AT Cycle 18

12/21 - 1/3

W 12/21

Th 12/22

F 12/23
half day

T 1/3

πŸ”΄ 2: Th 12/22a, 🟑 4: W 12/21 - Gauss's Law problems

Continue working through the Chapter 23 problems on Gauss's Law for spheres, cylinders, and slabs:

Required: 26, 49, 52, 51, 55, 76; 18, 33, 36, 38, 43 (all assigned previously)
Enrichment: Find some practice AP Problems

Homework: The above set of problems is due to ✏️ Google Classroom on for pd 4 on Wednesday, January 4th at 10pm and for pd 2 on Thursday, January 5th at 9am. QUIZ on Electric Potential with both integral and path integral (no equipotential lines) Thursday, January 5th! Check out the Circuits Review Videos in preparation for the next unit which we will start the second week of January. Watch the videos below if you have anot already.

Watch the following video on electric potential energy and potential before next class (recommend Tuesday evening so you can study for the quiz Wednesday).

Watch the following video on electric potential with the path integral. We use this method when we know that function for electric field for all points in space, which is usually in those symmetric situations when we used Gauss's Law.

πŸŸ₯❗ 2: Th 12/22b, πŸŸ¨β— 4: Th 12/22 - electric potential energy & potential integral

Quiz Today on Gauss's Law.

Daily Check-In: Electric Potential due to continuous distribution of charge

Today, we'll do the following problems from Chapter 24 on calculating potential due to a continuous distribution of charge:

Required: 23, 24, 30, 32, 33

With time remaining, you may watch the video below or find more problems to do.

Homework: QUIZ on Electric Potential with both integral and path integral (no equipotential lines) Wednesday, January 5th! Upload your solutions to the above problems to ✏️ Google Classroom by Thursday, December 22nd at 10pm. Catch up on anything you have not completed yet including watching videos and doing required problems. Write down any questions you have. Watch the videos below if you have not already. Check out the Circuits Review Videos in preparation for the next unit which we will start the second week of January.

Watch the following video on electric potential energy and potential if you have not already... you may need this info to answer the above problem set.

Pd 4 - Watch the following video during class if you have not already.
Pd 2 -
Watch the following video on electric potential with the path integral.

We use this method when we know that function for electric field for all points in space, which is usually in those symmetric situations when we used Gauss's Law.

❀️ 2: F 12/23 (half), πŸ’› 4: T 1/3a - electric potential path integral (1)

Daily Check-in: Finding potential with path integral

After the daily check-in, we'll continue working on electrostatics problems to review finding both electric field and potential.

Required: 1979E1, 2000E2, 1994E1, 1993E1, 1989E1, 1980E2
Enrichment: Find old AP problems in the resources I provided in Google Classroom. There is at least one electrostatics problem from every year of past AP problems.

Homework: The above set of problems is due to ✏️ Google Classroom on Wednesday, January 4th at 10pm. QUIZ on Electric Potential with both integral and path integral (no equipotential lines) Thursday, January 5th! Check out the Circuits Review Videos in preparation for the next unit which we will start the second week of January.

πŸ“• 2: T 1/3, πŸ“’ 4: T 1/3b - electric potential path integral (2)

Today, we'll continue working on electrostatics problems to review finding both electric field and potential.

Required: 1979E1, 2000E2, 1994E1, 1993E1, 1989E1, 1980E2
Enrichment: Find old AP problems in the resources I provided in Google Classroom. There is at least one electrostatics problem from every year of past AP problems.

Homework: The above set of problems is due to ✏️ Google Classroom on Wednesday, January 4th at 10pm. QUIZ on Electric Potential with both integral and path integral (no equipotential lines) Thursday, January 5th! Check out the Circuits Review Videos in preparation for the next unit which we will start the second week of January.