This course introduces basic physics concepts, including the fundamental laws of matter and energy, velocity and acceleration, thermodynamics and heat, acoustics and sound waves, reflection and refraction of light, electricity, magnetism, and quantum theory. Material is presented through detailed explanations with a touch of humor, which helps students grasp the more perplexing questions. Wherever possible, the principles of physics are illustrated by everyday experience and practical devices. Students are shown how many kinds of technology—from the camera to the car—actually function. Numerous illustrative problems are solved in detail.
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Complete all chapter questions and problems, and 12 tests. The chapter exercises are to be graded by the instructor; tests will be graded by Christian Liberty (CLASS).
There is no lab requirement for this course. If you wish to add a lab component (33 experiments) that you would complete independently and not return to CLASS, you may purchase our physics lab kit.
|Suggested Grade: 11th - 12th|
|Prerequisites: Algebra 1 (e.g., the Saxon course) and geometry (e.g., the Bob Jones course); Algebra 2 (e.g., this Saxon course) is recommended|
|Academic Credit: 1.0 credit|
|Course Materials: textbook, solution key, and student tests packet (containing 12 tests)|
|Primary Text Details|
|Title: Physics: The Foundational Science|
|Authors: Sean Vinaja and Ed Rickard|
|Publisher: Abeka Book|
|Copyright: 2011 (2nd edition)|
|Softbound: 466 pages|