Name
Alvaro Alvarez
Date 9/9/15
Pd 4
Unit1Worksheet2SignificantFigures
The zero rules for significant figures follow:
(1) Zeros are significant when bounded by non-zero digits.
(2) Zeros preceding the first non-zero digit are never significant.
(3) If a d

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UNIT V: Worksheet 4
1. Suppose a hanging 1.0 kg lab mass is attached to a 4.0 kg block on the table.
a. If the coefficient of kinetic friction, k is 0.20., what is the acceleration of the block?
b. What would be the minimum value of the coeff

Name
Alvaro Alvarez
Date 10/26/2015
Pd
UNITIII:Worksheet1
When evaluating problems 1 - 3, please represent the motion that would result from the rail
configuration indicated by means of a:
A) qualitative graphical representation of x vs. t
E) general math

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UNITIII:Worksheet4
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v
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m
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1. A poorly tuned Geo Metro can accelerate from rest to a speed of
28 m/s in 20 s.
a) What is the average acceleration of the car?
b) What distance does it travel in this time?
2. At t = 0 a car has a speed of

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UNITIV:Worksheet1
In each of the following situations, represent the object with a particle. Sketch all the forces acting
upon the object, making the length of each vector represent the magnitude of the force.
1. Objectliesmotionless.
2. Obje

Name
Alvaro Alvarez
Date 9/9/15
Pd 4
Unit1Worksheet2SignificantFigures
The zero rules for significant figures follow:
(1) Zeros are significant when bounded by non-zero digits.
(2) Zeros preceding the first non-zero digit are never significant.
(3) If a d

Name
Alvaro Alvarez
Date 10/26/2015
Pd
UNITIII:Worksheet1
When evaluating problems 1 - 3, please represent the motion that would result from the rail
configuration indicated by means of a:
A) qualitative graphical representation of x vs. t
E) general math

Unit review
Friday, September 11, 2015
11:25 AM
<Review Unit 1 (1).pdf>
Dollars
-Discs
10.3=0.246 Dollars
Direct Relationship
discs
^ As the cost increases so does the amount 0 to compact discs onereforeit n as a direct relation.
what we found in the pend

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UNIT II: Worksheet 4
1. From the motion map above, answer the following:
a. What can you conclude about the motion of the object?
b. Draw a qualitative graphical representation of x vs t (see below).
c. Draw a qualitative graphical representa

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UNITII:Worksheet3
1. Robin, roller skating down a marked sidewalk, was observed to be at the following positions at
the times listed below:
t (s)
x (m)
0.0
10.0
1.0
12.0
2.0
14.0
5.0
20.0
8.0
26.0
10.0
30.0
a. Plot a position vs. time graph f

Name
Alvaro Alvarez
Date 9/21/15
Pd 4
UNITIIWorksheet1
1. Consider the position vs. time graph below for cyclists A and B.
a. Do the cyclists start at the same point? How do you know? If not, which is ahead?
No, the x intercepts are different. B is ahead

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UNIT II: Review
1. Consider the position vs time graph at right.
a. Determine the average velocity of the object.
b. Write a mathematical equation to describe the
motion of the object.
2. Shown at right is a velocity vs time graph for an
obje

Unit 1 Review: Scientific Methods
1. The following data are based on charges for membership in a CD purchasing club.
a. What are the units of slope for this graph?
b. What is the slope for this graph?
c. What is the mathematical equation that states the r

Alvaro Alvarez
Mrs. Gomez
Physics
3 September 2015
Pendulum Lab
Purpose: To determine a graphical and mathematical relationship among period vs mass, period
vs angle, and period vs length.
Procedure:
1) Begin by acquiring a pendulum, one weight, a string,