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Instruct the students about a complete circuit, continuous paths for electrons, measuring current and voltage to calculate power, preliminary series and parallel.

Instructs students about diodes and applies a number of other circuit and electronic components the students have learned about (capacitors, generators, and relays). This experiment was published in The Physics Teacher, 2007.

To teach the concepts of vector addition, the net force/torque as the vector sum of multiple forces/torques, torque as vectors, right hand rule for torque vector directions, unit conversion, mechanical advantage and center of gravity.

To demonstrate that all objects fall with the same acceleration under the influence of gravity irrespective of mass and that projectile motion is the superposition of horizontal motion with constant velocity and vertical motion with a constant acceleration and that these two motions are completely independent of each other.

To teach the definitions of work and energy, kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy, the Work-Energy Theorem, to demonstrate non-conservative work due to friction and to demonstrate energy conservation for cars rolling down ramps.

To demonstrate the concepts of pressure, compressible and incompressible fluids, hydrostatic pressure of a fluid column, continuity (mass conservation) in fluid flow, Pascal’s Principle, Pascal’s Law, gauge pressure, work and energy in a flowing fluid and Bernoulli effects due to the inverse relationship between flow speed and pressure in a moving fluid.

To instruct the students about optical instruments formed from multiple optical elements:periscopes, compound microscopes, refracting telescopes and reflecting telescopes.

To instruct the students about geometrical optics: ray tracing and the formation of real and virtual images by a pinhole and a thin converging lens.Also to demonstrate practical instruments based on a single thin lens:light house, slide projector and camera.

Instruct students to apply topics explored in Solar Heating and Solar Energy lab, given a set of supplies, to measure the thermal expansion of the world's oceans.