HP Cycle 30

3/10 - 3/15

Th 3/10

F 3/11

M 3/14

T 3/15

πŸŸ’β— 6: Th 3/10, πŸ”΅β— 8: Th 3/10 - βž• Positive Physics 2-D momentum

QUIZ on Impulse and Momentum in 1-D Today!

Today, after the quiz, we'll remember that momentum is a vector and discuss momentum problems in two-dimensions. The discussion will brief and touch upon our previous experience with two-dimensional vectors. We'll do the first problem from this Momentum 2-D presentation.

Then, we'll practice momentum problems in two dimensions by doing βž• Positive Physics unit 14: momentum "work" problems from the section:

  • challenge

Homework: Finish these problems by Tuesday, March 15th at 10pm. Only completion score counts. No late work will be accepted.

🟩 6: M 3/14, 🟦 8: F 3/11 - ↩️ Pivot 2-D momentum

NJ GPA Testing pd 6

Test - 7:40 - 9:40 (120)
1 - 9:45 - 10:31 (46)
2 - 10:36 - 11:12 (36)
3 - 11:17 - 11:53 (36)
4/L - 11:58 - 12:44/39 (46/41)
L/4 - 12:49/44 - 1:30 (41/46)
5 - 1:35 - 2:10 (35)
6 - 2:15 - 2:50 (35)

Today, you will work to verify the conservation of momentum in two dimensions with a lab in ↩️ Pivot Interactives called "2D Collisions." Pay attention to Sig Figs in Lab.

Homework: Finish the lab in ↩️ Pivot by Tuesday, March 15th at 10pm.

πŸ’š 6: T 3/15, πŸ’™ 8: M 3/14 - forensic physics (1) introduction

NJ GPA Testing

Test - 7:40 - 9:40 (120)
1 - 9:45 - 10:31 (46)
2 - 10:36 - 11:12 (36)
3 - 11:17 - 11:53 (36)
4/L - 11:58 - 12:44/39 (46/41)
L/4 - 12:49/44 - 1:30 (41/46)
5 - 1:35 - 2:10 (35)
6 - 2:15 - 2:50 (35)

Today, we'll design a lab where we'll use physics from several past units to investigate car crashes. Your goal today is to come up with the mathematical model that will help us find the coefficient of friction between two surfaces. You've done this two other ways before, and this time, you'll design a third method using limited resources. You will be recording your work in the lab assignment in ↩️ Pivot Interactives "Forensic Physics" over the next few days as well as doing reflections in ✏️ Google Classroom. Your goal today is to read the following section of the "Forensic Physics" lab in ↩️ Pivot Interactives.

  • I. Application Experiment: Models and Reality

I will introduce the equipment we'll be using and then you will have time to brainstorm a method for creating a mathematical and physical model of the car crash.

Also, today, you will fill out a form in ✏️ Google Classroom with your goals as a "Collaborative Team Member" during this group activity. At the end of the project, you will be doing a self-evaluation of your collaboration based on this Collaborative Team Member Rubric. Also read through the Scientific Abilities Rubric which you will be completing by the end of the project.

Printable Version of Forensic Physics Lab: Forensic Physics Lab

Homework: Make sure the ideas of what you're going to do in lab are clear in your mind. Also, make sure you've read through the two self-evaluation rubrics: Collaborative Team Member Rubric and Scientific Abilities Rubric.