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No Class notes-- 5.4.11 Quiz: KE, PE, W Equations Test next week (Wed.?) TWINS DAY LABS DUE Tomorrow Resource Reading: Summary Mechanical Energy and Work.

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1 No Class notes Quiz: KE, PE, W Equations Test next week (Wed.?) TWINS DAY LABS DUE Tomorrow Resource Reading: Summary Mechanical Energy and Work Homework (2): KE  PE Transfer: Frictionless Momentum and Energy :Conservation of Energy (No mass given use 10 kg) Thanks for the nice teacher appreciation notes! I WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AFTER SCHOOL TODAY

2 Quiz Directions: May show work on the back if you need more room PSYW!! Equations, substitutions, answer and label Form A (Nearest the Windows) –Answer:#1, #3, #5,and #7 Form B ( Farthest from Windows) –Answer:#2, #6, #8,and Extra Problem

3 PSYW!! Equations, substitutions, answer and label Form A (Nearest the Windows) –#1, #3, #5,and #7 Form B ( Farthest from Windows) –#2, #6, #8 (Ball = 32 kg) Extra Problem: A amusement park ride has a slide for which participants are given a cloth to sit on. The top of the slide is 6.0 meters high. Determine the change in PE as the 30 kg child goes to the bottom of the slide. Assume the child starts from rest and the friction can be ignored. Divide km/hr by 3.6 to get m/s


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