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8th Grade Astronomy

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This is the Astronomy Unit for 8th Grade Earth Science at Cody Middle School.

8th Grade Physical Science

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Physical Science: Learning how things around you work in your everyday life!

A.P. Physics C

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This is a college level calculus based course of the type taught to engineering and science majors. It may be taken by seniors in either the Traditional Science program or the...

AP Physics

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The AP Physics is a full year two credit course that meets two periods each day. It is a first year physics course that is calculus based and consists of a study in advanced...

AP Physics 1

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AP Physics 1 Course Content Students explore principles of Newtonian mechanics (including rotational motion); work, energy, and power; mechanical waves and sound; and introductory,...

Acceleration

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In a world full of unbalanced forces (which you learn more about when you study Newton's laws), you will have acceleration (which is the rate in change of velocity). Whether you're...

Advanced Placement Physics B

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This physics course is designed to offer students interested in physics an opportunity to take the A.P. Physics Examination by studying more advanced topics. Following Advanced...

Astronomy

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This course covers topics in modern Astronomy, including the solar system, stars, galaxies, and the evolution of the universe.

Astronomy

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This course is intended as a self-paced guide to main topics in astronomy as related to the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) from a variety of grades; however, the primary...

Balanced and unbalanced forces

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You will often hear physics professors be careful to say "net force" or "unbalanced force" rather than just "force". Why? This tutorial explains why and might give you more...

Big bang and expansion of the universe

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What does it mean for the universe to expand? Was the "big bang" an explosion of some sort or a rapid expansion of space-time (it was the latter)? If the universe was/is expanding,...

Blackfeet Star Stories

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Winter stories of the Blackfeet Tribe with astronomy.

C. Physics

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This course develops students' understanding of the basic concepts of physics. Students will explore motion; different kinds of forces; energy transformations; the properties of...

CCP Physics

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This is a full year one credit course providing a quantitative, laboratory-based program designed to provide a brief but comprehensive survey of important physics theories included...

Centripetal acceleration

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Why do things move in circles? Seriously. Why does *anything* ever move in a circle (straight lines seem much more natural). ? Is something moving in a circle at a constant speed...

Cepheid variables

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Stellar parallax can be used for "nearby" stars, but what if we want to measure further out? Well this tutorial will expose you to a class of stars that helps us do this. Cepheids...

Conceptual Physics

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A study of 8th Grade Conceptual Physics.

Conceptual Physics Track 3 Ms Page

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This course offers a conceptual approach physics. It develops comparisons and images from everyday situations to build a strong conceptual understanding of the principles of...

Displacement, velocity and time

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This tutorial is the backbone of your understanding of kinematics (i.e., the motion of objects). You might already know that distance = rate x time. This tutorial essentially...

EACS Physics

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Physics I is a laboratory-based course in which students synthesize the fundamental concepts and principles related to matter and energy, including mechanics, wave motion, heat,...