Presentation on theme: "Clicker questions for Ramp- Force and Motion activity 1"— Presentation transcript:
1 Clicker questions for Ramp- Force and Motion activity 1 If you want to make questions like I have where only one variable changes and you see what changes on the diagram: Play with the sim until you get a diagram you like. (you can go pass the spot) Pause the sim. Use the vertical bar to go back to a spot that you liked, then you can change variables (hit enter to make the change take place) and the changes will show on the diagram without having to run the sim.
2 The cabinet will slide down Betty will push it up the ramp 1. If the free body diagram for Betty pushing her file cabinet is: What will happen?The cabinet will slide downBetty will push it up the rampThe cabinet won’t moveB
3 2. If this is the free body diagram for the fridge, what could be happening? Someone is pushing it up the rampIt is sliding down the ramp going fasterIt is sliding down the ramp going slowerIt is sitting stillC (It is not D because the net force is non-zero)
4 3. One of these diagrams is for a fridge (175 kg) and the other is for a file cabinet (100 kg). If all the conditions are the same, which is the fridge?A fridge has more mass so its vectors (weight, friction and normal force are larger) the applied force (the guy pushing) is the same.ABC no way to tell
5 4. Which diagram could show a box of books being lifted straight up? B (not A because the net force is downward)ABCDE no way to tell
6 5. Which would require less pushing force? C The normal force and therefore the friction are higher on the 10° ramp, but there is a lower the component of the weight parallel to the ramp. So we would need to know more about the friction coefficientBAC no way to tell
7 6.It could be easier to push on the 20º ramp, because The friction force is lessThe cabinet weighs lessIt is easier to plant your feetA (the normal force is decreased causing friction force to decrease). Make sure to discuss that the gravitational component is increasing, so how much force is required to push up an incline is affected by both friction and weight.
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