Force Day 4: Force components
Whats the y-component
Whats the x-component
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LAB: CHANGING MOTION
Translate among the following representations of motion: verbal, motion diagram, and graphical: For
example, given a verbal description of motion, create x-t, v-t, and a-t graphs; given a
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LAB: FORCE, MASS, AND ACCELERATION
Qualitatively and quantitatively reason with definition of acceleration.
Carry out proportional reasoning with Newtons second law.
Reason qualitatively with Newton
Newtons third law: If object A exerts a force on object B, the object B
exerts a force on object A, of the same magnitude but opposite direction.
A Hummer and a Mini Cooper collide head on. During the collision, the
force of the Hummer on the Mini is
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LAB: FORCE AND MOTION
Clearly describe experimental observations in words.
Give a physical interpretation (i.e., explain the meaning of) the functional relationships and
constants in a mathematical model of ex
Force Day 6: What is gravity?
Think of a ball tossed in the air. Lets apply Newtons second law
! = !" to figure out what gravitational force, or weight (w), is all
1. After the ball has
left your hand, what is
Force Day 2
Bobsled. A 170 kg boblsed must reach a speed of 10 m/s during the
allowed 50 m push-off stretch in order to be competitive. The
friction force is about 90 N, and well neglect drag in this example.
How much force is needed from each
Physics 11 1 9i9/16
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Force Day 5: Friction
A 5.0 kg block rests on a table. The coefficient of static friction between
the block and the table is 0.60. If you push on it with a 20 N horizontal
force and it doesnt budge, how much is the static frictional force on the