#### PB.2: The learner will build an understanding of Newtonian mechanics

PB.2.01: Analyze and evaluate a particle using kinematics (movement in one, two, and circular dimensions).

PB.2.01.d: Addition and subtraction of displacement and velocity vectors

PB.2.01.e: Visual, graphical, mathematical expressions of the motion of a projectile in a uniform gravitational field.

PB.2.01.f: Relate a particles radius, speed, velocity, and acceleration in uniform circular motion.

PB.2.02: Investigate, measure, and analyze Newton?s laws of motion

PB.2.02.a: Static equilibrium (first law).

PB.2.02.b: Dynamics of a single particle (second law).

PB.2.02.c: Systems of two or more bodies (third law).

PB.2.02.c.1: Velocity with constant force and average force.

PB.2.02.c.2: Force diagram.

PB.2.02.e: Action and reaction forces an two or more bodies (third law).

PB.2.03: Examine and calculate work, energy and power.

PB.2.03.a: Work and work-energy theorem.

PB.2.03.b: Conservative forces and potential energy.

PB.2.03.c: Conservation of energy.

PB.2.04: Analyze and evaluate systems of particles and linear momentum.

PB.2.04.a: Impulse and momentum.

PB.2.04.b: Conservation of linear momentum and collisions.

PB.2.05: Evaluate and analyze circular motion and rotation.

PB.2.05.a: Uniform circular motion.

PB.2.05.b: Torque and rotational statics.

PB.2.06: Investigate and analyze oscillations and gravitation.

PB.2.06.a: Simple harmonic motion (dynamics and energy relationships).

PB.2.06.c: Pendulum and other oscillations.

PB.2.06.d: Newton?s law of gravity.

PB.2.06.e: Circular orbits of planets and satellites.

#### PB.3: The learner will build an understanding of fluid mechanics and thermal physics.

PB.3.01: Examine and evaluate fluid mechanics.

PB.3.01.b: Buoyancy.

PB.3.02: Evaluate and investigate temperature and heat.

PB.3.02.a: Mechanical equivalent of heat.

PB.3.02.b: Heat transfer and thermal expansion.

PB.3.03: Examine and evaluate kinetic theory and thermodynamics.

PB.3.03.a: Ideal gases-kinetic model and ideal gas law.

#### PB.4: The learner will build an understanding of electricity and magnetism.

PB.4.01: Study and analyze electrostatics.

PB.4.01.a: Charge, field, and potential.

PB.4.01.b: Coulomb?s law and field and potential of point charges.

PB.4.01.c: Planar fields and potentials of other charge distributions.

PB.4.03: Analyze and investigate electric circuits.

PB.4.03.a: Current, resistance, and power.

PB.4.03.b: Steady-state direct current circuits with batteries and resistors only.

PB.4.05: Measure and analyze electromagnetism.

PB.4.05.a: Electromagnetic induction (including Faraday?s law and Lenz?s law).

#### PB.5: The learner will build an understanding of waves and optics.

PB.5.01: Study and evaluate wave motion.

PB.5.01.a: Properties of traveling waves.

PB.5.01.b: Properties of standing waves.

PB.5.01.c: Doppler effect.

PB.5.01.d: Superposition.

PB.5.02: Evaluate and analyze physical optics.

PB.5.02.a: Interference and diffraction.

PB.5.02.b: Dispersion of light and the electromagnetic spectrum.

PB.5.03: Investigate and analyze geometric optics.

PB.5.03.a: Reflection and refraction.

PB.5.03.b: Mirrors.

PB.5.03.c: Lenses.

#### PB.6: The learner will build an understanding of atomic and nuclear physics.

PB.6.01: Analyze and evaluate atomic physics and quantum effects.

PB.6.01.a: Photons and the photoelectric effects.

PB.6.01.b: Atomic energy levels.

PB.6.01.c: Wave-particle duality.

Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017

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