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UnitIVReview
For questions 1-4, draw the force diagram to represent the situation.
1. A wrecking ball is held motionless by a
cable.
2. A small child slides down a frictionless
slide.
3. The weight pulls block A across a
frictionless table.
4
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UNIT IV: Worksheet 1
For each of the situations compare the forces exerted by the blocks on each other as they move
on a table with some friction.
The choices for all the questions are as follows:
A
block A exerts a greater force
B
block B ex
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AP Physics 1
Per. 2
Degan
Rocket Projectile Lab Report
Investigable question How does the angle of launch from horizontal affect the horizontal
distance traveled?
Independent Variable: Angle of launch from horizontal
Dependent Variable: Horizont
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Cart and Hanging Mass
Investigable Question: How does increasing the net force affect the acceleration of the cart?
Independent Variable: Increasing net force
Dependent Variable: Acceleration of cart
Constants: Mass of
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AP Physics 1
Per. 2
Collisions Lab
Investigable Question: How does increasing the mass of the spring cart affect its momentum
when it has an explosion collision with a similar cart?
Independent Variable: Mass of Spring Cart
Dependent Variable: M
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UNIT IV: Worksheet 3
For each of the problems below, carefully draw a force diagram of the system before
attempting to solve the problem.
1. Determine the tension in each cable in case A and case B.
Case A
Case B
5 kg
5 kg
2. Determine tensio
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UNIT IV: Worksheet 2
Determine the x and y components of each of the force vectors below. Show work.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Modeling Workshop Project 2002
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Unit IV ws2 v2.0
5.
A person pulls on a 50 kg desk with a 200N force acting at 30 angle
above th
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UNIT IV: Worksheet 1
In each of the following situations, represent the object with a particle. Sketch all the forces acting
upon the object, making the length of each vector represent the magnitude of the force .
1. Object lies motionless.
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UNIT IV Objectives
What you should know when all is said and done
By the time you finish all labs, worksheets and related activities, you should be able to:
1. Describe and give examples of Newton's 1st Law.
Newton's 1st Law: An object at rest or moving a
UNIT III: Review
Use the graph below to answer questions #1-4 that follow:
1. Give a written description to describe the motion of this object.
2. Draw the motion map for the object. Include velocity and acceleration vectors.
3. Explain how you could dete
UNIT III: Objectives
What you should know when all is said and done
1. You should be able to determine the instantaneous velocity of an object in three ways:
a. determining the slope of the tangent to an x vs t graph at a given point.
b. using the mathema
Unit III: Stacks of kinematics curves
Given the following position vs time graphs, sketch the corresponding velocity vs time and
acceleration vs time graphs.
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Unit IIIkinematic curves v2.0
For the following velocity vs time