The wave equation\n Applications of sound\n The Doppler effect\n Types of interference in waves\n\nCourse Goals\n Apply the principles of kinematics to one-dimensional motion and two-dimensional systems.\n Apply Newton's Laws of Motion to forces and related quantities in linear systems.\n Analyze conservation principles as applied to energy and momentum.\n Distinguish between multiple types of simple machines and their properties. Distinguish circular and simple harmonic motion from linear motion.\n Describe the properties of electrical charges and their motions as influenced by electric fields and forces.\n Extend knowledge of electrostatic and electromotive systems to usage of energy.\n Describe the properties and interaction of different waves and the relationships between them.

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