Universal
Unit
Universal Gravitation
and Orbital Motion
Sir
Isaac Newton first deduced
that the force responsible for
making objects fall on Earth is the
same force that keeps the moon
in orbit.
This
idea is known as the law of
universal gravitation.
G
Uniform Circular Motion
Circular Motion and Centripetal Force
In this unit, you will be able to:
explain qualitatively and quantitatively, that the acceleration in
uniform circular motion is directed toward the center of a circle.
explain, quantitatively,
Physics 2016-Linear Motion 3
1.
Position vs. Time
Calculate the velocity of the object during line segment A.
50
45
40
B
35
Position (m)
30
We showed you that average velocity = x/t, where x is the displacement.
Graphically, this is slope, also. Notice th
GP2 CCA REVIEW 2016 KEY
(2D KINEMATICS) PROJECTILE MOTION
1. A person walks 30 blocks north then 30 blocks west. What direction did they travel? Northwest
2. A bird flies upward at a rate of 10 m/s, then flies to the right at 5 m/s. What was the birds res
PROJECTILE MOTION
MOTION IN TWO DIMENSIONS
Unit
Launch Angle and Range
Key Question:
Which launch angle will give
a marble the best range?
Objectives:
Use the Marble Launcher to find the launch angle
that produces the maximum range for a projectile.
Motio
Name_Date_Period_
Free Fall Lab
Acceleration of Gravity: On the earth, gravity exerts a force on everything with mass. (A force is a push or pull.)
The force makes all objects accelerate downwards, towards the center of the earth. This acceleration varies
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GP1CCA
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Physics
Grade Level Worksheet: Horizontal Circular Motion
1. A record player makes 45 revolutions per minute. What is its period?
2. A record player makes 45 revolutions per minute. What is its frequency in Hertz?
3. A 3 kg weight is being
Projectile Discovery Lab
Purpose: To determine the optimal angle for the maximum range of a projectile.
Data Table: Multiple trials for height and range for each angle for average
Angle
height 1
height 2
height 3
average
(degrees)
(cm)
(cm)
(cm)
height (c
Linear Motion Practice Problems 2016
1) A child is pushing a shopping cart at a speed of 1.5 m/s. How long will it take this child to push the cart
down an aisle with a length of 9.3 m? 6.2 sec
2) A rocket travels a distance of 15,000 m in 2 s. What is th
Delete cells as needed for number of surfaces tested, paste final copy
Slip and Slide Data Table
Surface 1=_ Surface 2=_
masses Weight (N) Normal (N)Applied (N) Friction (N) Friction/Normal Applied (N) Friction (N)
sock only
0.3
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.33
0.3
0.3
s
Name_Date_Period_
Free Fall Lab
Acceleration of Gravity: On the earth, gravity exerts a force on everything with mass. (A force is a push or pull.) The force makes all objects
accelerate downwards, towards the center of the earth. This acceleration varies
CALCULATING
FORCE & MOTION
The First Law: Force and Inertia
Key Question:
How does the first law
apply to objects at
rest and in motion?
Force
Force is an action that can change
motion.
A force is what we call a push or a pull,
or any action that has th
Forces Review 2016 KEY
1. A(n) _NET_ force causes an object to start moving, stop moving, or change directions, which means
it causes the object to _ACCELERATE_.
2. An unbalanced force is also known as a(n) _NET_ force.
3. Label the variable used for each
Name: _
Period: _
Ch.3:1
Forces 2 WS
Isaac Newtons 3 Laws of Motion
Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) was an English physicist and mathematician. Before the age of 30 he
formulated the laws of motion and invented calculus. Much of our modern science is based o
Newtons First Law of Motion
What is Newtons First Law of Motion?
Part A: Wacky Washers
To prepare for this experiment, stack 4 washers one
on top of the other so that you form a tower of washers. Place
the stack of washers on top of your textbook or on th
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Forces & Free Body Diagrams
Forces
Why do things move? What is the cause of
this motion we have studied?
Explained by Sir Isaac Newton
3 Laws of Motion
Explain the way forces influence motion what
is needed for objects to move
much is needed
w
Forces and Free Body Diagrams WS
Forces & Free Body Diagrams Notes
What is a Force?
Types of Forces
Friction ( Ff
Normal (
)
Fn
Weight ( Fg
) always balance the Fg
)-
Tension(
)
Spring (
)-
Applied (
)-
How do we measure force?
What is a Net Force?
Free B
Forces and Free Body Diagrams WS
Forces & Free Body Diagrams Notes
What is a Force?
Types of Forces
Friction (
)
Normal (
)
Weight (
)-
Tension(
)
Spring (
)-
Applied (
)-
How do we measure force?
What is a Net Force?
Free Body Diagram Components
Forces a
Forces in Equilibrium Worksheet
1. When an object is in equilibrium,
a. it has an acceleration of _ m/s2
b.
it can be moving at a (constant / changing) velocity
c. it can be moving at a (constant / changing) speed
d. it (can / cannot) be changing directio
Name_
Period_
Date_
NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION PostLab
Worksheet
If I am anything, which I highly doubt, I have made myself
so by hard work.
Isaac Newton
Information
A Force is defined most simply as any push or pull.
Newtons Three
Laws of Motion
Newtons
Fir
Algebra 2 Name l
Unitg 5 Formative Assessment Review Date Period
MSW Vb
l. Interval Notation
Directions: Fill in the missing parts in the chart below.
- Set Notation Interval Notation
l.-
ll. lnverses of Linear Functions
Find 4M lwma 61C each giw'on Mje
Name: _
Period: _
Ch.3:1
Forces 2 WS
KEY
Isaac Newtons 3 Laws of Motion
Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) was an English physicist and mathematician. Before the age of 30 he
formulated the laws of motion and invented calculus. Much of our modern science is bas
Forces and Free Body Diagrams WS
I. Calculate the net force for each diagram below. Remember that force is a vector
component so it will have MAGNITUDE and DIRECTION.
RIGHT and UP is positive (+)
LEFT and DOWN is negative (-)
Fnet = -1 N
Fnet = +1 N
Fnet
Projectile Motion WS 3 KEY
1 . An object is launched horizontally from the top of an 8 m tall ledge going 30 m/s. Calculate the air time and range.
0 m/s
30 m/s
30 m/s
0 m/s2
-9.8 m/s2
-8 m
-8 = 0.5(-9.8)(t2)
-8 = -4.9t2
1.63= t2
t= 1.28 sec
1.28 sec
THIS
Name: _
Date: _ Seat:_Period:_
Physics Worksheet: Projectile Motion at angles WS 1 Key
SHOW ALL WORK AND LABEL DIAGRAM FOR FULL CREDIT
Practice:
1.
A water balloon is launched with a speed of 40 m/s at an angle of 60 degrees to the horizontal.
I.
Launch V
Projectile Motion WS 2 KEY
1.
A
C
D
B
Use the arrows at the left to answer the following.
G
E
A. _G Which arrow has + x and y components?
(which is pointing in the +x and y directions?)
B. _B Which arrow has x and +y components?
Which arrow has +x and no
Physics 2016-Linear Motion 3 Key
1.
Position vs. Time
Calculate the velocity of the object during line segment A.
50
t=6 sec
45
40
m= d/ t=+30m/6 sec = +5m/sec = velocity
B
35
Position (m)
30
d=+30m
25
t=12 sec
A
20
We showed you that average velocity = x