# HP Cycle 16

## 12/9 - 12/14

Th 12/9

F 12/10

M 12/13

T 12/14

### π’ 6: Th 12/9, π΅ 8: Th 12/9 - two block problems

Today we will continue studying Newtonβs Third Law with some more complex problems. What we must remember about the law is that it says that forces are equal and opposite, but the effects (acceleration) arenβt. The effects of the forces are different, but the forces are the same. Be able to distinguish between something and its effect.

Handout: Two Block Problems

Homework: Finish drawing force diagrams for all Two Block Problems and try to finish at least problems 1, 2, and 4. SOLUTIONS Assessment of all of Newton's Laws in 1-D Monday, December 13th.

### π©β 6: M 12/13 - Newton's Laws 1-D Assessment

Newton's Laws 1-D Assessment Today!

Homework: Review static equilibrium concepts.

### π¦ 8: F 12/10 - β Positive Physics static equilibrium problems

Today, we'll practice static equilibrium problems with β Positive Physics "work" problems from unit 8: diagonal forces:

• free body diagram analysis (13 quick problems)

• complete problems 1 (4 problems)

Homework: Assessment of all of Newton's Laws in 1-D next Monday, December 13th.

### π 6: T 12/14 - β Positive Physics static equilibrium problems

Today, we'll practice static equilibrium problems with β Positive Physics "work" problems from unit 8: diagonal forces:

• free body diagram analysis (13 quick problems)

• complete problems 1 (4 problems)

Homework: Lab quiz on Y-Tension problem on Wednesday, December 15th. Finish β Positive Physics due Wednesday night at 10pm. Only completion scores count, so try the problems till you get them right. No late work will be accepted. Finish your Y-Tension Lab Write-up.

### πβ 8: M 12/13 - Newton's Laws 1-D Assessment

Newton's Laws 1-D Assessment Today!

Homework: Lab quiz on Y-Tension problem on Wednesday, December 15th. Finish β Positive Physics due Wednesday night at 10pm. Only completion scores count, so try the problems till you get them right. No late work will be accepted. Finish your Y-Tension Lab Write-up.