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OPENERS 11-10 TO 11-14 Physics
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Monday Find the speed to throw a ball straight up and have it return in 5s. How high does it go?
Tuesday No School
Wednesday How long will it take a 2050kg car to get to 27m/s if the force of the engine is 9225N?
Thursday What is the stopping distance for a 20000N car going 26m/s if the brakes give force of 23,270N? How much does your reaction time add?
Friday What will be the final velocity on a 235g rocket with a A8 engine?
Warm Up: Tuesday Solve for x and justify each step:
Tuesday January 5, 2016 Speed Video
OPENERS 3-3 TO 3-7 Physical Science. MONDAY Bob is pulling a crate at a constant velocity of 2m/s. He exerts a force of 150N. What is the force of friction?
(Tentative) Plan for Last Days of School. Friday 5/8 / Monday 5/11 Work on empathy final project Tuesday 5/12 / Wednesday 5/13 (MIN.) Work on empathy.
Saturday May 02 PST 4 PM. Saturday May 02 PST 10:00 PM.
Daily Science Warm-up Procedures Write question and the answer you think it is EXAMPLE: Multiple Choice (not all are multiple choice)
MONDAY DART I can solve problems involving percent of change. DART I can solve problems involving percent of change.
Daily Math Review September 2-6, Monday Solve the following problems with strategies and/or algorithms 5, = 9, = 3, =
Newton’s Laws of motion. Newton’s Three Laws of motion: 1. An object at rest will remain at rest, an object in motion will remain in motion at a constant.
Motion Review Physics TCHS.
REVISION What two parts make up the stopping distance of a vehicle?
Force and Motion Review Week Mrs. V. Science 2014.
PART OF SPEECH DEFINITION SYNONYM SENTENCE NAME TEACHER AND DATE1 WORDS OF THE WEEK.
PS-5 Test Review. Questions 1 & 2 Distance – 60m/ magnitude only Displacement 10 m east/ magnitude and direction.
a) The kinetic energy of the car. b) The distance it takes to stop.
Acceleration. Recall: Acceleration is the rate at which velocity increases or decreases If an object is accelerating is not experiencing uniform motion.
Agenda for the weekAgenda for the week Today Wednesday Oct 31 st : Newton’s 2 nd law with lab, Bottle rocket lab due for 2 nd and 6 th periods ONLY
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A pitcher throws a ball, and the batter hits a home run. What changes did the ball go through in its motion? It was still, sped up in the pitchers hand,
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