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# Home

- NOTES: Scientific notation & unit conversions
- NOTES: Metric estimation & order of magnitude
- LAB: Metric Estimation
- LAB: Metronome Ball & Ramp
- NOTES: Distance vs displacement
- NOTES: average speed v=d/t
- HW: Create three constant speed problems
- CW: Distance displacement speed velocity
- CHECKUP: Week 1 - average speed
- NOTES: Sue graph constant speed
**QUIZ**- Quiz on distance vs displacement, speed vs velocity, and being able to use v=d/t- NOTES: Acceleration 5 examples
- LAB: Accelerating fan cart
- CW: Car tree deer sun sheet
- NOTES: Bob graphing acceleration
- HW: Kinematics first practice sheet
- CW: Car tree deer sun graphing sheet
- CW: Motion Graphs 12Q
- CHECKUP: Week 2 - acceleration
**QUIZ**- Quiz on acceleration including motion graphs and acceleration equations (no freefall included)- LAB: Freefall lab
- NOTES: Freefall graphs
- NOTES: 5 examples on freefall
- CW: Video freefall analysis
- CW: 10Q freefall practice
- HW: Reaction time article and questions
- LAB: Measuring reaction time
- CW: Reaction time while driving
- CW: Freefall graphs
**TEST**- Test on distance vs displacement, speed vs velocity, average speed equation, acceleration equations, graphs of motion (including meaning of slope and area under line), freefall, and labs done during the unit. Includes 4 possible bonus points.- NOTES: Vector components - concept development 5-1
- NOTES: Numerical vector addition
- CW: Vector XY sheet 6 examples
- HW: Vector components
- NOTES: Boat crossing river
- NOTES: Case 1 PJM
- NOTES: Concept development 5-1 (pages 1&2)
- LAB: Case 1 table height lab
- HW: Case 1 packet
- Practice quiz on vectors
**QUIZ**- Quiz on resolving a vector into perpendicular horizontal and vertical components, calculating the resultant vector sum of two vectors at right angles, and calculating the angle a vector makes with a given axis.- NOTES: Concept development practice 5-1 (page 3)
- NOTES: 3 practice Case 2 problems
- HW: Case 2 packet with football question
- HW: PJM Squares double sided sheet
**QUIZ**- Quiz on projectile motion, boat crossing river, case 1 horizontally launched, and case 2 launched at an angle. Includes calculating the horizontal and vertical components of vectors given an angle and tie hypotenuse, also includes using Pythagorean's theorem to calculate the resultant given perpendicular components.- LAB: Gravitational field lab
- CW: Weight worksheet
- NOTES: Newton's 1st law and equilibrium
- NOTES: Newton's 2nd law and resultant force
- NOTES: Newton's 3rd Law
- 4 FBD problems
- HW: Newton's 2nd Law Worksheet
- CW: Newton's Laws prequiz
**QUIZ**- Quiz on Newton's three laws of motion, the fnet=ma equation, finding the resultant force, and the force of weight vs mass.- LAB: Friction exploration lab
- NOTES: Force of friction and its coefficient
- CW Coefficient of Friction 11Q
- ICP: Friction 3 problems - (key)
- HW: Hand-drawn friction HW
- Practice quiz on coefficient of friction - (key)
**QUIZ**- Quiz on the coefficient of friction, includes force of weight, normal force, and knowing the difference between static and kinetic coefficients of friction.- LAB: Hooke's law (virtual data here)
- NOTES: Springs and Hooke's law
- HW: Hooke's Law 10Q
**QUIZ**- Mini-in class quiz on Hooke's law for force on a spring.- NOTES: Universal gravitation
- CW: Universal gravitation 104-115
- HW: Universal gravitation
- Class practice examples on universal gravitation
- YOUTUBE HELP (John Glenn's weight above Earth's surface)
- YOUTUBE HELP (Gravitational force of attraction between two objects (humans))

- NOTES: Centripetal motion

# ONLINE REMOTE CURRICULUM

GETTING STARTED

- calculate the force of gravitational attraction between the Earth and its's moon. Use values for your reference packet as needed. Write your response on a blank sheet of paper, being sure to show all your work including equation used, substitution with units, and final answer with units.
**Photograph your work and email directly to me.**

MONDAY 3/16/2020

- WKSHT: Calculate the centripetal force acting on the moon as it orbits the Earth.
**Photograph your work and email directly to me** - NOTES: Double this, 4 questions as notes)
- LAB: Centripetal motion in horizontal circle (lab directions) (virtual lab to accompany PDF)
- Use the virtual lab which represents swinging a rubber stopper around in a horizontal circle, balanced by a handing weight below it. You can change the weight of the hanging weight by clicking them to add more washers, you can adjust the radius of the rope, and you can adjust the mass of the rubber stopper using the arrow.
- Play around with the variables and see how changing each on impacts the speed of rotation.
- To do the lab, reset back to default values. You will let the stopper swing for 10 rotations and record the time. Repeat two times. Then fill out the lab.
- On a separate sheet of paper include the data table filled in and the mass of hanging weights below it. Then number and show work for the rest of the problems. Re-draw the six blank graphs at the end and draw in the line/curve as appropriate.
**Photograph your work and email directly to me**

