Catholic Homeschool High School Course
This course provides a simple, clear, and straightforward presentation of the basic concepts of physics by following an approach similar to the widely acclaimed Saxon method used in the mathematics series.
Broad concepts covered in detail include: Newton’s Laws of Motion; kinetic and potential energy; conservation of momentum; kinematics of linear motion; circular motion; planetary motion; projectile motion; free-falling body motion; inclined planes; friction; thermodynamics; entropy; the nature of light and the effect of mirrors and lenses; magnetism; electricity and electric circuit theory; ideal gas laws; refrigeration; atomic theory; radiation; quantum physics; and special relativity.
SCI211 | Credit: 1 | Prerequisites: Algebra II
Physics by John Saxon, Solution Manual
Optional: Interactive CD*, Lab Manual*