# Life of Fred Pre-Algebra 0 with Physics

Fred does physics before algebra.Learn . . .How ducks and cows pronounce µ differentlyWhy no one can weigh 55 kilogramsHow Kingie could move a safe that superman couldn't. . . and even some elementary physics:Numerals; Making …

SKU: LOFPHY

Stock Status:
In Stock

### Description

Fred does physics before algebra.

Learn . . .

Numerals; Making models; Nineteen conversion factor problems; Area of a rectangle; Friction independent of speed; Constants of Proportionality; Exact speed of light; Continuous and discrete variables; Story of the meter; Pendulums; Oblate spheroids; Square roots; Normal forces; Coefficient of friction; Solving d = rt for r; Graphing points; Ordered pairs; Why rocks stop falling; Hunch-conjecture-theory-law; Simultaneity doesn't exist; Inductive and deductive reasoning; How fossils and astronomy are connected; Hooke's law; Three meanings of plastic; Static vs. kinetic friction; Nine forms of energy; Energy Cards game; Experimentally finding the coefficient of static friction without knowing the weight of the object; Resolving a vector into its components; Addition of vectors; Similar triangles; Slope; Physicists think that there isn't any work in holding a bowling ball; Kelvin temperature; Law of conservation of energy; Perpetual motion machines; Kilowatt-hours; Photosynthesis; Metric system; Gregorian calendar; Two ways to measure mass; Definition of pi; Inertia; Newton's first and second laws; Definition of pressure; Exponents; Density of neutron stars; Computing the mass of an iron atom; Cavalieri's principle; Pressure at a given depth; Buoyancy; Finding the volume of a desk lamp; Air has mass; Why 35-foot straws don't work; Gedanken experiments; Elliptical constructions; Galvani and dead frogs that twitch; Schematic drawings in electrical circuits; Electrons per second in an ampere; Ohm's law; Batteries in series; Computing resistance in parallel circuits; Dangers of electricity—Thomas Merton; History of the atom; Principal quantum number; Orbital quantum number; Orbital magnetic quantum number; Spin magnetic quantum number; Positron

Learn . . .

- How ducks and cows pronounce µ differently
- Why no one can weigh 55 kilograms
- How Kingie could move a safe that superman couldn't

Numerals; Making models; Nineteen conversion factor problems; Area of a rectangle; Friction independent of speed; Constants of Proportionality; Exact speed of light; Continuous and discrete variables; Story of the meter; Pendulums; Oblate spheroids; Square roots; Normal forces; Coefficient of friction; Solving d = rt for r; Graphing points; Ordered pairs; Why rocks stop falling; Hunch-conjecture-theory-law; Simultaneity doesn't exist; Inductive and deductive reasoning; How fossils and astronomy are connected; Hooke's law; Three meanings of plastic; Static vs. kinetic friction; Nine forms of energy; Energy Cards game; Experimentally finding the coefficient of static friction without knowing the weight of the object; Resolving a vector into its components; Addition of vectors; Similar triangles; Slope; Physicists think that there isn't any work in holding a bowling ball; Kelvin temperature; Law of conservation of energy; Perpetual motion machines; Kilowatt-hours; Photosynthesis; Metric system; Gregorian calendar; Two ways to measure mass; Definition of pi; Inertia; Newton's first and second laws; Definition of pressure; Exponents; Density of neutron stars; Computing the mass of an iron atom; Cavalieri's principle; Pressure at a given depth; Buoyancy; Finding the volume of a desk lamp; Air has mass; Why 35-foot straws don't work; Gedanken experiments; Elliptical constructions; Galvani and dead frogs that twitch; Schematic drawings in electrical circuits; Electrons per second in an ampere; Ohm's law; Batteries in series; Computing resistance in parallel circuits; Dangers of electricity—Thomas Merton; History of the atom; Principal quantum number; Orbital quantum number; Orbital magnetic quantum number; Spin magnetic quantum number; Positron

### Technical Data

Cover | Hardcover Textbook |

Number of Pages | 288 |

Colour Content | Black and White |

Reproducible | No |

Number of Lessons | 40 Lessons plus Bridges |

Answer Key | Included |

Biblical Content | Occasional references - accepted by many USA Public and Charter schools. |

Ages | Grade 6-8 |