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**Newton’s 1st Law Lab Activities**

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Wacky Washers p. 63 Stack 4 washers one on top of the other so that you form a tower of washers. 1. Aim one washer at the bottom of the stack of four washers and give it a good hard flick with your finger or hand. What happens? Record data by drawing. 2. Flick a stack of two washers into a stack of four washers. What happens? Record data.

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Stop! Review. Experiment. Results?

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**3. Are you sure of your results**

3. Are you sure of your results? Decide with your group on a test to find out for sure. Record your hypothesis, describe your test and its results. Is the hypothesis confirmed or disconfirmed?

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**4. Flick 4 washers into 4 washers. Record results.**

5. Explain your observations of the washer experiments using Newton’s 1st Law. (Use the words inertia, force, rest, motion. Obtain peer feedback on your answer.)

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Eggs Demo. Using science vocabulary, each group write an explanation (on a chalk board or poster) in terms of Newton’s First Law for your observations of the eggs. Gallery Walk – compare your group’s answer to those of the other groups.

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Tricky Tricks Now that you are an expert at Newton’s First Law of Motion, try these tricks. Without inertia, they would not be possible. 1. The goal is to remove the circle by pulling on the string but the penny must remain in place on top of the clothespin. Can you do it? Keep trying. Record data. 2. Try again using the plain circle (no string). Record data. 3. Discuss-which is easier—why? 3. Try it on your fingertip. Can you leave the penny balanced on your finger? Record data. 4. Explain using Newton’s 1st Law.

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**Pendulum Path Prediction— Draw what happened.**

Explain in terms of Newton’s 1st law.

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Projectile Motion Devise a way to shoot one pebble off the edge of the table at the same time another drops off the edge. Draw their pathways. Which hits the floor first or do they hit at the same time?

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**1. Newton’s second law of motion describes the relationship of force,**

mass, and acceleration. Write the equation. ________________________________________________________________________ Write the letter of the correct answer on the line at the left. ____ 2. If you increase the force on an object, its acceleration a. decreases. b. stays the same. c. also increases. d. stops. ____ 3. If you increase the mass on an object, its acceleration ____ 4. How much force is needed to accelerate a 3 kg skateboard at 5 m/s2? a. 8 N b. 0.6 N c. 1.6 N d. 15 N ____ 5. A resistance to a change in motion is a. acceleration b. inertia c. gravity d. velocity ____ 6. The amount of inertia an object has depends on its a. speed b. volume c. mass d. length

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