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Body Physics: Motion to Metabolism

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Body Physics: Motion to Metabolism
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Publisher: Open Oregon Educational Resources
Number of pages: 510

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Body Physics sticks to the basic functioning of the human body, from motion to metabolism, as a common theme through which the fundamental physics topics are introduced. The human body was chosen as the contextual theme so that all students are able to connect with the theme a personal way.

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