In Physics, there is a strong demand for our mathematical knowledge. We cover a wide range of information regarding important theories,
concepts, and physics principles. This includes:Newtonian Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Waves and Optics, Thermal and Fluid Physics,
and more. If you wanted to get a better understanding of the class,
you might be able to find more information on our teacherâ€™s website.

## Penny Drop Lab

The first lab report we did in Physics was the Penny Drop Lab. The lab was simple, create a
hypothesis for the relationship between the height that a penny is dropped and the time that
it takes to hit the ground from the moment it was released. And ultimately use this information
to find a constant for the theoretical acceleration. For this lab, one main objective was to
learn how to create solid procedure, organize the data, and use analysis to derive solutions,
such as using the percent error or standard deviation from multiple penny drop trials to remark
on the accuracy or precision of the model. Overall, it was a nice learning process applicable to future labs.