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One objective of this course is to provide an overview of the major conceptual developments in historic and contemporary physics. It might be thought of as a lay person's guide to what physicist have had to say about the universe. From the earliest periods of recorded history humanity has asked questions and sought answers relating to the physical world. As a result of these inquiries, the knowledge of the human species has advanced. Thus, a second objective is to develop within the student an understanding of the scientific processes and theories designed to provide answers to the questioning mind. A third objective it to instill a certain appreciation for the science of physics as a quest to know and understand the physical world. Yet a fourth objective is to help the student understand the science and issues surrounding the use of modern technology which has its basis in physics. The intended outcome of this course is the development of an ability to think in a critical manner using both concrete and abstract examples from physics as models.

Physics

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(GAP Boost for School Exams 내신성적 향상수업 / GPA Boost for Concepts 개념위주 수업
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(STARPREP® course code: PHYSI)

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High School Physics

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    Korea Standard Time (KST)

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    1:00-4:00pm

    Korea Standard Time (KST)

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    Physics™ 내신성적향상 수업

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    Students' Satisfaction : above 90%

    Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
    (In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
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Every Sunday
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STARPREP® COURSE CODE : PHYSI-01

★Physics™ 내신성적향상 수업★
ImproveMyGPA™

★GPA BOOST & SIGNATURE LESSON★

Physics™ 내신성적향상 수업

ImproveMyGPA™
Students' Satisfaction : above 90%

Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
(In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
Physics™ Physics™
Every Saturday
1:00-4:00pm

Korea Standard Time (KST)

★Premium Private/Elite Tutoring★

Currently being unavailable
STARPREP® COURSE CODE : PHYSI-02

★Physics™ 내신성적향상 수업★
ImproveMyGPA™

★GPA BOOST & SIGNATURE LESSON★

Physics™ 내신성적향상 수업

ImproveMyGPA™
Students' Satisfaction : above 90%

Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
(In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
Physics™ Physics™

Curriculum Guide

High School Physics

01 Three Types of Relativity

1-1  Galilean relativity
1-2  Special Relativity
1-3  General Relativity

02 Forces

2-1  Newton's Three Laws of Motion
2-2  Types of Forces
2-3  Fundamental Forces
2-4  Free-Body Diagrams and Solving Force Problems
2-5  Chapter Review Exercises

03 Linear Motion

3-1  Acceleration and Velocity Vectors
3-2  Distance and Displacement
3-3  Kinematics Graphs
3-4  Equations of Motion for Constant Acceleration
3-5  Chapter Review Exercises

04 2-D Motion

4-1  Relative Velocity
4-2  Centripetal Forces and Circular Motion
4-3  Projectile Motion
4-4  Orbital Motion
4-5  Chapter Review Exercises

05 Angular Dynamics and Kinematics

5-1  Rotational Kinematics
5-2  Rotational Dyanmics
5-3  Center of Mass
5-4  Static Problems
5-5  Chapter Review Exercises

06 Conservation Laws

6-1  Why Are There Conservation Laws?
6-2  Conservation of Linear Momentum
6-3  Conservation of Angular Momentum
6-4  Conservation of Energy
6-5  More on Energy
6-6  Chapter Review Exercises

07 Electricity

7-1  Charge
7-2  Conductors and Insulators
7-3  Charge Transfer
7-4  Coulomb's Law
7-5  Voltage
7-6  Chapter Review Exercises

08 Simple Circuits

8-1  Simple Circuits
8-2  Resistance, Current, and Ohm's Law
8-3  Series and Parallel Circuits
8-4  Kirchhoff's Laws for Circuits
8-5  Circuit Diagrams
8-6  Capacitors
8-7  Chapter Review Exercises

09 Fields

9-1  Forces and Fields
9-2  Gravitational Fields
9-3  Electric Fields
9-4  Energy and Fields
9-5  Magnetic Fields
9-6  Magnetic Forces
9-7  The Hall Effect
9-8  Chapter Review Exercises

10 Electromagnetism

10-1  Faraday and Lenz
10-2  Common Electromagnetic Devices
10-3  Maxwell and Electromagnetic Radiation
10-4  Electromagnetic Spectrum
10-5  Special Relativity and Electromagnetism
10-6  Chapter Review Exercises

11 Waves

11-1  Simple Harmonic Motion
11-2  Wave Basics
11-3  Traveling Waves
11-4  Interference
11-5  Standing Waves
11-6  Sound as a Wave
11-7  Light as a Wave
11-8  Traveling Sources and Receivers: The Doppler Shift
11-9  Wave Behavior
11-10  Encoding Information in Electromagnetic Waves
11-11  Chapter Review Exercises

12 Optics

12-1  What Is Optics?
12-2  Law of Reflection
12-3  Law of Refraction
12-4  Ray Tracing and Image Formation
12-5  Two-Slit Interference and Diffraction Gratings
12-6  Single-Slit Interference
12-7  Thin-Film Interference
12-8  Scattering
12-9  Chapter Review Exercises

13 Thermodynamics

13-1  Temperature and Heat
13-2  Gas Laws
13-3  Laws of Thermodynamics
13-4  Engines
13-5  Chapter Review Exercises

14 Fluids

14-1  What Is a Fluid?
14-2  Fluid Friction
14-3  Pascal and Hydraulics
14-4  Archimedes and Buoyancy
14-5  Bernoulli and Fluid Flow
14-6  Chapter Review Exercises

