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â€‹             Part I: Kinematics

• Four fundamental forces of nature and Newtonian forces  (est 3 hrs)

• The scientific method and benefits of rationalism in approaching solving problems for all fields of study (est. 2hrs)

• Introduction to motion and a look at how motion exists through multidimensional space (est 2 hrs)

• Speed  (est. 2 hrs)

• Velocity  (Topic 1)  (est.1 hr)

[speed vs velocity review  est. 1           hr]

• Acceleration (average and instantaneous) (est 2 hrs)

• Graphing motion (est 2 hrs)

Review conceptual motion exam (est 1 hr)

• Motion with constant acceleration (est 1 hr)

• Falling bodies  (est 1 hr)

• Projectile Motion introduction (est 1 hr)

• physical motion discussion/ demonstration of  kinematic motion and projectile bodies  (eâ€‹st 4 hrs)

Review motion with constant acceleration and projectile motion (est. 2 hr)

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Projectile motion and motion at constant acceleration exam (1 hr)

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Total estimated hours for kinematics: 24hrs

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Section II

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• Newton’s Laws

• description and examples of Newton's first law (est. 2 hrs)â€‹

• subplot Newton's first law:â€‹

• friction (est 1 hr)â€‹â€‹

• Newton's second lawâ€‹
• description and examples (est. 2 hrs)â€‹
• Newton's third law
• description and examples (est. 2 hrs)â€‹
• Uniform Circular Motion
• â€‹Centripetal Forces (est. 2 hrs)
• Planetary Motion

• satellitesâ€‹ (est. 2 hrs)

• Examples of uniform circular motion manifested (est. 2 hrs)â€‹

• Gravity

• Newton's 3rd law and gravity (est. 1 hr)â€‹â€‹â€‹

• Bending of space time due to gravity (est. 2 hrs)

• Relativity  (est. 1 hr)

• Kepler's Laws (est 1hr)

• How heavenly bodies (planets and galaxies operated due to gravity (est 3 hrs)

â€‹ [Review of Newton's laws and gravity  (est. 2 hrs)]â€‹

Unit II exam (est. 1 hr)

Total estimated hours for section II: 24 hrs

Section III

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• Energy

• Workâ€‹ (est. 2hrs)

• Mechanical energy

• gravitational potential (est. 1 hr)â€‹

• elastic potential (est. 2 hrs)

• translational kinetic (est. 1 hr)

• rotational kinetic (est. 1hr)

• What IS energy as a particle? (est. 3 hrs)

• Power (est. 2 hrs)

• Conservation of Energy Principles  (est 2 hrs)

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[Review on energy est. 2 hrs]

• Springs and Simple Harmonic Motion (est. 1 hr)

• Momentum (est 1 hr)

• examples of momentum  simulated (est 1hr)â€‹

• impulse and collisions (est 1 hr)

• examples of impulse experienced (est. 1hr)

• Conservation of Momentum (est. 2 hrs)

Review on momentum (est 1 hr)

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Exam on energy, momentum and conservation of energy and momentum [est 1hr]

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• Rotational motion (concept in nature) (est. 1 hr)

• angular displacement, â€‹angular speed, angular acceleration (est 1hr.)

• examples of rotational motion (est. 1 hr)

• Moment of inertia/rotational inertia (est. 1 hr)

• examples of â€‹rotational inertia (est. 1 hr)

• Torque; examples (est 1 hr)

• Conservation of Angular Momentum (spin rates/arm tuck experiments) (est 1 hr)

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Review on rotational motion (1 hr)

Exam on rotational motion (1 hr)

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Total estimated hours for kinematics: 34 hrs

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Total time for course without  extras: 82 hrs

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Optional (in class assignments)

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In class word problems given and discussed:

• For section I (est. 2 hrs)

• For section II (est. 3 hrs)

• For section III (est 3 hrs)

• Homework review (4 hrs)

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Total time for course with  extras: 94 hrs

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â€‹

Physics bootcamp 1

Group rate

minimum 6

â€‹

Total: for group class rate

minimum 6 students

\$50/day x 5 days =

\$250 per student

â€‹

Group rate

minimum 3- 5

Total: for group class rate

minimum 3-5 students

\$60/day x 5 days =

\$300 per student

â€‹

Group rate

minimum 1- 2

Total: for group class rate

minimum 1-2 students

\$90/day x 5 days =

\$450 per student

Group rate comes out to roughly \$22/hr

minimum 6

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Total: for group class rate for whole course with in class assignments instruction: \$2000

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Total: for group class rate for whole course without in class assignments instruction: \$1800

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Total: for  just covering section I with in class assignments instruction:

\$570  + 2 hrs of hw review = \$600

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Total: for  just covering section I without in class assignments instruction:

\$520

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Total: for  just covering section II with in class assignments instruction:

\$590  + 2 hrs of hw review = \$620

â€‹

Total: for  just covering section II without in class assignments instruction:

\$520

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Total: for  just covering section III with in class assignments instruction:

\$810  + 2 hrs of hw review = \$840

â€‹

Total: for  just covering section I without in class assignments instruction:

\$740

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Group rate comes out to roughly \$35/hr

minimum 3

FIX RATES

Total: for group class rate for whole course with in class assignments instruction: \$3000

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Total: for group class rate for whole course without in class assignments instruction: \$2870

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Total: for  just covering section I with in class assignments instruction:

\$570  + 2 hrs of hw review = \$920

â€‹

Total: for  just covering section I without in class assignments instruction:

\$840

â€‹

Total: for  just covering section II with in class assignments instruction:

