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    Einstein
    Physics
    Course Description:
    Combining scientific inquiry with advanced mathematics, Physics will challenge students to understand and explain how energy, matter, and motion are all related. Engaging lessons introduce theories and experiments and encourage students to develop the knowledge and understanding necessary to support conclusions with numerical results. Inspiring students to relate knowledge to real-world applications, the course connects basic principles to more complex ideas in many fascinating areas: thermal energy, vibrations and waves, light and refraction, sound, electricity, and magnetism.


    Physics A
    Course Number:  ROSC1117A.E2020
    Length:  1 semester (0.5 credits)
    Total Course Cost:  $150.00  (Tuition Value:  $70.00  + Teacher Fee:  $80.00)
    Instructor:  David Mitchel
     
     
    Units:
    1. Introduction to Physics
    2. Representing Motion
    3. Accelerated Motion
    4. Two-Dimensional Motion and Vectors
    5. Forces and Laws of Motion
    6. Work and Energy
    7. Rotational Motion
    8. Momentum and Its Conservation
    9. Circular Motion and Gravitation
    10. Fluid Mechanics
    11. Thermal Energy
    12. Cumulative Exam

    Physics B
    Course Number:  ROSC1117B.E2020
    Length:  1 semester (0.5 credits)
    Total Course Cost:  $150.00  (Tuition Value:  $70.00  + Teacher Fee:  $80.00)
    Instructor:  David Mitchel
     
     
    Units:
    1. Vibrations and Waves
    2. Sound
    3. Light and Reflection
    4. Refraction
    5. Interference and Diffraction
    6. Static Electricity and Fields
    7. Electricity Currents and Circuits
    8. Magnetism
    9. electromagnetic Induction
    10. Atomic Physics
    11. Subatomic Physics
    12. Cumulative Exam