# Physics Print

Physics is the study of motion. In this course, students will learn about motion in one and two dimensions, rotational motion, force, power, momentum, and energy. Students will explore topics such as thermodynamics, optics, and wave mechanics. Finally, they will gain a basic understanding of atomic subatomic physics, electricity, and magnetism.

Students will be provided with Physics

Textbook ISBN:

**MHID:** 0076774767**ISBN 13:** 9780076774760

When you have completed this course, you will be able to:

1. Apply the scientific method.

2. Interpret graphs to describe motion.

3. Create free-body diagrams.

4. Identify relationships between variables.

5. Apply Newton’s laws of motion.

6. Add vectors graphically and algebraically.

7. Solve motion problems in two dimensions.

8. Apply Kepler’s laws.

9. Apply law of conservation of momentum, angular momentum, and energy.

10. Find inertial and gravitational masses.

11. Analyze collisions.

12. Determine the potential or kinetic energy of a system.

13. Apply the laws of thermodynamics.

14. Apply the combined gas law and the ideal gas law.

15. Utilize Pascal’s principle, Archimedes’ principle, and Bernoulli’s principle to fluids.

16. Solve simple harmonic motion problems.

17. Compare and analyze various types of waves.

18. Solve illumination, mirror, and lens problems.

19. Apply Snell’s law.

20. Compare and contrast conductors, insulators, and semiconductors.

21. Apply Coulomb’s and Ohm’s laws.

22. Analyze electrostatic forces.

23. Diagram circuits in parallel and series.

24. Determine the electric potential, power, capacitance, EMF, and resistance in a system.

25. Analyze the relationship between magnetic fields and electric currents.

26. Compare the electromagnetic wave theory to the particle theory.

27. Apply the Heisenberg uncertainty principle.

28. Describe the structure of the atom.

29. Apply the band theory of solids.

30. Analyze radioactive decay

### Course Outline

Chapter 1: A Physics Toolkit

Chapter 2: Representing Motion

Chapter 3: Accelerated Motion

Chapter 4: Forces in One-Dimension

Chapter 5: Displacement and Force in Two Dimensions

Chapter 6: Motion in Two Dimensions

Chapter 7: Gravitation

Chapter 8: Rotational Motion

Chapter 9: Momentum and Its Conservation

Chapter 10: Work, Energy, and Machines

Chapter 11: Energy and Its Conservation

Chapter 12: Thermal Energy

Chapter 13: States of Matter

Chapter 14: Vibrations and Waves

Chapter 15: Sound

Chapter 16: Fundamentals of Light

Chapter 17: Reflection and Mirrors

Chapter 18: Refraction and Lenses

Chapter 19: Interference and Diffraction

Chapter 20: Static Electricity

Chapter 21: Electric Fields

Chapter 22: Electric Current

Chapter 23: Series and Parallel Circuits

Chapter 24: Magnetic Fields

Chapter 25: Electromagnetic Induction

Chapter 26: Electromagnetism

Chapter 27: Quantum Theory

Chapter 28: The Atom

Chapter 29: Solid-State Electronics

Chapter 30: Nuclear and Particle Physics