- Centripetal motion ICP 11Q
**Photograph your work and email directly to me**

TUESDAY 3/17/2020

- youtube video going over the basics of circles
- CW: Graded circles check
**Photograph your work and email directly to me** - CW: Circles graded packet
**Email me your answers electronically, including the question numbers with your responses, no work needed. NOTE: if you printed the worksheet then you may photograph it and email directly to me if that is easier.** - Forces exam study guide (
*just a self-check, optional. Email me if you are lost on any of these items and I will respond with words of wisdom and soy-sauce.*)

~~WEDNESDAY 3/18/2020~~ *skipping the exam*

**TEST**- Unit exam on forces, Newton's laws of motion, weight and mass, the force of friction and its coefficient, force on a spring, universal gravitation, and centripetal motion. Be familiar with graphs regarding acceleration vs net force applied to a constant mass, acceleration vs mass of object for a constant net force, force of weight vs mass, force of friction vs normal force, force on a spring vs elongation, gravitational attraction vs separation distance, gravitational attraction vs mass of objects, centripetal acceleration vs mass, centripetal acceleration vs radius, centripetal acceleration vs speed, centripetal force vs mass, & centripetal force vs speed. (**SKIPPING...***Focus on new material as of Thursday*)

THURSDAY 3/19/2020

- What is momentum? (youtube intro clip 1:51min)
- NOTES: Momentum quantity
- Instructional video "What is momentum"
- CW: Momentum quantity (
**Turn in via Castle Learning**)

FRIDAY 3/20/2020

- NOTES: Momentum of a system
- Instructional video "What is a system of objects?"
- CW: Momentum of systems (
**Turn in via Castle Learning**)

MONDAY 3/23/2022

- NOTES: Change in momentum
- Instructional video "How do you calculate change in momentum?"
- LAB: Measuring momentum (
*looking for substitute activity...*)

TUESDAY 3/24/2020

- NOTES: Impulse and graphs
- Instructional video "How do you calculate impulse"
- HW: Hand out airbag article (article and questions) (questions only DOCX file) (
**Email types response or edit and email DOCX file**)- Regarding question (8),I am looking for you to say something about momentum or impulse. One of the notes I posted (on changing momentum maybe?) has an example of a ball being hit with a tennis racket and changing direction, that is key for this question. Viewing notes and videos on impulse will be helpful. Consider what would happen if the airbag didn't deflate? Here is a link to someone doing a demo that I usually give... it might give you some insight. (bouncing vs not bouncing).

WEDNESDAY 3/25/2020

- LAB: Impulse changes momentum (
*looking for substitute activity...*) - NOTES: 4 examples of impulse
- CW: Impulse and graphs (
**Turn in via Castle Learning**) - HW: Impulse graph practice (
**Photograph work and email directly, draw an approximation of the graph**)

THURSDAY 3/26/2020

- NOTES: Conservation of momentum
- Instructional video "What is the law of conservation of momentum?"
- HW: Carts colliding worksheet (
**Photograph and email directly to submit your answers**)- Use this online applet which models the interactions of these carts to check your work (online applet).

FRIDAY 3/27/2020

- NOTES: 4 examples of conservation of momentum examples
- CW: Conservation of momentum (
**Photograph and email directly to submit your answers**)

MONDAY 3/30/2020

- EXTRA CREDIT: Constructing a graphic organizer (
*extra credit only*) - Writing prompts practice -
*optional*- (emailed to you, respond via email if you want me to check it)

**QUIZ** - Quiz on momentum and impulse done via writing prompts and T/F questions. (**This will be distributed and collected via email any day when you are ready just ask for it.**)

TUESDAY 3/31/2020

- Intro to work and power
- Youtube: Energy, work, and power (link)
- Conceptual physics reading: Intro, work, & power (link)
- Review book reading work and power (link)
- Youtube 3 cases for finding work (link)
- Youtube finding work when force is at an angle (link)
- Need more practice? Check yourself with more online examples (link)
- Graded work: Review questions 1-25 (link) - (
**type an email with your answers**)*multiple attempts allowed*

WEDNESDAY 4/1/2020

- LAB: Work lifting vs pulling up ramp (
*looking for online substitute...*) - LAB: Power pushing contest (
)~~skipping~~..

THURSDAY 4/2/2020

- No new update... waiting for the class to all get caught up, no worries if you are running behind!

FRIDAY 4/3/2020

- No new update... waiting for the class to all get caught up, no worries if you are running behind!