Assignment: Applications of Sine Transformations
The average monthly temperature (in F) for Charlevoix, Michigan, is shown in this table.
Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
F
30
33
42
57
69
78
Month
July
August
September
October
November
December
Lab: Newtons Third Law (27 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Explain Newtons third law of motion.
Identify action and reaction force pairs.
Draw and interpret a force diagram.
Introduction
Isaac Newton was o
Lab: Projectile Motion (28 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Analyze and describe the motion of a projectile that is accelerating.
Use kinematics equations to find the velocity and angle at which a
projectil
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Forms of Energy
Forms of Energy
Mechanical
Thermal
Chemical
Energy can be
transferred, or
converted, from
one form to
another!
Electrical
Electromagnetic
Nuclear
Mechanical Energy
Energy associated with the motion of an
object.
Chewing
Sound
Frog Dancing
Apply your knowledge of centripetal
acceleration and centripetal force to the
solution of problems in circular motion.
Define and apply concepts of frequency and
period, and relate them to linear speed.
Solve problems involving banking angles,
the conica
A waterfall in
Yellowstone
Park provides
an example of
energy in
nature. The
potential
energy of the
water at the
top is
converted into
kinetic energy
at the bottom.
Define and give examples of
conservative and nonconservative
forces.
Define and apply the
Chapter 13 Waves II
Two pulses on a string approach each other at speeds
of 1 m/s. What is the shape of the string at t = 6 s?
Two pulses on a string approach each other at speeds
of 1 m/s. What is the shape of the string at t = 6 s?
A standing wave on a
Define kinetic energy and potential
energy, along with the appropriate
units in each system.
Describe the relationship between
work and kinetic energy, and apply
the WORKENERGY THEOREM.
Define and apply the concept of
POWER, along with the appropriate
u
Rotational
Motion 2
Coming
around
Apply your knowledge of linear velocity and
centripetal acceleration to the solution of
problems in angular measurements.
Define and apply concepts of angular
measurements and variables to rotational
objects.
Solve proble
Electric Circuits
Honors Physics
Potential Difference
In battery,
=Voltage=EMFareactions a series of chemical
occur in which
electrons are transferred from
one terminal to another. There is
a potential difference (voltage)
between these poles.
The maximum
Wave
s
Waves
3 Types of Waves
Physics Definition: A vibration or
oscillation thatWaves: Wave motion that
Mechanical transfers energy.
requires a medium (ie. water, sound,
slinkies, )
Electromagnetic Waves: No medium is
needed (light, radio waves, xrays,)
Electromagnetic
Waves
Electromagnetic
Waves
Waves consisting of
oscillating electric and
magnetic fields that
move at the speed of
light through space.
Electromagnetic
Spectrum
Corresponding wavelength and frequency
Light
Light is the range of frequencies
Assignment: Relations and Functions
Follow the directions to solve all the parts of each problem. Show all work
leading to your answer.
1. There are many ways to describe relations and function. Consider the
relation shown as a set of ordered pairs:
cfw_(
Assignment: Exponential Growth and Decay
Part I: Solve Realworld Exponential Growth/Decay Problems
Choose any 4 of the following 5 problems to solve realworld exponential growth and decay
problems.
Use the appropriate formula for exponential growth/deca
Lab: Conservation of Mechanical Energy (25 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Describe the energy transfers that occur as a marble moves through a track.
Calculate the gravitational potential energy of an obj
Lab: Circle (32 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Accurately measure in centimeters using a ruler.
Graph data and write the equation of the line.
Explain what the slope and yintercept on your graph represen
Lab: Momentum (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Explain how time, force and change of momentum are related.
Describe the motion of objects in a collision where momentum is conserved.
Connect modern techn
Lab: Free Fall (26 points)
Objectives
After you have completed this laboratory, you will be able to:
Calculate the distance and displacement of a freely falling object, given the time of flight.
Calculate the average velocity and instantaneous velocity of
Assignment: Graphing the Cotangent Function
1. Complete the table for f(x) = cot(x).
x

3
4
cot
Und.
1
2
0
4
1
(x)
4
0
Und
.
1
2
0
3
4
1
Und
5
4
1
3
2
0
2. Graph the three periods of the cotangent function from the table above.
3. Write a description o