#### PC.2: The learner will build an understanding of electrostatics.

PC.2.02: Calculate and analyze Coulomb?s law, field, and potential of point charges.

PC.2.02.a: Define magnitude and direction of a force and electric field on a charge.

PC.2.02.c: Compute the force and electric field between charges.

PC.2.02.d: Determine the work necessary to move charges and potential energy of the system.

#### PC.4: The learner will build an understanding of electric circuits.

PC.4.02: Examine and analyze steady-state direct current circuits with batteries and resistors.

PC.4.02.b: Identify series and parallel wiring in a circuit.

PC.4.02.c: Determine voltage, current, resistance, and power across series, parallel, and combination circuits.

PC.4.02.d: Draw a diagram of a series-parallel circuit using conventional symbols.

PC.4.02.f: Identify and calculate the current, voltage and resistance using Ohm?s Law and Kirchoff?s rules.

#### PC.5: The learner will build an understanding of magnetostatics.

PC.5.01: Derive and analyze the force on a charge in a magnetic field.

PC.5.01.a: Calculate charge, force, velocity, and magnetic field.

#### PC.6: The learner will build an understanding of electromagnetism.

PC.6.01: Evaluate and analyze electromagnetic induction using Faraday?s law and Lenz?s law.

PC.6.01.a: Calculate the flux of a uniform magnetic field.

PC.6.01.d: Develop the skills necessary to solve basic problems with electromagnetic induction.

PC.6.02: Formulate and examine inductance (including LR and LC circuits).

PC.6.02.b: Apply self-inductance for a long solenoid.

PC.6.02.c: Develop the skills necessary to solve basic circuits with resistors and inductors.

Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017

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