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Academic Dishonesty: Copying, cheating, and plagiarism are not tolerated. Assignments that use the internet as a source must include citation/credit if information is copied and pasted. Lab discussion and conclusions must be in your own words. District policies will be followed per the Legacy High School Student Handbook.<br />Food, drink, and gum<br />Food, drink and gum are not allowed during labs. <br />Drinks brought in the classroom must be in a can or a container with a lid.<br />Clean up all trash, crumbs and/or spills. If trash is left behind, the class will lose privileges for the remainder of the term.<br />No fast food from outside of campus is allowed.<br />Dispose of gum in the trash. If gum is found in the classroom, the class will lose gum privileges for the remainder of the term.<br />Chew with your mouth closed. Failure to do so means that you must put away whatever you are chewing.<br />Tentative Physics Schedule<br />WEEK1-2: Introductions, physics, linear motion<br />
3-4: Linear motion, projectile motion
5-6: Newton’s laws<br />7-8: Momentum and energy, circular motion<br />9-10: Center of gravity, universal gravity, satellite motion<br />11-12: Relativity <br />13-14: Temperature, heat, expansion, heat transfer<br />15-16: Change of phase, thermodynamics<br />17-18: Reviews & Finals<br />19-20: Vibrations and waves, sound<br />21-22: Light, color, reflection/refraction<br />23-24: Lenses, diffraction and interference<br />25-26: Electrostatics<br />27-28: Electric fields and potential<br />29-30: Current and circuits<br />31-32: Quantum mechanics<br />33-34: Radioactivity, fission and fusion<br />35-36: Reviews & Finals<br />Basically, it breaks down like this:<br />Weeks 1-12, we study Mechanics<br />Weeks 13-16, we study Heat<br />Weeks 19-24, we study Sound and Light<br />Weeks 25-30, we study Electricity and Magnetism<br />Weeks 31-34, we study Atomic and Nuclear Physics<br />