Topic outline

  • Class Information

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  • Introduction

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  • Chapter 2-Motion

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  • Chapter 3-Forces and Newton's Laws

    Matthew 14:16-34 (NASB)

    22 And immediately He made the disciples get into the boat, and go ahead of Him to the other side, while He sent the multitudes away.

     23 And after He had sent the multitudes away, He went up to the mountain by Himself to pray; and when it was evening, He was there alone.

     24 But the boat was already many stadia away from the land, battered by the waves; for the wind was contrary.

     25 And in the fourth watch of the night He came to them, walking on the sea.

     26 And when the disciples saw Him walking on the sea, they were frightened, saying, “It is a ghost!” And they cried out for fear.

     27 But immediately Jesus spoke to them, saying, “Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid.”

     28 And Peter answered Him and said, “Lord, if it is You, command me to come to You on the water.”

     29 And He said, “Come!” And Peter got out of the boat, and walked on the water and came toward Jesus.

     30 But seeing the wind, he became afraid, and beginning to sink, he cried out, saying, “Lord, save me!”

     31 And immediately Jesus stretched out His hand and took hold of him, and *said to him, “O you of little faith, why did you doubt?”

     32 And when they got into the boat, the wind stopped.

     33 And those who were in the boat worshiped Him, saying, “You are certainly God’s Son!”

     34 And when they had crossed over, they came to land at Gennesaret.

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  • Chapter 5-Thermal Energy

    1st law of thermodynamics

    The change in thermal energy of an object is equal to the heat added to the object minus the work done by the object.  It is otherwise known as the Law of Conservation of Energy.  Energy is neither created nor destroyed, it only changes forms or ∆U = Q - W.

    2nd law of thermodynamics

    The change in entropy of an object is equal to the heat added to the object divided by the temperature of the object.  If heat is added, entropy increases, it heat is lost, entropy decreases.  Ideally, all objects will reach a state of disorder.  The movement is to random disorder or ∆S = Q/T.

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