NUMBER 1
Initial Position = 5.00 m
Initial Velocity = 0
Acceleration = 0
Time interval = 0 to 10 seconds
NUMBER 2
Initial Position = 10.00 m
Initial Velocity = 2.00 m/s
Acceleration = 0
Time interval = 0 to 10.0 seconds
NUMBER 3
Initial Position
PROJECTILE MOTION
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Projectile Motion
Motion In Two Dimensions
Objectives: After completing this discussion, you should be able to:
Understand the principles governing
the motion of a projectile.
Describe th
PHYSICS 1 'l1 QUARTER PROBLEM SET 1
DEADLINE OF SUBMISSION: SEPTEMBER 2. 2015 I ON OR BEFORE 8:00 AM
Topics covered: AVERAGE VELOCTTY AND AVERAGE ACCELERATION
i. All and Carto walk with an average velocity of 0.87 mls eastward. it it takes them 28 minutes
Dynamics
Kinematic
s
An object is said to be moving if it
changes its position from one place
to another.
Description of motion:
1) Distance the length of the path of a moving body
- how much ground an object has covered during
its motion
2) Displacement
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The Moving Man
Inquiry Activity: Investigating Motion Graphs
Objective: In this activity, the students should be able to investigate and observe the position vs.
time, velocity vs. time, and a
VECTOR ADDITION: Treasure Hunt
Objective: To re-enforce students understanding of the graphical and analytic method of adding
vectors while enhancing their skills in performing and communicating measurements.
Materials: meter stick, protractor
Procedure:
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LABORATORY INVESTIGATION #1
DETERMINING AVERAGE SPEED AND
FINDING AN UNKNOWN DISTANCE USING A HUMAN MEASURING DEVICE
Objective: This activity aims to help students further understand and
CONCEPTUAL QUIZ QUESTIONS FOR 1-DIMENSIONAL KINEMATICS
1. Is it possible for a hiker to travel a non-zero distance over a certain period of time and
have zero displacement? If so, give one example of such situation.
2. How does the displacement of a photo
ON A WHOLE SHEET OF PAPER OR ON YOUR CONCEPT NOTEBOOK,
ANSWER
THE
FOLLOWING
QUESTIONS
BRIEFLY
BUT
COMPREHENSIVELY. YOU CAN FIND THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO
COME UP WITH AN ANSWER IN YOUR TEXTBOOK.
1. If the net force acting on a moving object is in the sa
August 4, Tuesday
10:15 11:15 / 9-Beryllium
11:15 12:15 / 9-Helium
August 5, Wednesday
8:00 9:00 / 9-Lithium
On your LESSON NOTEBOOK (this is your physics notebook
dedicated only for your notes on the concepts and examples; you
may use any notebook of you
SOH-CAH-TOA
Warm up: Find the missing measures.
Write all answers in radical form.
45
30
x
7
10
z
45
w
60
y
The Trigonometric
Functions we will be
looking at
SINE
COSINE
TANGENT
The Trigonometric
Functions
SINE
COSINE
TANGENT
SINE
Prounounce
d sign
COSINE
Chapter 4 Vector Addition
When handwritten, use an arrow:
A
When printed, will be in bold print:
A
When dealing with just the
magnitude of a vector in print, an
italic letter will be used: A
Chapter 4 Vector Addition
Equality of Two Vectors
Two vectors ar
SOH-CAH-TOA
Warm up: Find the missing measures.
Write all answers in radical form.
45
30
x
7
10
z
45
w
60
y
The Trigonometric
Functions we will be
looking at
SINE
COSINE
TANGENT
The Trigonometric
Functions
SINE
COSINE
TANGENT
SINE
Prounounce
d sign
COSINE
AP Physics 1 Investigation 1:
1D and 2D Kinematics
How is the translational motion of a ball described
by kinematics?
Central Challenge
Students observe a steel ball rolling down an inclined ramp, then across a
horizontal track, and finally as a projectil
Trigonometry
Review of Pythagorean Theorem
Sine, Cosine, & Tangent Functions
Laws of Cosines & Sines
Pythagorean Theorem
c^2 = a^2 + b^2
a^2 = c^2 - b^2
Relationship among the
lengths of sides.
b^2 = c^2 - a^2
Side a
Side c
Side b
Right triangles in Tr
Sine Rule
C
b
A
a
c
B
SOH/CAH/TOA can only be used for right-angled triangles.
THE LAW OF SINES
sin A sin B sin C
a
b
c
Use these to
find
missing
angles
THE LAW OF SINES
a
b
c
sin A sin B sin C
Use these to find
missing sides
We use the Sine Rule when:
AS
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VECTORS
1. A ball is thrown with an initial velocity of 70 feet per second, at an angle of 35 with the horizontal. Find the
vertical and horizontal components of the velocity.
2. Consider the tow truck at the right. If the tensional fo