#### P.M: Motion

P.M.1: Graph interpretations

P.M.1.1: Position vs. time

P.M.1.2: Velocity vs. time

P.M.1.3: Acceleration vs. time

P.M.2: Problem solving

P.M.2.1: Using graphs (average velocity, instantaneous velocity, acceleration, displacement, change in velocity)

P.M.2.2: Uniform acceleration including free fall (initial velocity, final velocity, time, displacement, acceleration, average velocity)

P.M.3: Projectiles

P.M.3.1: Independence of horizontal and vertical motion

P.M.3.2: Problem-solving involving horizontally launched projectiles

#### P.F: Forces, momentum and motion

P.F.1: Newton's laws applied to complex problems

P.F.2: Gravitational force and fields

P.F.4: Friction force (static and kinetic)

P.F.5: Air resistance and drag

P.F.6: Forces in two dimensions

P.F.6.3: Centripetal forces and circular motion

P.F.7: Momentum, impulse and conservation of momentum

#### P.E: Energy

P.E.1: Gravitational potential energy

P.E.4: Work and power

P.E.5: Conservation of energy

#### P.W: Waves

P.W.1: Wave properties

P.W.1.3: Refraction

P.W.1.4: Interference

P.W.2: Light phenomena

P.W.2.3: Snell's law

P.W.2.5: Wave - particle duality of light

P.W.2.6: Visible spectrum and color

#### P.EM: Electricity and magnetism

P.EM.2: Coulomb's law

P.EM.4: DC circuits

P.EM.4.1: Ohm's law

P.EM.4.2: Series circuits

P.EM.4.3: Parallel circuits

P.EM.4.4: Mixed circuits

P.EM.6: Electromagnetic interactions

Correlation last revised: 9/16/2020

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