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An algebrabased, introductory collegelevel physics course that explores topics such as Newtonian mechanics (including rotational motion); work, energy, and power; mechanical waves and sound; and introductory simple circuits. This course is followed shortly after with AP®︎ Physics 2, which we also support.From  Khan Academy 

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Subjects  Science 
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Let's explore the ideas of displacement, velocity, and acceleration. We'll do exciting things like throw things off cliffs (far safer on paper than in real life) and see how high... Khan Academy
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Now that we understand velocity and acceleration well in onedimension, we can explore scenarios that are even more fun. With a little bit of trigonometry, we can think about... Khan Academy
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Forces and Newton's laws of motion Let's learn about what a force is and how Newton changed the world's view of how reality works.This course contains 7 segments:Introduction to forces and free body diagramsThis... Khan Academy
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Uniform circular motion and gravitation Why do things move in circles? Learn about centripetal acceleration, centripetal force, and Newton's law of gravitation. This course contains 4 segments:Uniform circular motion... Khan Academy
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"Energy" is a word that's used a lot. Here, you'll learn about how it's one of the most useful concepts in physics. Along the way, we'll talk about work, kinetic energy, potential... Khan Academy
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Linear momentum and collisions Momentum ties velocity and mass into one quantity. It might not be obvious why this is useful, but momentum has this cool property where the total amount of it never changes. This... Khan Academy
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Everything we've learned about motion, forces, energy, and momentum can be reused with a few tweaks to analyze rotating objects. In this lesson, you'll learn about rotational... Khan Academy
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Have you ever watched a slinky gyrate back and forth? This is an example of harmonic motion, a special class of oscillatory motion. In this unit, we'll see how we can model and... Khan Academy
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Waves are responsible for basically every form of communication we use. Whether you're talking out loud or texting on your phone, there's going to be a wave transmitting... Khan Academy
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Electric charge and electric force Electric forces hold together the atoms and molecules in your eyes which allow you to read this sentence. Take a moment and learn about the force that holds our bodies... Khan Academy
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Circuits make computers, digital cameras, and video games possible. Circuits are driving an unprecedented rate of change in how we live. In this unit, you'll learn about the... Khan Academy
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Prepare for the 2019 AP Physics 1 exam Studying for the AP Physics 1 exam? Watch and practice with these materials to help you review.This course contains 4 segments:Prepare for the 2019 AP Physics 1 examAP Physics 1... Khan Academy
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Hours  30 
Language  English 
Subjects  Science 
Careers
An overview of related careers and their average salaries in the US. Bars indicate income percentile (33rd  99th).
Work Coordinator $36k
Clerical Work $42k
work advisor 2 $64k
Utility Work $66k
Motion & Interaction Designer $90k
Motion Designer Manager $96k
Interactive and Motion Designer $100k
Motion Solutions Engineer $111k
Motion Design Producer $160k