Physics 11 is an introductory course and is meant to prepare students for Physics 12 as well as university level Physics. It is a mathematical science in which students will develop the capacity to think critically. Students will work both individually and collectively to analyze and solve problems of a scientific nature. With hands on activities and learning scientific processes, students should develop a positive attitude toward science.

Physics 11 is an introductory course and is meant to prepare students for Physics 12 as well as university level Physics. It is a mathematical science in which students will develop the capacity to think critically. Students will work both individually and collectively to analyze and solve problems of a scientific nature. With hands on activities and learning scientific processes, students should develop a positive attitude toward science.Course Outline & ExpectationsUnit 1 What is physic & mathematical toolkit1.1 what is physics1.2 Significant Figures key1.3 Transposing Formula .....................................................Quiz 1 Sept.181.4 Graphing Review 2012Unit ReviewUnit 2 d, v, and a2.1 Frequency2.2 Average Speed & Acceleration2.3 Distance and Displacement2.4 Distance VS Time Graph2.5 Relative Velocity2.6 Interpreting Graphs and Practice with Instantaneous VelocityVelocity Chapter ReviewUnit 3 acceleration3.1 AccelerationAcceleration and Slope Assignment .......................................Acceleration Assignments3.2 Acceleration Note3.3 Summary of Important Kinematics Equations3.4 Interpreting Velocity Time GraphsQuiz #1 Please print and handed in on Wednesday Nov. 73.5 Acceleration Due Gravity ....................................................Assignment #4 Acceleration due Gravity W/S..................................................... Measure g, the Acceleration due Gravity Lab3.6 Kinematic reviewUnit 4 Forces4.1 Newton's Law of Motion4.2 Newton's Law of Motion4.3 Types of Forces4.4 Friction Force4.5 I Atwood Machine and Tension Force4.5 II Using Newton's law4.6 Force of Gravitation `~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~ Quiz 1 2012`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~ Quiz 2 2012Forces AssignmentsTerm 1 ExamUnit5 Vectors5.1 Graphing Method of Vector Addition5.2 Analytical Method of Vector Addition5.3 Addition practice problems5.4 Applications of Vectors (Equilibrium)Mid term review with answer keyExtra practice for Mid TermUnit6 Motion in two dimensions6.1 Projectile motion Horizontaly launched6.2 Projectile in a free fall6.3 Projectile at an angleUnit 7 Momentum7.1 Impulse and Change in Momentum7.2 Change in Momentum and Impulse7.3 The Conservation of Momentum7.4 Elastic and Inelastic Collisuion in 2DMomentum Review~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~~~~~~~` Term II Questions## ~`

~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~` Term II Test - It Was here until 8:35 Am.Unit 8&9 Work and Energy8.1 Work8.2 Power and Efficiency8.3 Conservation of Energy Part I8.4 Conservation of Energy Part IIExtra PracticeFinal ReviewUnit 9 Thermal Energy10.1 Temperature, Heat and Thermal EnergyUnit 10 The WaveLesson 1- Characteristics of WavesLesson 2- The wave EquationLesson 3- Standing WaveLesson 4- The speed of Light & Snell's LawWave ReviewCalculating the Critical angleUnit 13 Optics13.1 Light reflection & Mirror13.2 Curved Mirror in Class assignment