PHYSICS

- Forces and Motion
**Phy.1.1.1 —**Analyze motion graphically and numerically using vectors, graphs and calculations.**Phy.1.1.2 —**Analyze motion in one dimension using time, distance, and displacement, velocity and acceleration.**Phy.1.1.3 —**Analyze motion in two dimensions using angle of trajectory, time, distance, displacement, velocity and acceleration.**Phy.1.2 —**Analyze systems of forces and their interaction with matter.**Phy.1.2.1 —**Analyze forces and systems of forces graphically and numerically using vectors, graphs and calculations.

•**Physics of Walking****Phy.1.2.2 —**Analyze systems of forces in one dimension and two dimensions using free body diagrams.

•**Physics of Walking****Phy.1.2.3 —**Explain forces using Newton’s laws of motion as well as the universal law of gravitation.**Phy.1.2.4**— Explain the effects of forces (including weight, normal, tension and friction) on objects.

•**Physics of Walking****Phy.1.2.5 —**Analyze basic forces related to rotation in a circular path (centripetal force).**Phy.1.3 —**Analyze the motion of objects based on the principles of conservation of momentum, conservation of energy and impulse.**Phy.1.3.1 —**Analyze the motion of objects in completely elastic and completely inelastic collisions by using the principles of conservation of momentum and conservation of energy.**Phy.1.3.2 —**Analyze the motion of objects based on the relationship between momentum and impulse.

- Energy: Conservation and Transfer
**Phy.2.1 —**Understand the concepts of work, energy and power, as well as the relationship among them.**Phy.2.1.1 —**Interpret data on work and energy presented graphically and numerically.**Phy.2.1.2 —**Compare the concepts of potential and kinetic energy and conservation of total mechanical energy in the description of the motion of objects.**Phy.2.1.3 —**Explain the relationship among work, power and energy.**Phy.2.2 —**Analyze the behavior of waves.**Phy.2.2.1 —**Analyze how energy is transmitted through waves, using the fundamental characteristics of waves: wavelength, period, frequency, amplitude and wave velocity.**Phy.2.2.2 —**Analyze wave behaviors in terms of transmission, reflection, refraction and interference.**Phy.2.2.3 —**Compare mechanical and electromagnetic waves in terms of wave characteristics and behavior (specifically sound and light).**Phy.2.3 —**Analyze the nature of moving charges and electric circuits.**Phy.2.3.1 —**Explain Ohm’s law in relation to electric circuits.**Phy.2.3.2 —**Differentiate the behavior of moving charges in conductors and insulators.**Phy.2.3.3 —**Compare the general characteristics of AC and DC systems without calculations.**Phy.2.3.4 —**Analyze electric systems in terms of their energy and power.**Phy.2.3.5 —**Analyze systems with multiple potential differences and resistors connected in series and parallel circuits, both conceptually and mathematically, in terms of voltage, current and resistance. - Interactions of Energy and Matter
**Phy.3.1 —**Explain charges and electrostatic systems.**Phy.3.1.1 —**Explain qualitatively the fundamental properties of the interactions of charged objects.**Phy.3.1.2 —**Explain the geometries and magnitudes of electric fields.**Phy.3.1.3 —**Explain how Coulomb’s law relates to the electrostatic interactions among charged objects.**Phy.3.1.4**— Explain the mechanisms for producing electrostatic charges including charging by friction, conduction and induction.**Phy.3.1.5 —**Explain how differences in electrostatic potentials relate to the potential energy of charged objects.**Phy.3.2 —**Explain the concept of magnetism.**Phy.3.2.1 —**Explain the relationship between magnetic domains and magnetism.**Phy.3.2.2 —**Explain how electric currents produce various magnetic fields.**Phy.3.2.3 —**Explain how transformers and power distributions are applications of electromagnetism.