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DO NOW: Take one from my desk. Complete the first 3 boxes, and make up your own for the last box! 5 minutes; need help? Ask now! Also, take your clicker. HW: Math Practice – ½ sheet of paper. You will get this later in class. Worth 10 POINTS! Must show all work to get full credit; staple loose leaf / comp. paper if you need more space. OBJECTIVES: – Go over Do Now; practice graphing – Finish web quest – Start lab / finish collecting lab data – Begin lab analysis

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Look at the total distance vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object with a changing velocity ? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Look at the total distance vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object with a constant velocity ? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Look at the total distance vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object at rest? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Look at the total distance vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object accelerating? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Look at the total distance vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object with zero acceleration? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Look at the velocity vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object at a constant velocity? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Look at the velocity vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object at an increasing velocity? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Look at the velocity vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object at a decreasing velocity? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Look at the velocity vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object at zero acceleration? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Look at the velocity vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object at a positive acceleration? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Look at the velocity vs time graphs on the board…which one shows an object at a negative acceleration? 1.First graph 2.Second graph 3.Third graph

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Now looking at your exit slips from last class…make corrections!

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Now looking at your exit slips from last class…#1 1.Increasing velocity / positive acceleration 2.Constant velocity / no acceleration 3.At rest / not moving

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Now looking at your exit slips from last class…#2 1.Increasing velocity / positive acceleration 2.Constant velocity / no acceleration 3.At rest / not moving

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Now looking at your exit slips from last class…#3 1.Increasing velocity / positive acceleration 2.Constant velocity / no acceleration 3.At rest / not moving

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Now looking at your exit slips from last class…#4 1.Increasing velocity / positive acceleration 2.Constant velocity / no acceleration 3.At rest / not moving

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Using your HW…. You are going to swap papers and analyze someone else’ graphs.. Then, you will have a CONVERSATION with the person whose graph you analyzed and DISCUSS what you learned. Questions? Ask!!!

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October 23 / 24 (today) – You can start handing in lab analysis on this day. The sooner you hand them in, the sooner we can grade them and return them to you to use as a test prep tool October 25 / 26 (Thurs / Fri) – Work on Lab Procedure /Analysis. You CAN collaborate with group members on the analysis but you MUST each turn in an individual analysis. October 29 / 30 (Mon / Tues) – Might be at a workshop – prep for test / finish analysis Oct 31 / Nov. 1 (Wed / Thurs) – (Test!) – Lab reports MUST be handed in by today. If not, 10% off each school day it is late.

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Goals for today: Finish the Webquest if applicable. See a teacher for copies of: – Your HW for tonight – Test Study Guide – Lab Procedure – Graphing Skills Handout – Lab Analysis (due day of test) TEST on Wed. Oct 31 or Thurs. Nov. 1

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