Ramp Lab Report
(x-t) To graphically and mathematically model the relationship between an objects
position (dependent variable) and the seconds it takes to do so (independent variable).
(v-t) To graphically and mathematically model the relationsh
Car Lab Write Up
To graphically and mathematically find the relationship between the toy cars position
and time it takes to travel a certain distance.
For this lab we used a toy car, which was our constant. We also used 8 different length
Unbalanced Forces Lab Report
The purpose of this lab is to graphically and mathematically model the relationship between the
net force (gravity) and acceleration.
For this lab we used a track, a cart, a pulley
system, and various weights
Welcome to AP Physics, one of the most challenging yet rewarding classes that you will take at East Brunswick High
This summer assignment covers one and two-dimensional kinematics. These are topics that you c
Activity 1.3.3 Thermodynamics
Think back to the last time someone complained about a door being left open. What
did you notice about the temperature within the room as a result of the open door? In
Activity 1.3.3 you will investigate the effe
Project 4.2.1 Self-Propelled Vehicle Design
In order to understand change and make change work toward the creation and
improvement of designs, it is crucial that the relationships of distance, displacement,
speed, velocity, and acceleration are cl
Lesson 2: Creating a Simple Assembly
The first part placed into an assembly is considered _
What are the four types of constraints?
What is the difference between a mate and flush constraint?
How many degrees of freedom are in an unconst
Lesson 1a: Creating a Simple Part (Join & Cut)
Which plane should be selected if you are going to build the first sketch from the top view?
What are the four options for creating a rectangle?
What happens if a sketch contains multiple cl
Lesson 1: Creating a Simple Part
What is a profile?
What are constraints?
What are the two types of constraints used when creating a sketch?
What are the guidelines for creating sketches?
What are two ways we can correct a
Build a Simple Gear Train
In a group build a simple gear train that consists of four meshed gears each with its own axle. At
least three gears should have different sizes. Once the gears are arranged, assume that the first
gear, gear A, is the driver as s
Artificial Intelligence Researchers Society Conference (FLAIRS08) (pp. 427432). Menlo Park, CA:
Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.
Nielsen, R.D., Ward, W., and Martin, J.H. (2008). Soft Computing in Intelligent Tutoring Systems an
Whitten, W. (2011). Learning From and For Tests. In A.S. Benjamin (Ed.), Successful Remembering and
Successful Forgetting: A Festschrift In Honor Of Robert A. Bjork (pp. 217-234). New York, NY US:
Efficacy of Earobics Step I
Creating a Usable Environment to Teach Argument Comprehension and Production Skills
Northern Illinois University
Related IES Projects:Improving Students' Comprehension and Construction of Arguments(R305H020039)