Hello fellow scienteers and mathematians :p, after talking with my computer science teacher (who I idolize ;)) I've decided to take AP Physics next year, he'd be my teacher for that course. He wouldn't tell me what I'd be taught in that course, figures, since he's a teacher and all that jazz I didn't expect him to tell me, oh well. So I was thinking if you guys had any guesses as to what he might teach us. Here's the outline for the regular physics course next year, if it helps any: Physics 30S includes a study of kinematics (the study of motion), dynamics (the cause of motion), momentum, work, power, energy wave theory, and an interesting treatment of sound and light. Gravitational, electrical and magnetic fields are also explored. The emphasis is placed on the acquisition of analytical skills required for problem-solving including trigonometry and vector analysis. So, and thoughts?