What makes this Algebra-Based course interesting?
Develop a deep understanding of foundational principles of physics in classical mechanics and modern physics by applying these principles to complex physical situations that combine multiple aspects of physics rather than present concepts in isolation
Discuss, confer, and debate with classmates to explain a physical phenomenon investigated in class
Design and conduct inquiry-based laboratory investigations to solve problems through first-hand observations, data collection, analysis and interpretation
Visit an amusement park to analyze the physics and engineering designs implemented in amusement park rides
Design and build a wind or string instrument the plays a 5-note musical scale.
Use data on the orbits of the moons of Jupiter to calculate the mass of Jupiter.
Explore topics such as Newtonian mechanics (including rotational motion); work, energy, and power; mechanical waves and sound; and introductory, simple circuits.
The following strategies were developed to help you on exam day:
Before beginning to solve the free-response questions, it is a good idea to read through all of the questions to determine which ones you feel most prepared to answer. You can then proceed to solve the questions in a sequence that will allow you to perform your best.
More tips to come as we get near the Exam days….