Introduction & Graphing Review
Motion in a straight line and graphical analysis
Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion
Work, Power, Mechanical Energy
States of Matter
Reflection & Refraction
Lenses & Mirrors
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Mr. Paul Krzyzaniank: firstname.lastname@example.org
863 Physics 1 yr. 11-12 1.0
Physics is the most fundamental and all-inclusive of the sciences. Its basic role and application covers many fields: mechanics, heat, light, electricity, nuclear energy, magnetism. Through our study of these fields it is a goal to develop concepts, ideas and relevance discussions, problem solving techniques, lecture, and laboratory experiments.
Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in the following courses: geometry, algebra II or chemistry is recommended.