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How do you solve momentum problems in two dimensions?

posted Feb 3, 2018, 3:22 PM by Barbara Fortunato   [ updated Feb 11, 2018, 12:34 PM ]
5: Th 2/8, 7: F 2/9

Today, we will practice some More Momentum Problems and do momentum quiz corrections.

Today, we'll design a lab where we'll use physics from several past units to investigate car crashes.  Your goal today is to come up with the mathematical model that will help us find the coefficient of friction between two surfaces.  You've done this two other ways before, and this time,  you'll design a third method using limited resources.  

SEE GOOGLE CLASSROOM FOR FULL DETAILS ON THE LAB.

Homework: Study for Momentum Unit Test next class - Monday, February 12th.  If you have not finished your mathematical model with your lab group, do that before Tuesday so that you can perform the experiment and take data next class after the test.  Remember that you must have all of your work and your data written by hand INDIVIDUALLY!  Write up individually up to the mathematical model due Tuesday for period 5 and Wednesday for period 7. 
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