The Grade 12 AP physics class is working on their first lab of the year. By comparing the distances that two cans with different contents traveled after rolling down a ramp, they analyzed the energy of the system and fluid dynamics within the cans.
Grade 11 students used their theoretical knowledge of simple machines and applied it to everyday objects. They found the mechanical advantage of everyday equipment, including fishing rods, bikes, and musical instruments.
Grade 11 Calculus students are learning how to find the net signed area of a curve in a given region. Furthermore, calculus has shown them how to integrate physics and math together to solve position, velocity, and acceleration functions.
Grade 11 students have learned about the chain rule, the derivative of trigonometric functions and implicit functions. Now, by studying the differentiation of logarithmic equations, they are able to expand their spectrum of mathematical knowledge.