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How do we find the relationship between force, mass, and motion? (part 4)

posted Oct 16, 2017, 8:52 AM by Barbara Fortunato   [ updated Oct 16, 2017, 9:05 AM ]
5: W 10/18, 7: F 10/20
 
Today, we'll take the next and final step in your lab analysis and talk about how to use the findings from your final lab graphs to find the relationship between force, mass, and motion.  To do this, we'll have to learn how to combine two equations together to form one big equations that relates all three of the variables.  We'll also discuss what needs to be in the final lab report.

Homework:  Final lab report is due on to Google Classroom on Monday, October 23rd at 11:59pm.  Lab quiz on Tuesday, October 24th.  

Tonight, it is very important to type up what we talked about in class before you forget.  If you have any questions, ask me Friday or send me an email at barbara.fortunato@wwprsd.org.  Make sure you use Equation Editor or an equivalent program to type your equations.  Handwritten equations in your write-up are not acceptable.  "^" and "_" are also not acceptable - you must learn how to use your word processing program to accommodate subscript and superscript.  

Also, make sure to watch the video for next class.

Newton's 2nd Law (Dan Fullerton)

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