The best time to learn new things is in the first quarter century of our lives. This means the Fred does physics before algebra with Life of Fred, Pre-Algebra 0 with Physics. As you journey with him through his day. You will also realise how to use your youthful brain to grab the new concepts quickly. The top benefit will be seeing opportunities to learn more about physics everywhere you look!
You will have fun learning how ducks and cows pronounce µ differently, why no one can weigh 55 kilograms and how Kingie could move a safe that superman couldn’t!
But this is a math curriculum after all so you will even learn some elementary physics like:
- Numerals, the area of a rectangle and oblate spheroids
- Making models and the exact speed of light
- Continuous and discrete variables
- Story of the meter and pendulums
- Square roots, normal forces and coefficient of friction
- Solving d = rt and graphing points
- Why rocks stop falling and why simultaneity doesn’t exist
- Static vs. kinetic friction and 9 forms of energy
- Physicists think that there isn’t any work in holding a bowling ball
- Kelvin temperature and the Law of Conservation of energy
- Schematic drawings in electrical circuits
- Electrons per second in an ampere and computing resistance in parallel circuits
- And so much more!
Interested in famous people?
In Life of Fred, Pre-Algebra with Physics you will meet Democritus, Isaac Newton, Henri Becquerel, J. J. Thomson, Ernest Rutherford, Niels Bohr, Arnold Sommerfeld, Louis de Broglie, C. J. Divisson and L. H. Germer, Wolfgang Pauli, Werner Heisenberg, Paul Dirac, and Carl David Anderson
Unlike all other math programs, this one also has:
• Krypton vs. kryptonite
• Pilgrims in Massachusetts in 1620
• Four ways to stretch a spring
• Calamari spaghetti
• Poetry of Christina Rossetti
• Most filmed spot in the world
• Getting grass stains out of pants
This is Fred’s life so you will learn, along with him, why cramming doesn’t work well, the advantages of cerebrospinal fluid and how water fountains work along with many other life lessons.
This is a non-consumable book with the answers included in the textbook. Once you have completed Life of Fred, pre-algebra with physics you are ready for pre-algebra with biology.