Introduction to Physics Part 2
Course Description:
In Part 2 of this textbookfree course, students continue to explore physics through the study of gravity, projectile motion, and Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion. Students will also study the nature of matter and atomic structure to learn how the laws of physics apply on an atomic level. The knowledge of forces gained in Part 1 will be applied to liquids and gases to discover how these states of matter behave. Students will then be introduced to thermodynamics, mechanical and electromagnetic waves, and the Doppler Effect. The course will finish with a look at electricity, magnetism, and optics, including a study of mirrors and lenses. It is recommended that students successfully complete Introduction to Physics Part 1 before enrolling in this course.
Course Details:
Course Title (District):  Introduction to Physics Part 2  

Course Title (NCES SCED) :  Physics  
Course Provider :  Genesee ISD  
Content Provided By :  Lincoln Learning Solutions  
Online Instructor Provided By :  Lincoln Learning Solutions  
Standards Addressed :  Michigan Merit Curriculum, National Collegiate Athletic Association  
Academic Terms :  Semester, Open Entry / Open Exit  
NCES SCED Code : 03151 

How To Enroll:
Enrollment Website :  https://www.gennet.us 

Email :  [email protected] 
Phone :  810.591.4401 
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Additional Course Information:
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 Phone: 810.591.4401
Additional Cost: $0.0
Additional Cost Description: The majority of our courses come with an online textbook, however, physical textbooks are available at an additional cost.
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The course instruction includes activities that engage students in active learning.  Fully Met  
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All technology requirements (including hardware, browser, software, etc...) are specified.  Partially Met  
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Review Conducted By: Genesee ISD
Date of Review:
08/01/2014
Explain the difference between the mass of an object and the weight of an object.
Use Newton’s second law to solve one and twodimensional vertical problems.
Explain the concept of a normal force and coefficient of friction.
Discuss the relationship between static and kinetic friction.
Use Newton’s second law to solve twodimensional motion problems that include friction.
Explain how tension relates to force and solve onedimensional tension problems.
Use Newton’s second law to solve problems involving connected objects with two unknowns and problems of an object on an inclined plane.
Unit 2: Essential Content and Skills
Use Hooke’s law to find the force exerted by a spring.
Use Newton’s second law to solve statics problems involving three unknowns and find the gravitational force exerted between two masses.
Explain the difference between centripetal force and centrifugal “force.”
Calculate the centripetal acceleration of an object executing uniform circular motion.
Determine the work done by a onedimensional constant force acting along the axis of motion.
Determine the work done by a twodimensional constant force, work done by a variable force, and work done by a spring.
Given the mass and velocity of an object, find its kinetic energy.
Unit 3: Essential Content and Skills
Explain the difference between kinetic and potential energy.
Calculate the amount of energy stored in a spring.
Explain the meaning of conservation of energy in a physical system.
Given the change in the energy over a time period, find the power input/output by the system expressing answers in the appropriate units.
Calculate the x and ycomponents of a given momentum vector.
Classify a collision as elastic or inelastic, and use the idea of conservation of momentum to solve collision problems.
Determine the center of mass of a uniform geometric object.
Unit 4: Essential Content and Skills
Given a rotating object, calculate the angular displacement of a point on the object, the angular velocity of the object, and the angular acceleration of the object.
Identify each of the terms in the angular velocity and angular displacement equations.
Solve rotational motion problems that include an external torque using the angular velocity and angular acceleration equations.
Explain the difference between angular acceleration and centripetal acceleration.
Calculate the angular momentum of a rotating mass while explaining the relationship between torque and angular momentum.
Solve problems using conservation of angular momentum.
Calculate the moment of inertia of a uniform geometric figure, the rotational kinetic energy of a rotating mass, and the total energy of the rotating mass.
Term Type  Enrollment Opens  Enrollment Ends  Random Draw Date  Enrollment Drop Date  Course Starts  Course Ends  # of Seats  Course Fee  Potential Additional Costs 

Open Entry / Open Exit  08/01/2024  07/31/2025  100  $275  $0 
Drop Policy  Completion Policy  Term Type  Enrollment Opens  Enrollment Ends 

Full refund when withdrawn within 14 days of enrollment.  EdisonLearning Instructional Support Staff provide instructional feedback on all teachergraded assignments. Grades are submitted upon course part completion or upon request from the student’s Advisor.  Open Entry / Open Exit  08/01/2024  07/31/2025 
School Year  Enrollment Count  Pass Count  Completion Rate  Notes 

1920  1  0  0.0%  
1415  3  0  0.0%  None 