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Physics

The physics class helps our students with immediate problems, such as homework help and test prep, while filling in any foundational gaps in their knowledge.

Physics is the most basic and fundamental science. For most students taking a high school physics class is a challenge, but it's well worth the effort for the following reasons:

  1. Most modern technology involves physics. .
  2. An understanding of physics leads to a better understanding of almost any other science
  3. Physics classes help polish the skills needed to score well on the SAT.

Our school Physics classes are personalized depended on student’s goals.

We offer physics course for highly motivated High school students The course present an in-depth study of the topics normally covered in high school physics. We offer physic course that purpose is to help our students with immediate problems, such as homework help and test prep, while filling in any foundational gaps in their knowledge.

Physics syllabus.

Part I. Mechanics.

Unit 1. Measurements.
  1. International System of units (SI). Conversion of units.
  2. Students would be able to understand accuracy and precision of measurements. Significant digits (figures)
Unit 2. Motion in one dimension.
  1. Students would be able to understand and recognize distance and displacement.
  2. Students would be able to understand speed and velocity. Solve problems on motion with constant velocity. Relative velocity.
  3. Average and instantaneous velocity. Acceleration
  4. Motion with a constant acceleration in one dimension.
  5. Students would be able to recognize and graphically represent one-dimensional motion
  6. Free fall.
Unit 3. Motion in two dimensions. Vectors.
  1. Scalar and vector physical quantities.
  2. Coordinate systems. Students would be able to operate with components of vectors.
  3. Motion in two dimensions. Projectile motion.
Unit 4. Laws of motion (Newton’s laws)
  1. Galilei and relativity principle. Inertia. Mass as a measure of inertia.
  2. Newton’s first law (law of inertia)
  3. Concept of force. Net force.
  4. Force and acceleration. Newton’s second law.
  5. Objects interaction. Newton’s third law. Action and reaction.

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