Course Plans & Tests - Kinetic Principals Of Physics

Course Plan & Tests - Physics (Kinetic Principles)

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All Kolbe paper course plans are NON-REFUNDABLE once opened.

Digital course plans are NON-REFUNDABLE. Digital downloads are delivered via SendOwl.

This digital textbook has been parsed into two courses of study in the Kolbe Academy Course Plan:

Kolbe Core (K) course of study: The Kolbe Core (K) is recommended to students who may not be interested in pursuing science in college, but who would like to include physics in their high school course of study. Although the course is conceptual in nature, it does include physics equations and some problem working. The chapters, sections, and problems assigned in this course of study mimic EXACTLY the previous Kinetic Books Conceptual Physics text that Kolbe has carried in previous years. This physics topics included are mechanics, thermodynamics, mechanical waves, electricity and magnetism, light and optics.

PRE-REQUISITES: Algebra 1, Geometry, Intro to Physics and Chemistry.

Kolbe Honors (H) course of study: The Honors (H) course of study is designed for students who may have an interest in science, math, or engineering or for students who might prefer a more mathematical approach to physics in their high school course of study. While it is a more rigorous course of study than the Kolbe Core (K) course of study, it does not require the use of Calculus to solve problems. This text is mentioned on the College Board website as appropriate for students preparing to take the APÌøåÀå_ Physics B exam and the Kolbe Honors (H) course of study adheres closely to the requirements for this exam. Topics include mechanics, mechanical waves, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, light and optics, and an introduction to modern physics.

PRE-REQUISITES: Geometry, Algebra II, Intro to Physics and Chem, Chemistry. CO-REQUISITE: Trigonometry or PreCalculus. DO NOT PURCHASE if you have already or will be enrolling the student for whom these course plans are intended. Course plans are included in your enrollment.