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Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science Instructions Create your own pancake flipping force diagrams. Must: Add arrows to represent pairs of forces. Decide whether the forces are balanced or unbalanced. Should: Add text boxes to name the forces. Could: Represent the size of the forces by the length of the arrows. Why not add animations to make your pancake flipping come to life?
Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science 1. Pancake in the pan Forces are balanced Forces are unbalanced
Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science 2. Pancake moving up. Forces are balanced Forces are unbalanced
Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science 3. Pancake stuck on ceiling. Forces are balanced Forces are unbalanced
Activity © Snapshot Science, 2012Snapshot Science 4. Pancake moving down. Forces are balanced Forces are unbalanced
Snapshot 1 Consider the hover disk sitting on the floor. Hover Disk Earth Floor Force Diagram (Free-Body Diagram) Constant Velocity Balanced Forces.
Warm Up: 1. Use the word constant in a sentence, as you would use it in science. 2. Use the word “constantly” in a sentence as you would use in every day.
A Force is a push or a pull. A force gives energy to an object causing an object to start moving, stop moving, or change its motion. Forces occur in pairs.
Bell Ringer: What do you think causes an object to start moving, stop moving, or change direction? What do you think causes an object to start moving,
Forces. What is a Force? In science, the word force has a simple and specific meaning. A force is a push or a pull When one object pushes or pulls another.
Net Forces In this PPT… Yellow text should be recorded in your Science Notebook. All other text is not required, but you may choose what to record in.
Unbalanced Forces 8.6A Net Force Key Terms 1. Force 2. Balanced Force 3. Unbalanced Force 4. Net Force 5. At rest 6. Direction 7. Motion 8. Friction.
How many forces can you name?. Objectives Know a range of different forces and understand when they are present. Key terms: Force, effect, motion, balanced,
Warm Up 8/31 Why do we need to document experiments? List Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion.
Force and Net force Force We learned about the motion of objects. That there are three types of motion: speed, velocity, and acceleration. Also, how.
Force Diagrams and Calculations More Math!!!. Force Diagram 1 Are the forces acting on this object balanced or unbalanced? What is the net force acting.
Balanced forces To know that in stationary objects forces are balanced To know that the direction of a force can be shown as an arrow To know that force.
Forces In Science: A force Balanced Forces – Balanced forces acting on an object EXAMPLES: or.
Net Forces In this PPT… Yellow text should be recorded in your Physics Notebook. All other text is not required, but you may choose what to record in.
Forces Any push or pull. Forces any push or pull wants to change the motion of an object has size has direction can change speed can change direction.
Similar Polygons NOTES 8.1 Goals 1)Use Similarity Statements 2)Find corresponding lengths in similar polygons 3)Find perimeters & areas of similar polygons.
2.11 – SSS, SAS, SSA. If you were given three side lengths of a triangle, can you create two different triangles? _________ no.
Balanced and Unbalanced Forces Standard Analyze the resulting effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on an object’s motion in terms of magnitude.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
ForcesForces. What is a force? A force is a push or a pull. Like velocity and acceleration, a force is described by it’s strength and by the direction.
Do Now: What are Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion?. Do Now: What are Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion?
Choose your characters and speech bubbles and drag them onto the slide Use the flip and rotate tools when needed and add text.
Friday, Mar. 6 th p. 200, 201. Friday, Mar. 6 th 200 3/6/15 Fri. L.T.: I can analyze the motion of an object through the lens of forces, speed, and energy.
MONDAY, DEC. 1 ST p. 90, 91. MONDAY, DEC. 1 ST 90 12/1/14 Mon. L.T.: I can analyze forces on an object and determine whether the forces are balanced or.
Physics Flipped Notes Take notes on this powerpoint in your journal. Title your journal: Forces and Motion.
On your next blank page, take notes Force Notes. Net Force In many situations, including driving, more than one force is acting on an object. The combination.
Starter- recap 1) What can forces do?. Balanced and Unbalanced Forces - Learning Objectives: - Explain how forces affect the motion of an object Starter:
Forces A force is defined as a push or a pull that acts on an object.
Force and Newton’s Laws Pushing and Pulling. Essential Questions What relationships exists among force, mass, speed, and acceleration? What evidence.
Forces Physical science Unit 2. Isaac Newton In 1665 schools and businesses closed for the bubonic plague Newton saw and apple fall from a tree Wondered.
How much force is needed from the jetpack so: The pilot takes off from the ground. Total weight of 850N Image of jetpack courtesy of Martinjetpack PowerPoint.
FORCES HOMEWORK Kinross High School Science Department Curriculum for Excellence.
Newton’s Notions. A car begins at the start line traveling at a speed of 20 feet/second for 3 seconds. Then it goes 30 ft./sec. for the next 2 ½ seconds.
What is a force? What is a balanced force? What is an unbalanced force?
4 – Design an experiment to demonstrate how forces affect the motion of an object. 3 – Describe and explain that an unbalanced force changes an object’s.
WORK. Force force - a push or pull –You exert force on a pencil when you write Forces are described by how strong they are and in what direction they.
Forces. Rate Yourself 4 = Explain real world situations using academic voc. and Newton’s laws. 3 = Investigate and describe types of forces. Differentiate.
WORK. Force A push or pull –You exert force on a pencil when you write Forces are described by how strong they are and in what direction they are going.
STUDY GUIDE ANSWERS Popham 6 Science Ms. Browne. 1. WHAT IS A FORCE? A force is a push or pull There are two main types of forces balanced and unbalanced.
Chapter 1, Section 2 Forces. Force Definition: A force is a push or pull Example: Pushing a door open Pulling a wagon.
What Are Forces ?. 1.What is a force? 2.How do we measure forces? 3.What are some common examples of forces Questions
Describe what a force is and come up with at least 7 important points about forces Objective 1 vocabulary: forceweightNewton Newton spring scale masspoundvectorforce.
Developing Science Observation Skills Computer Animations and Lab Notebooks.
Screens are a direct copy of the physical text. To learn the material for this course, begin by reading the textbook section. At first glance, the pages.
Review- What is happening in this video? How? Review- What is happening in this video? How?
Balanced and Unbalanced Forces. What is a force? A force is an action exerted on an object to change its state of rest or motion A force is a push or.
You can type your own categories and points values in this game board. Type your questions and answers in the slides we’ve provided. When you’re in slide.
12 A VECTORS AND SCALARS 12 B GEOMETRIC OPERATIONS HOMEWORK: VIEW POWER POINT BEFORE NEXT CLASS.
Animated Presentation Slides Assorted Graphs. Bar title goes here 36% Bar title goes here. 40% Bar title can be added here. 46% Bar title can be added.
Newton’s Laws of Motion Chapter 6. Newton’s Laws of Motion “Law of inertia” First Law of Motion INERTIA - tendency of an object to resist a change in.
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