\$590  + 2 hrs of hw review = \$920

â€‹

Total: for  just covering section II without in class assignments instruction:

\$840

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Total: for  just covering section III with in class assignments instruction:

\$810  + 2 hrs of hw review = \$1290

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Total: for  just covering section I without in class assignments instruction:

\$1190

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â€‹             Part I: Kinematics

• Four fundamental forces of nature and Newtonian forces  (est 3 hrs)

• The scientific method and benefits of rationalism in approaching solving problems for all fields of study (est. 2hrs)

• Introduction to motion and a look at how motion exists through multidimensional space (est 2 hrs)

• Speed  (est. 2 hrs)

• Velocity  (Topic 1)  (est.1 hr)

[speed vs velocity review  est. 1           hr]

• Acceleration (average and instantaneous) (est 2 hrs)

• Graphing motion (est 2 hrs)

Review conceptual motion exam (est 1 hr)

• Motion with constant acceleration (est 1 hr)

• Falling bodies  (est 1 hr)

• Projectile Motion introduction (est 1 hr)

• physical motion discussion/ demonstration of  kinematic motion and projectile bodies  (eâ€‹st 4 hrs)

Review motion with constant acceleration and projectile motion (est. 2 hr)

â€‹

Projectile motion and motion at constant acceleration exam (1 hr)

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Total estimated hours for kinematics: 25hrs

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Section II

â€‹

• Newton’s Laws

• description and examples of Newton's first law (est. 2 hrs)â€‹

• subplot Newton's first law:â€‹

• friction (est 1 hr)â€‹â€‹

• Newton's second lawâ€‹
• description and examples (est. 2 hrs)â€‹
• Newton's third law
• description and examples (est. 2 hrs)â€‹
• Uniform Circular Motion
• â€‹Centripetal Forces (est. 2 hrs)
• Planetary Motion

• satellitesâ€‹ (est. 2 hrs)

• Examples of uniform circular motion manifested (est. 2 hrs)â€‹

• Gravity

• Newton's 3rd law and gravity (est. 1 hr)â€‹â€‹â€‹

• Bending of space time due to gravity (est. 2 hrs)

• Relativity  (est. 1 hr)

• Kepler's Laws (est 1hr)

• How heavenly bodies (planets and galaxies operated due to gravity (est 3 hrs)

â€‹ [Review of Newton's laws and gravity  (est. 2 hrs)]â€‹

â€‹

Unit II exam (est. 1 hr)

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Total estimated hours for section II: 24 hrs

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Section III

â€‹

• Energy

• Workâ€‹ (est. 2hrs)

• Mechanical energy

• gravitational potential (est. 1 hr)â€‹

• elastic potential (est. 2 hrs)

• translational kinetic (est. 1 hr)

• rotational kinetic (est. 1hr)

• What IS energy as a particle? (est. 3 hrs)

• Power (est. 2 hrs)

• Conservation of Energy Principles  (est 2 hrs)

â€‹

[Review on energy est. 2 hrs]

• Springs and Simple Harmonic Motion (est. 1 hr)

• Momentum (est 1 hr)

• examples of momentum  simulated (est 1hr)â€‹

• impulse and collisions (est 1 hr)

• examples of impulse experienced (est. 1hr)

• Conservation of Momentum (est. 2 hrs)

Review on momentum (est 1 hr)

â€‹

Exam on energy, momentum and conservation of energy and momentum [est 1hr]

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• Rotational motion (concept in nature) (est. 1 hr)

• angular displacement, â€‹angular speed, angular acceleration (est 1hr.)

• examples of rotational motion (est. 1 hr)

• Moment of inertia/rotational inertia (est. 1 hr)

• examples of â€‹rotational inertia (est. 1 hr)

• Torque; examples (est 1 hr)

• Conservation of Angular Momentum (spin rates/arm tuck experiments) (est 1 hr)

â€‹

Review on rotational motion (1 hr)

Exam on rotational motion (1 hr)

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Total estimated hours for kinematics: 34 hrs

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Total time for course without  extras: 83 hrs

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6 hrs/wk: 14 weeks

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Optional (in class assignments)

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In class word problems given and discussed:

• For section I (est. 2 hrs)

• For section II (est. 3 hrs)

• For section III (est 3 hrs)

• Homework review (4 hrs)

â€‹

Total time for course with  extras: 95 hrs

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6 hrs/wk: 16 weeks

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â€‹

Fitness bootcamp 1

Group rate

minimum 6

â€‹

Total: for group class rate

minimum 6 students

\$50/day x 5 days =

\$250 per student

â€‹

Group rate

minimum 3- 5

Total: for group class rate

minimum 3-5 students

\$60/day x 5 days =

\$300 per student

â€‹

Group rate

minimum 1- 2

Total: for group class rate

minimum 1-2 students

\$90/day x 5 days =

\$450 per student

Fitness bootcamp 2

Group rate

minimum 6

â€‹

Total: for group class rate

minimum 6 students

\$50/day x 5 days =

\$250 per student

â€‹

Group rate

minimum 3- 5

Total: for group class rate

minimum 3-5 students

\$60/day x 5 days =

\$300 per student

â€‹

Group rate

minimum 1- 2

Total: for group class rate

minimum 1-2 students

\$90/day x 5 days =

\$450 per student

â€‹

Group rate

minimum 3 students

Total: for group class rate

minimum 3 students

\$90/1 hr session

â€‹

Group rate

minimum 1- 2

Total: for group class rate

minimum 1-2 students

\$70/1 hr session

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