15 Quantum Physics

15-1  The Standard Model
15-2  Early Quantum Mechanics
15-3  Complete Quantum Theories of the Atom
15-4  Nuclear Physics
15-5  Classical vs. Modern Physics
15-6  Chapter Review Exercises

16 Astrophysics

16-1  The Composition of Stars
16-2  Fission and Fusion
16-3  Stellar Evolution
16-4  The Big Bang
16-5  Dark Energy
16-6  Dark Matter
16-7  The Cosmic Distance Ladder
16-8  Chapter Review Exercises

17 Appendix A: Vectors

17-1  Concepts
17-2  Math
17-3  Phsics
17-4  Review Exercises

18 Appendix B: Units and Formulas

18-1  SI Unit
18-2  Dimensional Analysis
18-3  Universal Units?
18-4  General Physics Problem-Solving Procedure
18-5  Commonl Used Physcs Equations
18-6  Constants
18-7  Review Exercises

01 Three Types of Relativity

1-1  Galilean relativity
1-2  Special Relativity
1-3  General Relativity

02 Forces

2-1  Newton's Three Laws of Motion
2-2  Types of Forces
2-3  Fundamental Forces
2-4  Free-Body Diagrams and Solving Force Problems
2-3  Chapter Review Exercises

03 Linear Motion

3-1  Acceleration and Velocity Vectors
3-2  Distance and Displacement
3-3  Kinematics Graphs
3-4  Equations of Motion for Constant Acceleration
3-5  Chapter Review Exercises

04 2-D Motion

4-1  Relative Velocity
4-2  Centripetal Forces and Circular Motion
4-3  Projectile Motion
4-4  Orbital Motion
4-5  Chapter Review Exercises

05 Angular Dynamics and Kinematics

5-1  Rotational Kinematics
5-2  Rotational Dyanmics
5-3  Center of Mass
5-4  Static Problems
5-5  Chapter Review Exercises

06 Conservation Laws

6-1  Why Are There Conservation Laws?
6-2  Conservation of Linear Momentum
6-3  Conservation of Angular Momentum
6-4  Conservation of Energy
6-5  More on Energy
6-6  Chapter Review Exercises

07 Electricity

7-1  Charge
7-2  Conductors and Insulators
7-3  Charge Transfer
7-4  Coulomb's Law
7-5  Voltage
7-6  Chapter Review Exercises

08 Simple Circuits

8-1  Simple Circuits
8-2  Resistance, Current, and Ohm's Law
8-3  Series and Parallel Circuits
8-4  Kirchhoff's Laws for Circuits
8-5  Circuit Diagrams
8-6  Capacitors
8-7  Chapter Review Exercises

09 Fields

9-1  Forces and Fields
9-2  Gravitational Fields
9-3  Electric Fields
9-4  Energy and Fields
9-5  Magnetic Fields
9-6  Magnetic Forces
9-7  The Hall Effect
9-8  Chapter Review Exercises

10 Electromagnetism

10-1  Faraday and Lenz
10-2  Common Electromagnetic Devices
10-3  Maxwell and Electromagnetic Radiation
10-4  Electromagnetic Spectrum
10-5  Special Relativity and Electromagnetism
10-6  Chapter Review Exercises

11 Waves

11-1  Simple Harmonic Motion
11-2  Wave Basics
11-3  Traveling Waves
11-4  Interference
11-5  Standing Waves
11-6  Sound as a Wave
11-7  Light as a Wave
11-8  Traveling Sources and Receivers: The Doppler Shift
11-9  Wave Behavior
11-10  Encoding Information in Electromagnetic Waves
11-11  Chapter Review Exercises

12 Optics

12-1  What Is Optics?
12-2  Law of Reflection
12-3  Law of Refraction
12-4  Ray Tracing and Image Formation
12-5  Two-Slit Interference and Diffraction Gratings
12-6  Single-Slit Interference
12-7  Thin-Film Interference
12-8  Scattering
12-9  Chapter Review Exercises

13 Thermodynamics

13-1  Temperature and Heat
13-2  Gas Laws
13-3  Laws of Thermodynamics
13-4  Engines
13-5  Chapter Review Exercises

14 Fluids

14-1  What Is a Fluid?
14-2  Fluid Friction
14-3  Pascal and Hydraulics
14-4  Archimedes and Buoyancy
14-5  Bernoulli and Fluid Flow
14-6  Chapter Review Exercises

15 Quantum Physics

15-1  The Standard Model
15-2  Early Quantum Mechanics
15-3  Complete Quantum Theories of the Atom
15-4  Nuclear Physics
15-5  Classical vs. Modern Physics
15-6  Chapter Review Exercises

16 Astrophysics

16-1  The Composition of Stars
16-2  Fission and Fusion
16-3  Stellar Evolution
16-4  The Big Bang
16-5  Dark Energy
16-6  Dark Matter
16-7  The Cosmic Distance Ladder
16-8  Chapter Review Exercises

17 Appendix A: Vectors

17-1  Concepts
17-2  Math
17-3  Phsics
17-4  Review Exercises

18 Appendix B: Units and Formulas

18-1  SI Unit
18-2  Dimensional Analysis
18-3  Universal Units?
18-4  General Physics Problem-Solving Procedure
18-5  Commonl Used Physcs Equations
18-6  Constants
18-7  Review Exercises

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