# High School AP Physics I

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Suggested Prerequisites

Geometry, Algebra II

Description

Uncover the mysteries that explain all phenomena in the universe. This course will help you develop an understanding of physics through rich content, engaging activities, and inquiry-based laboratory. You will explore concepts such as analyzing motion, force interactions, energy, rotational motion, waves, and periodic motion. You will cultivate your understanding of physics as you explore concepts like systems, fields, force interactions, change, conservation, and waves.

Module One: Kinematics

-Measurements and mathematical skills

-Position, velocity, and acceleration

-Scalars and vectors

-Graphical representations of motion

-Motion in one dimension

-Relative and two-dimensional motion

Module Two: Forces and Motion

-Projectile motion

-Systems and center of mass

-Contact forces and free-body diagrams

-Mass and weight

-Newton's laws of motion

-Applications of the laws of motion

Module Three: Circular Motion and Gravitation

-Fundamental forces and force fields

-The law of universal gravitation

-Gravity on other planets

-Circular and orbital motion

-Applications of circular motion and gravitation

Module Four: Energy

-Systems and energy

-Work and mechanical energy

-Kinetic and potential energy

-Conservation of energy and applications

-Work and energy principle

-Power

Module Five: Momentum and Oscillations

-Momentum and impulse

-Changes in momentum

-Conservation of momentum

-Elastic and inelastic collisions

-Simple harmonic motion and pendulums

-Applications of momentum and energy laws

Module Six: Rotational Motion

-Rotational kinematics and torque

-Moment of inertia

-Rotational dynamics and angular momentum

-Conservation of angular momentum

-Rolling motion