Exploring Creation with Physics Set
In Exploring Creation with Physics, Dr Wile does a wonderful job of explaining complex ideas in simple, understandable terms, using common household items for experiments instead of expensive lab equipment, and discussing science from a creationist standpoint. The course comes in two parts. The student text, which also includes "On Your Own" questions with accompanying solutions and discussions, lab exercises, end-of-chapter review questions and practice problems. Color drawings help to illustrate points on all the concepts covered, which include Measurement and Units, Motion in One Dimension, Two-Dimension Motion, Newton's Laws, Circular Motion, Work and Energy, Momentum, Periodic Motion, Waves and Optics, Electrostatics, Electrodynamics, Electrical Circuits, and Magnetism. The second part is Solutions and Tests, which includes answers to review questions, answers to practice problems, chapter tests, and test answers.
Each of the 16 chapters, or modules, is designed to take about two weeks if done daily for 45 to 60 minutes per day.
Prerequisites for this course: Algebra I, geometry and basic trigonometry
Sell Back Option $25 Textbook and test book; $18 for Textbook only