Name: Chelsea Gochneaur
Teacher: Mr. Jones
3.16a Procedure and Conclusions sheet
Be sure to stay in the part of the simulation. More features will be used later when
we investigate energy. Start by playing with the cabinet some. Have fun, r
Teacher Key Activity Worksheet:
Punting and Projectile Motion
Name: _ Date: _
1. Define the following terms:
Definitions can vary.
b. Initial Speed:
Speed at which a projectile is launched.
c. Launch Angle:
Angle of launch measured from the
Projectile Lab Simulationhttp:/www.colorado.edu/physics/phet
Projectiles travel with two components of motion, X any Y. The acceleration and velocity in the Y direction is
independent of the acceleration (if any) and velocity in the X direct
Projectile Motion (Intro) PhET Simulations Worksheet
Due BOC Monday
Projectiles travel with two components of motion, X any Y. The acceleration and velocity in the Y direction is independent
of the acceleration (if any) and velocity
Standard Deviation measure of how each value in a data set varies, or deviates, from the mean.
*You can use this formula to calculate the standard deviation or use your calculator
z-score (sometimes called standard score) the number of sta
In-Class Exercises: Set 10 Form A
Total Points = 100 pts
5 pts each Question
An election poll reported that a candidate had an approval rating of 48% with a
margin of error of 3%. Construct a confidence interval for the pr
Rotational Motion _II
1- Read your text book (Ch 7, sections 7.2, 7.3,7.4)
Angular variables and tangential variables:
Consider an object moving around a circle. Since the radius is not changing,
traveling an angl
1- Read your text book (Ch 7, sections 7.1, 7.2, 7.3)
2- View the lecture video # 20 (on Moodle) and answer the associated quiz (web assign).
When moving linearly in one dim
Principles of Chemical Equilibrium
Dr. Peter Warburton
The equilibrium state
Chemical equilibrium is the state
reached when the concentrations
of the products and reactants
remain constant o
University Physics: Mechanics
Dr.-Ing. Erwin Sitompul
Homework 7: Coin On A Book
The figure below shows a coin of mass m at rest on a book that
has been tilted at an angle with the horizontal. By
Suggested Problems Tuesday 8 Jan-Monday 14 Jan
If you are reading this before Monday night, please check back at that point. I will have the final
suggested problems list up by 7pm Monday night UNLESS THERE IS A POWER OUTAGE
Chapter 4 Problems
1, 2, 3 = straightforward, intermediate, challenging
Section 4.1 The Concept of Force
Section 4.2 Newtons First Law
Section 4.3 Newtons Second Law
Section 4.4 Newtons Third Law
1. A 6.0-kg object undergoes an acceleration of 2.0 m/s 2.
1) 1977 D
For the system 2 SO2(g) + O2(g) 2 SO3(g) , H is
negative for the production of SO3. Assume that one has
an equilibrium mixture of these substances. Predict the
effect of each of the following changes on the value of
the equilibrium c
Entire report should be written in complete sentences using headings outlined here.
Introduction (2-4 sentences):
The purpose of the experiment should be included here
Any background information on the experiment
Kinetics and Equilibrium
An equilibrium stateState
in a chemical reaction is a
state where the concentrations of both reactants
and products remain constant over time.
All chemical reactions are reversible, some more
Vectors 2D practice MC
Choose the best answer to each question and write the appropriate letter in the space provided.
1) A vector is a quantity that has _.
A) time and direction.
B) magnitude and time.
C) magnitude and direction.
Quiz: Punting and Projectile Motion
Name: _ Date: _
A. Slower Initial Speed
B. Faster Initial Speed
1. In the above pictures, which football will travel the farthest?
A. The one with slower initial speed
B. The one with faster initial speed
What Do You Think?
One day after school, you are enjoying a can of soda. After its empty, you decide to toss it in the
trashcan. What variables determine whether or not you make the shot?
Friction, Inclined Planes, N.T.L.
Static Friction that keeps an object at rest
and prevents it from moving
Kinetic Friction that acts during motion
The Force of Friction is F f FN
= constant of prop