Data Collection and Questions
Data CollectionTable 1:
Trials
1
2
3
4
Distance (cm)
100.0 cm (first section)
100.0 cm (second section) 0.66
100.0 cm (third section) 0.63
100.0 cm (four section)
3.08
Time (s)
0.70
Average Speed (cm/s)
139.83
148.23
155.23
1
Data Collection and Questions
Data CollectionTable 1:
Trials
1
2
3
4
Distance (cm)
100.0 cm (first section)
100.0 cm (second section) 0.66
100.0 cm (third section) 0.63
100.0 cm (four section)
3.08
Time (s)
0.70
Average Speed (cm/s)
139.83
148.23
155.23
1
1.18: M&MS LAB
sdsdssd
1. When you performed Step 2 of the procedure, you actually made a cylinder of M&M'S. The
cylinder was rather "smushed," and the height of the cylinder was the thickness of an M&M'S .
Recall that the equation for the volume of a cyl
1.18: M&MS LAB
sdsdssdsfsfsfsfsfsdfsdgvfdfsddfgdgdgdfdfdf
1. When you performed Step 2 of the procedure, you actually made a cylinder of M&M'S. The
cylinder was rather "smushed," and the height of the cylinder was the thickness of an M&M'S .
Recall that t
1.18: M&MS LAB
sdsdssdsfsfsfsfsfsdfsdgvfdfsd
1. When you performed Step 2 of the procedure, you actually made a cylinder of M&M'S. The
cylinder was rather "smushed," and the height of the cylinder was the thickness of an M&M'S .
Recall that the equation f
Data Collection and Questions
Data CollectionTable 1:
Trials
1
2
3
4
Distance (cm)
100.0 cm (first section)
100.0 cm (second section) 0.66
100.0 cm (third section) 0.63
100.0 cm (four section)
3.08
Time (s)
0.70
Average Speed (cm/s)
139.83
148.23
155.23
1
Data Collection and Questions
Data CollectionTable 1:
Trials
1
2
3
4
Distance (cm)
100.0 cm (first section)
100.0 cm (second section) 0.66
100.0 cm (third section) 0.63
100.0 cm (four section)
3.08
Time (s)
0.70
Average Speed (cm/s)
139.83
148.23
155.23
1
1.18: M&MS LAB
sdsdssdsfsfsfsfsfsdfsdgvfdfsddfgdgdg
1. When you performed Step 2 of the procedure, you actually made a cylinder of M&M'S. The
cylinder was rather "smushed," and the height of the cylinder was the thickness of an M&M'S .
Recall that the equ
1.18: M&MS LAB
1. When you performed Step 2 of the procedure, you actually made a cylinder of M&M'S. The
cylinder was rather "smushed," and the height of the cylinder was the thickness of an M&M'S .
Recall that the equation for the volume of a cylinder is
Data Collection and Questions
Data CollectionTable 1:
Trials
1
2
3
4
Distance (cm)
100.0 cm (first section)
100.0 cm (second section) 0.66
100.0 cm (third section) 0.63
100.0 cm (four section)
3.08
Time (s)
0.70
Average Speed (cm/s)
139.83
148.23
155.23
1
Name: _ Class: _ Date: _
4.5 to 4.7 Review
Now Its Getting Complex But Its Really Not
Difficult!
Complex Number Operations
9. i 1000
Rewrite each expression using i.
1. Calculate each power of i.
a.
b.
i 44
i
11.
49
23
Simplify each expression.
730
i
d.
9 f) V E \
p
5.5 Warm u Homework
(A) Sketch a graph of the given function. (Use the roots)
(B) Find the y-intercept and use it as an additional point. Note: Simplify the expression into standard form to nd the
y-intercept % you can plug in an x-value of 0
Name: _ Class: _ Date: _
ID: A
5.1 to 5.4 Review
Polynomial Power
Power Functions
Vocabulary
Choose the term from the box that best completes each statement.
even function
end behavior
symmetric about a point
power function
symmetric about a line
odd func
Worksheet 4. 7
The table shown summarizes multiple methods to determine the complex zeros of a
quadratic function based specific given information.
l
E Number of Complex Zeros of a Quadratic Function
I Type of Zeros ' Two Real Zeros _ Two Imaginary
Worksheet 4.7
2 x-intercepts
1 x-intercept
no x-intercepts
Determine the number of zeros and the type of zeros for each quadratic function. Justify your
reasoning.
1. () = 2( + 3)2
2. () = 0.5 2 3 + 10
1
3. () = 3 ( 9)
4. () = 5( 1)2 + 6
Motion in One Dimension
Name:
Free Fall
Read Sections a, b and d from Lesson 5 of the 1-D Kinematics chapter at The Physics Classroom:
http:/www.physicsclassroom.com/Class/1DKin/U1L5a.html
MOP Connection:
1.
None
A rock is dropped from a rest
position at