Class Set
Acceleration Practice
1.
A racecar accelerates from rest to a speed of 287 km/h in 6.8 seconds. What is its average acceleration?
2.
The space shuttle undergoes an acceleration of 53.9 m/s2. How fast is it traveling at the end of 55.2 s?
3.
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Newtons Three Laws of
Motion
Today
Newtons First Law
Issac Newton (1643-1727)
English physicist,
mathematician, astronomer,
and philosopher
Played a major role in the
development of calculus
His law of universal
gravitation and three laws
of motion are th
CLASS SET
Lab: Analyzing the position, velocity, and acceleration of a marble
Complete this lab write-up in your notebook. Tables and graphs represented here are a suggestion of how you
should obtain and graph your data. DO NOT FILL THEM IN. Also, the pro
Class Set
If youre not drawing an FBDyoure doing it wrong
Newtons Laws Day 1 and Day 2 Practice Set
Draw Free Body Diagrams for the following scenarios. Give all forces a name:
2. A car is travelling eastwards at a constant velocity. Dont ignore friction
Graph Review
1. An object, located at the origin when t = 0, moves along the x axis as shown in the diagram. At which point is the object farthest
from its starting point?
A) A
B) B
C) C
D) D
E) E
Use the following to answer questions 2-3:
2. Which graph
Unit 2 Video Links
A Tour of the Eukaryotic Cell: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXcGsEt7PP8
Cell Membrane Structure and Function: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=QY2aS8fXqtI
Origins of the Eukaryotic Cell: https:/www.youtube.com/watch?t=1&v=DwbbkH4oV6o
Or
Class Set
Uniform Accel. & Kinematics
For these problems assume g=9.80
1. A stone is dropped from the top of a cliff and seen to hit the ground after 3.5 seconds. How high
is the cliff? (60.m)
2. a) How long does it take for a brick to hit the dirt if it
Physics 20: # est-gr
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Physics 20: Assigrmient ta 1
ASSIGNMENT 18
27 Part One: Wave Phase, Interference, and Standing Waves
Marks Part Che. of :lus assignment is worth 15 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
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Physics 20: Ass:gnment 17 1
ASSIGNMENT 17
38 Part One: Properties of Mechanical Waves
Marks Part One of this assignment is worth 15 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
Tot 3 merge in parentheses. Note: The answer areas will expand to fi
Physics 20: Assignment 16 1
ASSIGNMENT 16
33 Mechanical Resonance
Marks This assignment is worth 33 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left margin in
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Physics 20: Assignment 15 1
ASSIGNMENT 15
53 Part One: Simple Harmonic Motion of a Weighted Spring
Marks Part One of this assignment is worth 30 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
T margin in parentheses. Note: The answer areas will ex
Physics 20: Assignment 13 1
ASSIGNMENT 13
41 Part One: Mechanical Energy and the Work-Energy Theorem
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Physics 20: Assignment 12 1
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ASSIGNMENT 12
Part One: Work, Potential Energy, and Kinetic Energy
Part One of this assignment is worth 28
Physics 20: Assignment 11 1
ASSIGNMENT 11
36 Part One: Kepler’s Three Laws of Planetary Motion
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Physics 20: Assignment 10 1
ASSIGNMENT 10
43 Part One: Understanding Circular Motion
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Physics 20: Assignment 8 1
ASSIGNMENT 8
39 Part One: Acceleration Due to Gravity
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Physics 20: Assignment 7 1
ASSIGNMENT 7
63 Part One: Free-Body Diagrams and Net Force
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Physics 20: Assignment 6 1
ASSIGNMENT 6
47 Part One: Newton’s First and Second Laws of Motion
M Part One of this assignment is worth 15 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
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Physics 20: Assignment 5 1
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ASSIGNMENT 5
Unit A Assessment
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Physics 20: Assignment 4 1
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34 Part One: Solving Projectile Problems
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Physics 20: Assignment 3 1
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ASSIGNMENT 3
Part One: Graphing Vector Addition in Two Dimensions
Part One of this assignment is worth 14 marks. The value of each question is note
Physics 20: Assignment 2 1
ASSIGNMENT 2
57 Part One: Graphical Analysis of Uniform Motion
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Physics 20: Assignment 1 2
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b. Magnitude of100. direction is 75" S of E
75 degrees
V = 100
c. Magnitude of 100, direction is 80“ E of N
80 degrees
d. Magnitude of 100, direction is 35” W of N
35 degrees
e. Magnitude of 10
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The time it takes for each item to fall is identical. In a vacuum, only the force of
gravity acts and at the same location, gravity affects all objects in the same way
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need to be connected
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3.03 s correct to 3 signicant digits
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vt = d
t = /
t = 1.3 /2.45 /
t = 0.5306 s
1.4 m
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vix = (25.0 m/s) cos 65 = 10.6 m/s
viy = (25.0 m/s) sin 65 = 22.7 m/s
vfx = (10.57 m/s) + 0 since ax = 0
vfx = 10.6 m/s
vfy = (22.66 m/s) + (-9.81 m/s