Patrick Cody
Physics Section 1
Name _ Class _ Page 1
Conservation of Energy at the Skate Park
Part A: Thermal Energy
Learning Objective:
Describe how a change in thermal energy of the system affects the motion of molecules at the
microscopic level, and th
Science, Gr. 9
Atoms & Elements Working with the Metric System
Metric Conversions Worksheet I
Going down the table
move the decimal to
the right
Going up the table
move the decimal to
the left
T
teraG
gigaM
megak
kiloh
hectoda
deca
NO PREFIX
d
deci
c
cent
Chapter 5: What are Newtons laws of Motion?
Chapter 5 day 1 intro: 1/25/16
 for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction
 an object at rest will remain at rest as long as no net force acts on it
 an object moving with no constant velocity
1. standard commercially available mousetrap such as the victor or tomcat brand
2. allowed to use any inexpensive and readily available materials to use
3. swinging arm of mousetrap may not be assisted in any direction
4.
Pro
3.5
area
10 catapult
must fit
Balsa Wood Bridge Construction
Restrictions
1. The truss must be made with ONLY THE 3 PIECES OF BALSA WOOD I GIVE YOU AND
WOOD GLUE! (Total amount of wood is 3 meters.)
2. The total mass of the truss must not exceed 50.0g.
a) You cannot submerge your proj
Pat Cody
Section 4
12/21/15
1/5/16
Due Signature Upon Completion of Lab Report: Pat Cody
Abstract
In this lab I will learn about vector addition by adding vectors graphically.
Materials
Map (following page)
scissors
protractor
calculator
Procedure
1.
Edward PflegingHowes
Physics CP Section 1
11/7/15 Lab Date
Calculating Free Fall Lab:
Materials:

10 items to drop
a stopwatch
a tape measure or ruler
a calculator
Procedure:
1. Use the tape measure to find out the distance from the point that the item
This is a guide to motion problems:
In your typical motion problem, they will give you a horizontal
and vertical component. Generally speaking the vertical
component is in there so that you can figure out how much
time the horizontal component will be in
Chapter 5: What are Newtons laws of Motion?
Chapter 5 day 1 intro: 1/25/16
 for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction
 an object at rest will remain at rest as long as no net force acts on it
 an object moving with no constant velocity
This is a guide to motion problems:
In your typical motion problem, they will give you a horizontal
and vertical component. Generally speaking the vertical
component is in there so that you can figure out how much
time the horizontal component will be in