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A.
Motion and Forces
B.
Conservation of Energy and Momentum
C.
Circular Motion and Gravitation
D.
Oscillations
E.
Thermal Physics
F.
Electromagnetism
G.
Waves and Optics
H.
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D.
Oscillations
D.1.
Simple Harmonic Motion
D.1.M.
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D.1.Q.
Unit Challenge
D.1.1.
Introduction to Harmonic Motion
D.1.1.O.
Overview
D.1.1.1.
Recognizing examples and non-examples of harmonic motion
D.1.2.
Hooke’s Law
D.1.2.O.
Overview
D.1.2.1.
Solving problems using the equation F
_{s}
= -kx
D.1.2.2.
Comparing the spring constant (stiffness of springs) of springs using a “force (F) vs. stretched length (x) ” graph
D.1.3.
Kinematics of Spring-Block Oscillators
D.1.3.O.
Overview
D.1.3.1.
Recognizing that the period represents the amount of time for one cycle to complete
D.1.3.2.
Recognizing that the frequency represents that number of cycles that complete in 1 second
D.1.3.3.
Calculating period using the equation period = time / cycles
D.1.3.4.
Calculating the frequency using the equation Frequency = cycles / time
D.1.3.5.
Calculating the frequency and period using the equations f = 1 / T and T = 1 / f
D.1.3.6.
Determining the frequency from the mass of the block and the spring constant using f = 1/2π √ (k/m)
D.1.3.7.
Determining the period from the mass of the block and the spring constant using T = 2π√ (m/k)
D.1.4.
Simple Pendulums
D.1.4.O.
Overview
D.1.4.1.
Determining the factors that affect the period of a pendulum
D.1.4.2.
Determining the restoring force for a pendulum using the equation F
_{restoring}
= mgsinθ
D.1.4.3.
Determining the frequency of a pendulum from the length of the pendulum and g using f = 1/2π √ (g/L)
D.1.4.4.
Determining the period of a pendulum from the length of the pendulum and g using T = 2π√ (L/g)
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