PH: Physics Core
PH.1: Explain linear, uniform circular, and projectile motions using one- and two-dimensional vectors.
PH.1.1: Explaining the significance of slope and area under a curve when graphing distance-time or velocity-time data
Distance-Time and Velocity-Time Graphs
PH.1.2: Describing forces that act on an object
Uniform Circular Motion
PH.2: Define the law of conservation of momentum.
PH.2.1: Calculating the momentum of a single object
PH.2.2: Calculating momenta of two objects before and after collision in one-dimensional motion
PH.3: Explain planetary motion and navigation in space in terms of Kepler's and Newton's laws.
Orbital Motion - Kepler's Laws
PH.4: Describe quantitative relationships for velocity, acceleration, force, work, power, potential energy, and kinetic energy.
Energy of a Pendulum
PH.6: Describe wave behavior in terms of reflection, refraction, diffraction, constructive and destructive wave interference, and Doppler effect.
PH.6.1: Explaining reasons for differences in speed, frequency, and wavelength of a propagating wave in varying materials
PH.6.3: Demonstrating particle and wave duality
PH.6.4: Describing change of wave speed in different media
PH.7: Describe properties of reflection, refraction, and diffraction.
PH.7.2: Demonstrating the path of light through mirrors, lenses, and prisms
Ray Tracing (Lenses)
Ray Tracing (Mirrors)
PH.8: Summarize similarities in the calculation of electrical, magnetic, and gravitational forces between objects.
PH.8.1: Determining the force on charged particles using Coulomb's law
Coulomb Force (Static)
Pith Ball Lab
PH.9: Describe quantitative relationships among charge, current, electrical potential energy, potential difference, resistance, and electrical power for simple series, parallel, or combination direct current (DC) circuits.
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017