Practice Projectiles
(Source for the first five problems WWW.MIAMI-BEST-MATH-TUTOR.COM,
1. 1. A physics book slides off a horizontal table top with a speed of 1.10 m/s. It strikes
the floor in 0.350 s. Ignore air resistance. Find the height of the table t
Projectile Motion additional Problems
RB
1.
A golfer practicing on a range with an elevated tee 4.9 m above the fairway is able
to strike a ball so that it leaves the club with a horizontal velocity of 20 m s 1.
(Assume the acceleration due to gravity is
PARTICLE IN EQUILIBRIUM MODEL
Assessment Guide
Name_Period_
Particle in Equilibrium Model
Learning
Expectation:
We are
learning
Students may be given
Students may be asked to
1) To understand
how forces
interact to affect
objects.
Situations in which obje
CONSTANT FORCE MODEL
Assessment Guide: Constant Force Model
_Period_
Name
Learning Expectation:
We are learning
Students may be given
Students may be asked to
1) To understand how
forces interact to
affect objects.
Situations in which an object
experience
Kinematics problems Source:
http:/www.physicsclassroom.com/class/1dkin/u1l6d.cfm
a.
1. Anairplaneacceleratesdownarunwayat3.20m/s2for32.8suntilisfinallyliftsoffthe
ground.Determinethedistancetraveledbeforetakeoff.
b.
Acarstartsfromrestandacceleratesuniform
PARTICLE IN EQUILIBRIUM MODEL
Assessment Guide
Name_Period_
Particle in Equilibrium Model
Learning
Expectation:
We are
learning
Students may be given
Students may be asked to
1) To understand
how forces
interact to affect
objects.
Situations in which obje
More Work
1. A block of mass M is attached to the lower end of a vertical spring. The spring is hung from the
ceiling and has force constant value k. The mass is released from rest with the spring initially
unstretched. The maximum extension produced in t
Physics Honors ( Source: www.Physicsclassroom.com)
Power
The quantity work has to do with a force causing a displacement. Work has nothing
to do with the amount of time that this force acts to cause the displacement.
Sometimes, the work is done very quick
Work Energy Notes II
Thequantitativerelationshipbetweenworkandthetwoformsofmechanicalenergyisexpressedbythefollowing
equation:
KEi+PEi+Wext=KEf+PEf
Theequationillustratesthatthetotalmechanicalenergy(KE+PE)oftheobjectischangedasaresultofwork
donebyextern
Work Energy equation notes
Internalvs.ExternalForces
Forcescanbecategorizedasinternalforcesorexternalforces.Therearemany
sophisticatedandworthywaysofexplaininganddistinguishingbetweeninternaland
externalforces.Manyofthesewaysarecommonlydiscussedatgreatlen
Formative III CP
1. Starting from rest Angel and Britney skateboard down a hill as shown. Angel rides
down the steep side while Britney rides down the shallow side. Angel has more mass
than Britney. Assume that friction and air resistance are negligible.
Honors Physics
Name
Date
Pd
Formative Assessment: Quiz 1
Complete the following:
Set1: Sketch the corresponding x vs t graph, v vs t graph, and a vs t graph.
Set 2: Sketch the corresponding motion diagram, v vs t, and a vs t graphs.
MHS PHYSICS GROUP
1
Fo
RB
Formative Energy 1
1. A 20.0 kg rock is on the edge of a 100.0 m cliff. The rock falls of the cliff and comes
to rest on the ground below.
System = _
Initial
Ek Eg Ee
Energy Flow
Diag am
0
Final
E k Eg Ee Ein t
0
a) Does the rock have energy at the to
Final Review Problems work
RB
1. A 50 kg crate is pulled 40 m along a horizontal floor by a constant force exerted
by a person ( 100N), which acts at a angle of 40 degree. The floor has a of
0.20.
a. Determine the work done by each force on the crate and
Circular Motion & Banking Angle notes and problems WS9
Modified for educational purpose
What if there is absolutely no friction between a car's tires and the road - could the car
still get around a curve? Well, yes, it could happen if the curve is banked,
Circular Motion WS12
MODIFIED FOR Educational Purpose
Source: http:/courses.ncssm.edu/apb11/resources/guides/G06-3a.circular_motion.htm
As you study the following example problems, remember the five important things about solving
circular motion problems.
CONSTANT FORCE MODEL
Assessment Guide: Constant Force Model
_Period_
Name
Learning Expectation:
We are learning
Students may be given
Students may be asked to
1) To understand how
forces interact to
affect objects.
Situations in which an object
experience
Circular Motion WS 8
Modified by R Bfor educational purpose
1. A 2.0 kg mass swinging at the end of a 0.50 m string is traveling 3.0 m/s. What is the centripetal
acceleration?
b. centripetal force on the mass?
( ANS: 18 m/s2 36 N)
2. A person standing at
UNIFORM CIRCULAR MOTION MODEL
Assessment Guide
Name_Period_
Uniform Circular Motion Model
Learning
Expectation:
We are
learning
Students may be given
Students may be asked to
To understand
how
forces interact to
cause objects to
travel with
uniform circul
ENERGY MODEL
Assessment Guide
Name_Period_
Uniform Circular Motion Model
Learning
Expectation:
We are
learning
Students may be given
Students may be asked to
To understand the
principle of
conservation of
energy and
describe energy
storage and
transfers w
a Circular Motion WS10
RB
1. A car rounds a frictionless highway curve of radius 60m that is banked at 20 degree
angle.
a. Draw a free body diagram for the car. Label the components.
b. At what speed can a car take his turn without assistance from frictio
Free Body Diagrams
(Questions from online resources)
Free body diagrams (FBDs) are simplified representations of an object which includes
only the forces acting on the object.
For now, the first step is to recognize all the forces involved by drawing arro
MOMENTUM MODEL
Assessment Guide
Name_Period_
Momentum Model
Learning
Expectation:
We are
learning
Students may be given
Students may be asked to
To understand
the principle of
conservation of
momentum.
Situations in which objects
experience an explosion
o
Right Triangles and SOH CAH TOA: Finding the Length of a
Side Given One Side and One Angle
Preliminary Information: SOH CAH TOA is an acronym to represent the following
three
trigonometric ratios or formulas:
sin =
opposite
hypotenuse
cos =
adjacent
hypot