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Applied Physics/Technology is a high school course in 6- Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion

applied science for vocational-technical and college- 7- Terminal Velocity
bound students. The material studied shows how 8- Mass Vs Weight
technical concepts can be analyzed and applied to 9- Calculating Force due to Friction
equipment and devices in mechanical, fluid, electrical, 10- The Four Fundamental Forces
and thermal energy systems. The course is designed for 11- Gravitational Force
students to explore and apply the principles of technology
6- Kinematics in 2 Dimensions
in a classroom setting with hands-on laboratory activities.
1- What Do Vectors Represent?
Within each chapter are several pages that cover topics
2- Trig Ratios – Review
such as motion, forces, electricity, magnetism, waves,
3- Using Vector Addition
and quantum physics.
4- Type I – Adding Perpendicular Vectors
1- Introduction 5- Type II – Finding Perpendicular Components
6- Type III – Adding NON-Perpendicular Vectors
7- Type IV – Finding an Equilibrant
2- Math and Measurements
8- Intro to Projectile Motion
1- Making Measurements
9- Projectiles Launched Horizontally
2- Organizing Collected Data
10- Projectiles Launched at an Angle
3- Vector Vs Scalar Measurements
11- Describing Circular Motion
4- SI Units
12- Changing Circular Motion
5- Significant Figures
6- Using Significant Figures
7- Scientific Notation 7- Dynamics in 2 Dimensions
8- Converting Between Units 1- Equillibrium
2- Tension Force
3- What is Science?
3- Inclined Plane
1- The Nature of Science
2- Scientific Knowledge 8- Momentum
3- Investigating Science 1- Momentum and Impulse
4- Using Models to Explain 2- Conservation of Momentum
5- Science’s Impact on Society 3- Linear Collisions
6- What is Physics?

9- Energy, Work, & Power
4- Kinematics in 1 Dimension 1- Work Energy Theorem
1- Distance and Displacement 2- When Force is Applied at an Angle
2- Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration 3- Power
3- Using Graphs to Describe Motion 4- Types of Energy
4- Relative Velocity 5- Mechanical Energy
5- Constant Acceleration Problems 6- Conservation of Mechanical Energy

10- Mechanics Project
5- Dynamics in 1 Dimension
11- Mid-Term
1- What is a Force?
2- Types of Forces
3- Free Body Diagrams
4- Newton’s 1st Law of Motion
5- Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion

12.The Four Fundamental Forces 4.Sound 22.Electric Fields 3.Electric Potential 4.Mirror Equations 4.Ideal Gases 6.Waves 1.Using Electromagnetism 5.Quantization of Energy 2.Theory of General Relativity 3.Final Exam 3.Electric Charge 1.Wave Interactions 6.Fundamental Particles 5.Light 5.Course Evaluation 4.Electrical Circuits 2.Dual Nature of Light 3.Static Electricity 6.Electric Force 2.Thin Lens Equation 7.Special Effects of Light 16.Optics 1.Using Electromagnetic Induction 20.Theory of Special Relativity 2. Heat 2.Circuit Diagrams 10.Atomic Physics 1.Measuring Electric Current 1.Methods of Heat Transfer 4.Theory of Everything Project 1.Magnetism 1.Temperature Vs.Physics and Space 7.The Doppler Effect 15.Law of Reflection 2.Snell’s Law and Refraction 5.The Big Bang Theory 8.Electricity 17.Current Electricity 18.Types of Waves 2.Electromagnetism 3.Modern Physics 13.Kinetic Molecular Theory 5.How Planets Move 9.Kirchoff’s Circuit Laws 19.Mirrors and Ray Diagrams 3.Quantum Physics 1.Laws of Thermodynamics 3.Properties of Magnets 2.Unification of Physics 4.Water’s Special Properties .Thermodynamics 1.Theory of Everything 14.Lenses and Ray Diagrams 6.Measuring Waves 21.Elecromagnetic Induction 6.Right-Hand Rules 4.