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How do we deal with two different objects in one problem?

posted Sep 30, 2017, 4:18 PM by Barbara Fortunato   [ updated Sep 30, 2017, 4:22 PM ]
5: M 10/2, 7: T 10/3

Today, I'll take any questions on the "It's Your Lucky Day" Packet.   Then, we'll talk about how to do #4 from  "It's Your Lucky Day" Packet.  We'll talk about the "equations of motion" (aka kinematic equations) that you have derived as part of this packet, and learn how to use equations of motion to solve problems with more than one object.  

We'll spend the rest of the period working on page 1 of Unit 2 Worksheets.  ANSWERS.  FULL SOLUTIONS.

Homework:  Finish "It's Your Lucky Day" Packet if you didn't finish it in class.  If you did not finish page 1 of Unit 2 Worksheets, finish working on it ANSWERS.  Test on Kinematics Thursday, October 5th.  All quiz corrections due on test day.
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