Kanata Art center


Course Description

The objective of this course is to provide an in-depth presentation of Newtonian mechanics. Students that complete the course will be well prepared for a University/College level introductory physics course.

Term One

  • math skills required for physics: Cartesian Coordinates and vectors
  • 1-dimensional kinematics
  • math skills required for physics: trigonometric functions
  • 2-dimensional kinematics
  • math skills required for physics: quadratic equations
  • applications of kinematics
  • forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion
  • applications of Newton’s Laws: incline planes
  • applications of Newton’s Laws: pulleys
  • applications of Newton’s Laws: friction and advanced problems

Term Two

  • review of term one material
  • energy and work
  • application of Energy and Work: springs and pendulums
  • circular motion
  • gravitation
  • oscillations
  • course review

Appropriate for: Grade 9 to Adult

Winter Session: February 03 – April 19, 2020


Please e-mail admin@resolutecenter.ca or call (613) 627-0066 to register.