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Which word of the week does this represent?
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August 10 Physics
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In: What are you looking forward most to this year in physics?
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Objective/criteria Learning goal: To begin the study of kinematics Success Criteria: Define motion variables Perform a lab to measure these variables
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Kinematics Poster Essential question : How can we describe, measure and predict motion? Challenge: Predict the landing point of a projectile.
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What do we need to know? Motion definitions Displacement Velocity Constant Average Instantaneous Acceleration Constant Average Instantaneous
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What do we need to know (2) Motion in 1 dimension Motion equations Freefall Motion in 2 dimensions Vectors Projectile motion
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Word sort As a group, sort the kinematics words in an organized way. Be prepared to explain your organization to the group. How is it organized?
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course PHYS 121 taught by Professor Burgeson during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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