### 1: Application of Vectors

#### 1.1: Dynamics Extension

1.1.1: use vector analysis in two dimensions for systems involving two or more masses, relative motions, static equilibrium, and static torques

1.1.1.a: use analytical methods, including vector resolution, to determine vector sums and differences

#### 1.3: Projectiles

1.3.1: analyse quantitatively the horizontal and vertical motion of a projectile

1.3.2: construct, test, and evaluate a device or system on the basis of developed criteria

### 2: Circular and Planetary Motion

#### 2.1: Circular Motion

2.1.1: describe uniform circular motion, using algebraic and vector analysis

2.1.2: explain quantitatively circular motion, using Newton?s laws

#### 2.2: Universal Gravitation

2.2.1: explain qualitatively Kepler?s first and second laws and apply quantitatively Kepler?s third law

#### 2.3: Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)

2.3.1: identify questions, and analyse, compile, and display evidence and information to investigate the development over time of a practical problem, issue, or technology

2.3.4: compile and organize data, using data tables and graphs, to facilitate interpretation of the data

### 3: Electricity and Magnetism

#### 3.1: Coulomb?s Law

3.1.5: communicate questions, ideas, and intentions, and receive, interpret, understand, support, and respond to the ideas of others

3.1.6: compare Newton?s law of universal gravitation with Coulomb?s law, and apply both laws quantitatively

#### 3.3: Electric Circuits

3.3.1: apply Ohm?s law to series, parallel, and combination circuits (ACP-3)

3.3.1.a: extend the work-energy theorem to develop the concept of electric potential energy

3.3.1.b: define electric potential difference

3.3.1.c: describe factors that control electrical resistance

3.3.1.d: define electric current

3.3.1.e: draw a schematic diagram for series, parallel, and simple combination circuits

3.3.1.f: apply the characteristics of series and parallel connections to series, parallel, and combined circuits

3.3.1.g: investigate the relationship between voltage rises and voltage drops across circuit elements

3.3.1.h: describe the energy transformations

3.3.1.i: describe electrical energy and electrical power qualitatively and quantitatively

3.3.2: carry out procedures, controlling the major variables; selecting and using instruments effectively, accurately, and safely; and adapting or extending procedures where required

3.3.4: design an experiment and identify specific variables

#### 3.5: Generators and Motors

3.5.1: analyse qualitatively electromagnetic induction by both a changing magnetic flux and a moving conductor

3.5.1.b: describe the construction and operation of step-up and step-down transformers

3.5.2: compare and contrast the ways a motor and generator function, using the principles of electromagnetism

Correlation last revised: 9/16/2020

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