Here you will find links to all course materials, due dates, notes, handouts, etc. This page serves as a repository for resources and the class schedule may not be reflected in the order of items on this page.

NOTE: Our textbook is **Physics12** published by Nelson Publishing. A copy of this textbook is accessible online: Nelson Physics12

NOTE: All course materials and online guides are available at: sph4u.mremrich.com

- Unit Analysis
- Graphical Analysis
- Error Analysis
- Scientific Notation
- Significant Digits

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In this section of the course, we will learn different ways to model motion in one-dimension where the velocity is constant. This will involve illustrations, desctiptions and mathematical equations. We will do this by:

- Conducting an experiment.
- Using the observations of this experiment to determine a relationship between position and time by:
- Building graphs to model this relationship
- Determining the equations that describe this relationship

- Extending the graphical and mathematical model to describe new situations

In addition to looking at one dimensional uniform motion, we will look at two dimensional uniform motion. Again determining graphical, mathematical and linguistic methods of describing this motion.

- Drawing Vector Scale Diagrams
- Describing Frames of Reference

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- Experiment determining relationship between forces and uniform motion
- Building graphs to model this relationship
- Determining the equations that describe this relationship
- Extending the graphical and mathematical model

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- Experiment determining relationship between forces and non-uniform motion
- Building graphs to model this relationship
- Determining the equations that describe this relationship
- Extending the graphical and mathematical model

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- Experiment determining relationship between position and time
- Experiment determining relationship between velocity and time
- Building graphs to model this relationship
- Determining the equations that describe this relationship
- Extending the graphical and mathematical model

Link to course materials:

- Experiment determining relationship between position and time
- Experiment determining relationship between velocity and time
- Building graphs to model this relationship
- Determining the equations that describe this relationship
- Extending the graphical and mathematical model

Link to course materials:

- Experiment determining relationship between position and time
- Experiment determining relationship between velocity and time
- Building graphs to model this relationship
- Determining the equations that describe this relationship
- Extending the graphical and mathematical model

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Creating a new page is a simple affair in **Grav**. Simply follow these simple steps:

- Navigate to your pages folder:
`user/pages/`

and create a new folder. In this example, we will use explicit default ordering and call the folder`02.mypage`

. -
Launch your text editor and paste in the following sample code:

`--- title: My New Page --- # My New Page! This is the body of **my new page** and I can easily use _Markdown_ syntax here.`

- Save this file in the
`user/pages/02.mypage/`

folder as`default.md`

. This will tell**Grav**to render the page using the**default**template. - That is it! Reload your browser to see your new page in the menu.

`menu: My Page`

between the dashes in the page content. This is called the YAML front matter, and it is where you configure page-specific options.

Creating a new page is a simple affair in **Grav**. Simply follow these simple steps:

- Navigate to your pages folder:
`user/pages/`

and create a new folder. In this example, we will use explicit default ordering and call the folder`02.mypage`

. -
Launch your text editor and paste in the following sample code:

`--- title: My New Page --- # My New Page! This is the body of **my new page** and I can easily use _Markdown_ syntax here.`

- Save this file in the
`user/pages/02.mypage/`

folder as`default.md`

. This will tell**Grav**to render the page using the**default**template. - That is it! Reload your browser to see your new page in the menu.

`menu: My Page`

between the dashes in the page content. This is called the YAML front matter, and it is where you configure page-specific options.