# Conceptual Physics.  I will understand how I can increase my intelligence  I can explain why getting an answer wrong helps me to learn  I can identify.

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Conceptual Physics

 I will understand how I can increase my intelligence  I can explain why getting an answer wrong helps me to learn  I can identify the six things necessary for a good science experiment     Exit Tickets  What TWO things did you learn from the videos on intelligence?  

 TURN IN YOUR OBJECTIVES SHEET AT THE END OF CLASS.  (Is your name on it?)  Learning objective  I will be able to set up and do a simple science experiment  Exit Tickets  Identify six things that make a good science experiment  A MINIMUM of _____ trials is required for objects that move

 I will understand how to make a graph from science data Learning Goal Exit Ticket No exit ticket today

 I will understand how to make a graph from science data Learning Goal Exit Ticket Sketch a graph that shows the effect of height on weight from the following table (include all necessary parts) Height (cm) Weight (kg) 1015 2028 3048 4060 5074

 A force is a push or a pull  A force is ALWAYS required to change an object’s motion  The NET FORCE is the combination of all forces acting on an object Learning Goal Exit Ticket Calculate the NET Force for each box: 1 2 10N5N

 Describe The Equilibrium Rule  Explain the Difference between force and net force  Use the Equilibrium Rule to find forces Learning Goal Exit Ticket Rank which table provides the greatest support force, from greatest to least

 Use the Equilibrium Rule to find forces  In objects at rest on a surface  In objects suspended by a rope Learning Goal Exit Ticket Calculate the tension force for each rope E, FG, H

 Use the parallelogram rule to find the resultant vector.  Calculate the magnitude of the resultant vector Learning Goal Exit Ticket Find the magnitude and direction of the resultant vector (to be done on block day as entry ticket) 6N 8N

 Understand how to add vectors  Review net force calculations Learning Goal Exit Ticket Find the magnitude and direction of the resultant vector 6N 100N

 Equilibrium Rule  What it is  Simple calculations  Vectors and Scalars  Net Force  Tension Force  Vector Sum and Pythagorean Theorem  Parallelogram Rule and how to use it Learning Goal

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