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Unformatted text preview: Phy s i c s 7A DL M 4 Ov e rvi e w C G 1 . 1 Qualitativ e Appli c ation of Som e Mod e l s A c t-1 . 1 . 7 Qualitativ e (Mo s tly) Appli c ation s of th e Energy-Interaction Model ( ~30 min) Learning Goals: Practice using the model to construct logical explanations of phenomena that are not easily explained Working with the construct pow e r C G 1 . 2 G e tting Quantitativ e With Mod e l s A c t-1 . 2 . 4 Mor e Pra c ti ce With th e Energy-Interaction Model (~ 30 min s ) Learning Goals: Practice using the energy-interaction model rather than just using equations without understanding why C G 2 . 1 Ext e nding th e En e rgy Int e ra c tion Mod e l to M ec hani c al En e rgi e s (Qualitativ e Di s c u ss ion) We have the basic approach of the model, so it is straightforward to include additional energy systems. In particular, we add translational and rotational kinetic energy of an object, the gravitational potential energy of the earth on an object, and a spring potential energy. A c t-2 . 1 . 1 Mod e ling With M ec hani c al En e rgy Sy s t e m s (~35 min s ) Learning Goals: Intro to two common mechanical energy systems: gravitational PE and translational KE....
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