Multiple Representations of Motion Worksheet
In this problem, a cart moves in various ways on a horizontal track. A coordinate system with the positive xdirection to the right is used to measure each motion. For each motion, one of five different represen
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Jason Li
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9/28
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UniformlyAcceleratedMotionWorksheet3:
InterpretingGraphsofAcceleratedMotion
ObjectA:
a.Whereonthegraphaboveistheobjectmovingmostslowly?Howdoyouknow?
BandFbecausetheslopeofthelineinpositiontimegraphindicatethevelocity,BandFhave
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Jason Li
Date
10/20 Pd 3
TwoDimensionalMotionWorksheet2:
HorizontallyLaunchedProjectiles
1. Given the following situation of a marble in motion on a rail with negligible
friction:
a. Sketch a motion map showing the motion of the marble after it
leave
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Jason Li
Date
10/17 Pd 3
TwoDimensionalMotionWorksheet1:
FreeFallKinematics
1. A ball is thrown downward with an initial speed of 20 m/s on Earth.
a. Make a well-labeled diagram of the situation.
b. Make a list of given quantities and quantities to f
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UniformlyAcceleratedMotion:ReviewSheet
1. Use the graph above to answer the following questions:
a. Give a written description to describe the motion of this object.
The object starts at origin and move to the positive direction with
Jason Li Period 2
Book name: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Personal dictionary
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Synonyms
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foundation
The base of a structure
Basis, bed rock, groundwork
Cowardice, exterior
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Graphing and Relationships of Variables
Part 1: Graphing procedures
1. The data is most commonly plotted on Cartesian paper
in which the lines are set up in a linear fashion. The
horizontal line with the value of zero is called the x-axis
and the vertical
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Constant Velocity Worksheet 4:
Multiple Representations of Motion
Given one motion representation, supply the missing motion representations.
1.
Written description: The
x
object moved away from
the origin , stopped for a
while, then mo
Wave Properties of Matter Homework
1. Consider the two-slit electron interference experiment described in the tutorial
(MOD_5A). (Shown at right is the
pattern seen on a phosphorescent
screen placed far from the slits.)
Suppose that this experiment were
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Uniform Circular Motion & Non-Uniform Circuluar Motion
Objective: For an object moving in uniform circular motion, predict the objects position as a function of time. For an
object moving with tangential acceleration, predict the objects position as a fun
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Magnetism:Worksheet5
When answering the questions, it is assumed this paper is lying on your desk. Down is toward the bottom of this paper, up is
towards the top, in is toward the floor, and out is toward the ceiling.
1. What direction will t
Activity #6: Measuring Angles, Part 2
Objective: You will make simple measurements of the angles created when light passes from one
medium into another.
Materials:
A clear semicircular dish
A pen laser
A pencil
A sheet of polar graph paper
Procedure:
In t
Engineering: Design a Gravitron
Introduction: The Gravitron is an amusement park ride that appears to
defy gravity. Riders enter a cylinder that rotates on a vertical axis. They
stand against the side of the cylinder. It starts out slow, then spins faster
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CASTLEUnit2 Activity1
Circuit B
Circuit A
Connect circuit A. Carefully disconnect one wire and insert the battery as shown in circuit B. Call your instructor over
to watch you connect Circuit B. To repeat the process, be sure and RESET the ca
Activity #7: Finding the Slopes
Objective: Using your data from the previous activities, you will create graphs and find the
slopes of the best fit line.
Materials:
Your data from Activities 5 & 6
LoggerPro
Procedure:
Your results so far indicate that the
Energy Test Review Document:
1. (2009 M1) A 3.0 kg object is moving along the x-axis in a region where its potential energy as a function of x is
given as U(x) = 4.0x2 where U is in joules and x is in meters. When the object passes the point x = -0.50 m,
Refraction Review Worksheet #1
1. In each top view diagram below, the path of a beam of light is shown incident on the side
of a transparent container of water. Only part of each container is shown.
Sketch the approximate path of the beam in the second ma
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Magnetism:Worksheet3
1. A straight wire 50 cm long conducts a 6.0 A current directed up out of the page. If the wire
experiences a force of 0.24 N to the right due to a magnetic field perpendicular to its length,
what is the magnitude and dir