- Introduction to the program, text books given out (I hope)
- Rules of Engagment discussed.
**Get Note** - Equipment needed, requirements for tests
- Home Page introduced with comments.
**Get Note** - How the unit pages are structured
- Overall Expectaions
- Specific Expectations

**Get Note**

How to print, if problems or changes needed or arise, its up to you to ask

Looking for and using - A look at the text book, chapters covered and assigning of homework

Doing homework is the key to getting a good mark! - Timelines covered if possible
- Review of past material
- Kinematics and its equations --- the big seven
- Graphing and graphical analysis
- Problem solving techniques. Need help follow the

Problem analysis is a must, without it, you will probably fail or get a poor mark. - Drawing vector diagrams
- Adding, subtracting vectors --- geometric solution and algebraic solution

Resolving a vector - Train Question from notes
**Get Question** - Inrtoduction to acceleration in one and two dimensions
- Acceleration due to gravity; value 9.83 m/s
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- Take up a couple of questions
- Projectile Motion; vertical and horizontal components, equations on page 43 of text (just versions of the original seven).
- Watch your frames of reference, ie.where you put (0,0) and the [up] and [down] components of velocity or acceleration
- Frames of Reference; essential this section looks at objects moving that are in or on another moving object.

For example: A person standing on a bridge watchs a boat pass by on which a person is walking. There can be two observers (frames of reference), the stationary person on the bridge and the person walking on the boat.

- Dynamics: deals with the forces that cause objects to move.
- Friction; kinetic & static. What's a normal force?, Coefficients of friction
- Free body diagrams (just another example of a vector diagram) on horizontal surfaces and on an
**inclined plane**see Internet diagram - Inertial and noninertial frames of reference; a text book read

Make sure you read the note provided.

Should start by 8:30 and finish by 9:30

- A continuation of friction with emphasis on the two different types of friction and

the inclined plane see diagram - Newton's Laws of Motion,
**Inertia** - F = ma
- Three forces acting to produce a static event. Use parallelogram of forces to solve.
- Objects in contact with each other and being pushed, forces acting between each object.
- An object suspended on a tied rope or cable and the tensile forces on each portion of the rope. Done in a horizontal plane.
- Video on Newton's three laws
- Problem solving: problem analysis with diagram is a must.

- Video on Vectors
- Kinetic forces of friction and the inclined plane
- Inertial and noninertial frames of reference; another read see page 108.
- Circular Motion: Chapter 3; uniform circular motion and centripetal acceleration.
- Forces acting on objects moving in a circular fashion.
- Equations as per text book or note for circular motion.
- Driving a car around a curve; horizontal and banked.
- Centripetal accleration and the forces acting on an object when it is in cirular motion.
- Universal gravitation; the Law
- Major portion of the day should be a work on questions day.

- Introduction to work W =F↔d of W = Fdcosθ
- Video of the relationship between work force and distance
- Work need to increase of decrease a velocity. Object in motion already has an applied force on it.
- How work relates to kinetic energy and potential energy
- Relationship between gravitational potential energy and kinetic energy
- The Law of Conservation of Energy, isolated or closed systems
- Different forms of energy see page 198

See Test Tips for outline

- Elastic Potential Energy; hasrmonic motion and Hooke's Law
- Dampening effects
- Introduction to momentum, impulse, and collisions
- Conservation of momentum
- Video on collisions

- Should be a work period
- Elastic and inelastic collisions; the "sticky collision"
- Solving collision problems in 1 & 2 dimensions
- See the various Note-A-Rific note available on these topics

- Introduction to Astrophysics Kepler's Laws
- Gravitational Fields
- Planetary orbits and the Laws governing their motion around the sun
- Gravitation potential energy, potential energy well, escape velocities
- Work period part of the time

- Introductions to Fields Notes available
- Three types of fields; but this unit only studies electric and magnetic fields

field map and the test charge in an electric field. - Units for charges and symbols used.
- The electric field produced by a charge distribution

Calculating field strength - Working with field equations
- Calculating the force or electric field on a test chage in an electric field caused from several charges (either in 1-D or 2-D)
- Equipotential lines, Rules for field lines, field strength and its equation F
_{e}= qE Note both F_{e}& E are vectors.

Make sure you keep looking at

- Field equations and the vector nature of fields
- Electric forces and Coulomb's Law
- Electrical potential; a charge moving in an electric field
- Charge on an electron; Millikan's oil drop experiment

- Wrap up of electric fields Chapter seven
- Questions given & done
- Video on Electromagnetism
- Start of Chapter 8 Magnetism:
- The magnetic field surrounding a magnet.
- The domain theory of magnetism; para-, di-, & ferro- magnetism
- Magnetic field surrounding a wire and a coil
- Right hand rules (current flow not electron flow)
- The core of an electromagnet; relative magnetic permeability

- Magnetic field effects on electron beams
- Introduction to the motor principle; a right hand cross product rule

- Measuring magnetic fields (right hand rule) see page 393 and hand out notes (4 pages)

The magnitude of the magnetic force on a charged particle - Charge to mass ratios
- Motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field
- Applications of magnetic fields
- Magnetic forces on a conductor; the equation for magnetic force
- Ampere's Law

The relationship between the ampere (current flow) and magnetic force - Law of Electromagnetic Induction; Lenz's Law,

with a video presentation

- Introduction to the wave nature of light
- the Universal Wave Equation
- wave terms
- reflection, refraction, index of refraction, Snell's Law, internal reflection and the critical angle

Make sure you can do the problems dictated in class.

- diffraction of waves (applet is a must), around edges,, through large and small slit openings
- How wave length effects diffraction patterns
- wave interference (see applet for visualization), the mathematics of interference patterns
- wave particle duality, Huygen's Principle

- Young's double slit experiment, observations (see applet) and calculations
- colour and wavelength
- wave effects; polarization, diffraction and diffraction gratings
- Soap bubbles and thin films
- electromagnetic waves and light, the electromagnetic spectrum

- lets get ready for Tuesday's test
- practice problems etc.

- Test on Unit Four At the begining the period 1½ h.

- last unit in three parts
- Special Theory of Relativity
- Quantum Mechanics of the atom
- Nuclear physics; radioactive decay and the
*particle zoo*

- continuation from yesterday
- test & exam review; be prepared to be work & not just goof-off.

These should be a heavy duty exam review day, if you don't wish to be serious a work then please stay home and not disrupt this class. Some part of the exam may be done in the last hour of the period.