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      0.1    The Metric System
      0.2    Measurement
      0.3    Significant Figures
      0.4    Scientific Notation
      0.5    Graphing
      0.6    Vectors
      0.7    General Math
1    Motion
      1.1    Uniform (Non-accelerated) 1-D Motion
      1.2    Accelerated 1-D Motion
      1.3    Free Fall 1-D Motion
      1.4    Projectile Motion - Horizontally Launched
      1.5    Upwardly Launched Projectile Motion
      1.6    Oscillatory Motion (pendulums & springs)
2    Force
      2.1    Law of Inertia & Mass / Coriolis Effect
      2.2    N2L (F = ma)
      2.3    Action/ Reaction (Force Pairs)
      2.4    Statics (Forces in Equilibrium)
      2.5    Friction / Air Drag
      2.6    Gravitation / Tides
3    Circular Motion
      3.1    Rotational Speed & Angular Velocity
      3.2    Centripetal Force & Centripetal Acceleration
      3.3    Torque / Rotational Equilibrium (includes center of gravity, stability, & toppling)
      3.4    Rotational Acceleration
      3.5    Angular Momentum
      3.6    Rotational Kinetic Energy
4    Energy
      4.1    Work & Power
      4.2    (Mechanical) Energy Transfer & Conservation
      4.3    Mechanical Advantage & Machines
      4.4    Heat & Efficiency
      4.5    Applications (Electrical Power Consumption)
5    Momentum
      5.1    Impulse (Egg Competitions...)
      5.2    Types of Collisions
      5.3    Conservation of Momentum
6    Oscillatory Motion, Waves, & Sound
      6.1    Springs (including Hooke's Law
      6.2    Pendulums
      6.3    Waves & Parts of a Wave, Superposition Principle
      6.4    Wave Phenomena (Speed, Doppler Effect, Bow Waves, & Shock Waves)
      6.5    Sound
      6.6    Music & Instruments
7    Thermodynamics
      7.1    Temperature & Forms of Heat Transfer
      7.2    Heat Conductivity
      7.3    Thermal Expansion 
      7.4    Laws of Thermodynamics
      7.5    Heat Engines, Cycles, Efficiency
8    LIght
      8.1    Light Models & Introductory Material
      8.2    Color & Perception
      8.3    Reflection
      8.4    Refraction
      8.5    Optical Instruments
      8.6    Physical Optics (Interference & Diffraction)
9    Electricity & Magnetism
      9.1    Electrostatics
      9.2    Capacitors as charge and energy storage (but not in circuits)
      9.3    Electric Fields & Equipotential Surfaces
      9.4    Electric Potential & Potential Energy
      9.5    Circuits (DC, resistors only, series & parallel)
      9.6    Ohm's Law
      9.7    Magnetism
      9.8    Faraday's Law, Electromagnetic Induction