In Spring 2014, I taught a combined class of Math III and Precalculus students. Many of the objectives aligned fine, but now in the Fall I’ll have the same Math III students in Precalculus (again, sortof). I want to spice up the class by teaching them physics! If anyone has resources they can link me to, or even a dropbox, I’ll be infinitely grateful!

There is a lot of physics/engineering stuff as well as mechanics which would be interesting and mathematical:
electricity: alternating current, 3-phase, capacitors, electric motors
Boyles Law
heating and cooling
radioactivity
forces and statics
etc
Do try and get some practical work in, eg falling bodies, projectiles
Best wishes with this.

Hi !

An old but well known book is Mechanics via the Calculus by Norris and believe it or not Seymour Legge. I found one on amazon for you:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B002GDFZ5Y/ref=dp_olp_used_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=used

There is a lot of physics/engineering stuff as well as mechanics which would be interesting and mathematical:

electricity: alternating current, 3-phase, capacitors, electric motors

Boyles Law

heating and cooling

radioactivity

forces and statics

etc

Do try and get some practical work in, eg falling bodies, projectiles

Best wishes with this.

Thank you! I’ll definitely be focusing on practical work so they can use what they learn 🙂