AT Cycle 13

11/22 - 11/29

M 11/22

T 11/23

W 11/24

M 11/29

πŸ”΄β— 1: M 11/22, πŸŸ‘β— 3: M 11/22 - hula hoop problem

Moment of Inertia Lab Quiz TODAY!

After the quiz, we'll look at the idea of rolling in a couple other ways, including imagining rolling WITH slipping. We'll investigate the motion of a hula hoop as it skates across the floor. The worksheet is due and will be collected. In order to check your understanding of rolling with slipping problems, try 1980M3.

Handout: Hula-Hoop Problem

Homework: Hula-Hoop Problem due next class (physical on-paper submission). Watch this video on rotational kinetic energy and check out the clarification image after the video:

πŸŸ₯ 1: W 11/24 (short) lab, 🟨 3: T 11/23 lab - rotational kinetic energy (1)

Check-In: rotational kinetic energy.

Today, we'll finish problems from last time, and work on the following problems on rotational kinetic energy:

Required: 2002M2, 1999M3, 1986M2, 1992M2 c, 1997M3 redo a-c using energy plus e
Enrichment: 1994M2, find more problems on AP Central

As you finish each problem, write at least one big take-away (something you learned and/or something you need to remember for the future) in the 🍐 Pear Deck file which can be found in Google Classroom.

Homework: QUIZ on rotational dynamics and rolling with and without slipping on Tuesday, November 30th. Watch this video on angular momentum by Tuesday, November 30th:

❀️ 1: M 11/29, πŸ’› 3: W 11/24 (short) - rotational kinetic energy (2)

Today, we'll finish problems on problems on rotational kinetic energy:

Required: 2002M2, 1999M3, 1986M2, 1992M2 c, 1997M3 redo a-c using energy plus e
Enrichment: 1994M2, find more problems on AP Central

As you finish each problem, write at least one big take-away (something you learned and/or something you need to remember for the future) in the 🍐 Pear Deck file which can be found in Google Classroom.

Before the end of the period, watch the "homework" video on angular momentum.

Homework: QUIZ on rotational dynamics and rolling with and without slipping on Tuesday, November 30th. Watch this video on angular momentum by Tuesday, November 30th: