# AT Cycle 14

## 11/28 - 12/1

T 11/28

W 11/29

Th 11/30

F 12/1

### 🔴 2: W 11/29a, 🟡 4: T 11/28, 🔵7: T 11/28 - angular momentum (1)

Check-In: Angular momentum

After the check-in, you'll check your understanding of angular momentum problems by doing the following AP problems.

Required: 1982M3, 1998M21987M3, 1992M2 d-e

As you finish each problem, write at least one big take-away from the problem after each solution.  A take-away is something new you learned, something you need to remember, something you found surprising, etc.

Remember, now that we're doing AP problems, it's a good idea to do as many of them as you can find.  Start by looking on AP Central for the last 10 years of practice problems.  There will be one or two rotation free response problems on every AP exam.

HomeworkRotational kinetic energy problems are due to ✏️ Google Classroom by Wednesday, November 29th at 10pm.  Angular momentum problems are due to ✏️ Google Classroom by Friday, December 1st at 10pmQUIZ on rotational dynamics and rolling with and without slipping next class - Wednesday, November 29th

### 🟥❗ 2: W 11/29b, 🟨❗ 4: W 11/29, 🟦❗ 7: W 11/29a - angular momentum (2)

QUIZ on rotational dynamics and rolling with and without slipping on TODAY!

Today, you'll check your understanding of angular momentum problems by doing the following AP problems.

Required: 1982M3, 1998M21987M3, 1992M2 d-e

As you finish each problem, write at least one big take-away from the problem after each solution.  A take-away is something new you learned, something you need to remember, something you found surprising, etc.

Remember, now that we're doing AP problems, it's a good idea to do as many of them as you can find.  Start by looking on AP Central for the last 10 years of practice problems.  There will be one or two rotation free response problems on every AP exam.

HomeworkRotational kinetic energy problems are due to ✏️ Google Classroom by Wednesday, November 29th at 10pm.  Angular momentum problems are due to ✏️ Google Classroom by Friday, December 1st at 10pm.  Unit Test on Rotation on Tuesday, December 5th.

### ❤️ 2: Th 11/30, 💛 4: F 12/1a, 💙7: W 11/29b - ↩️ angular momentum lab (1)

Today, we'll start a lab in ↩️ Pivot Interactives called "Marble Collides with Block and Can."  In this lab, we will explore the conservation of momentum and energy.  This lab is due in Pivot on Sunday at 10pm.

Homework:  Angular momentum problems are due to ✏️ Google Classroom by Friday, December 1st at 10pm↩️ Pivot Interactives lab "Marble Collides with Block and Can" due on Sunday, December 3rd at 10pm.  Reminder about Pivot - after the due date and time, you will not be able to work on the assignment and all work will be automatically submitted in Pivot.   Unit Test on Rotation on Tuesday, December 5th.  Remember, now that we're doing AP problems, it's a good idea to do as many of them as you can find.  Start by looking on AP Central for the last 10 years of practice problems.  There will be one or two rotation free response problems on every AP exam.

### 📕 2: F 12/1, 📒 4: F 12/1b, 📘7: Th 11/30 - ↩️ angular momentum lab (2)

Today, we'll start a lab in ↩️ Pivot Interactives called "Marble Collides with Block and Can."  In this lab, we will explore the conservation of momentum and energy.  This lab is due in Pivot on Sunday at 10pm.

Homework↩️ Pivot Interactives lab "Marble Collides with Block and Can" due on Wednesday, December 7th at 10pm.  Reminder about Pivot - after the due date and time, you will not be able to work on the assignment and all work will be automatically submitted in Pivot.   Unit Test on Rotation on Tuesday, December 5th.  Remember, now that we're doing AP problems, it's a good idea to do as many of them as you can find.  Start by looking on AP Central for the last 10 years of practice problems.  There will be one or two rotation free response problems on every AP exam.

Watch the review videos on electric force and field:

Watch this video from Honors which reviews the concept of electric field.  (optional)

Watch this video which reviews the vector nature and calculations for electric force and field, particularly superposition.