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MATLAB



In their junior year, all high school students are introduced to MATLAB. MATLAB is a programming language that allows students to manipulate data, design simulations, and create both 2D and 3D graphs of data and algebraic relationships. After students have studied linear motion in the context of MATLAB and in calculus, they build on these understandings in order to complete a study of mechanics - including Newton's laws of motion, energy relationships, motion in two dimensions, and rotational motion. In their senior year, students continue studying oscillations and waves, sound, electricity, magnetism, and light, as well as tackling a variety of topics in modern physics.