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Warm Up

AP PhysicsMonday 14.09.15Standards: Kinematics 1D & 2D: Big Idea 3Learning Objective: SWBAT Solve displacement & Speed vector problems

20m

- Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Review HW & Math Skills Quiz Study Guide
- Math Skills Quiz
- Sample Vector Problem.
- HW

y=?

40°

x=?

I –Independent Resilient IndividualsRST.11-12.9 Synthesize information from a range of sources into coherent understanding of a process, phenomenon, or concept,…Learning Objective: SWBAT collect data and find their reaction time using the fact that gravity accelerates objects downwards

Homework

KAP 10

Warm Up

An object moves at 4 m/s at an angle of 30 degrees north of west. What are the x and y components of the speed.

AP PhysicsTuesday 14.09.16Standards: Kinematics 1D & 2D: Big Idea 3Learning Objective: SWBAT graphically represent speed and velocity

- Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Math Skills Quiz
- Vector Word Problem Guided Practice.

I –Independent Resilient IndividualsRST.11-12.9 Synthesize information from a range of sources into coherent understanding of a process, phenomenon, or concept,…Learning Objective: SWBAT collect data and find their reaction time using the fact that gravity accelerates objects downwards

Homework

KAP #10

Warm Up

Find the total x & y displacement of an object that travels 20 m at 45 degrees North of West then changes direction and travels 10 m east.

AP PhysicsWednesday 14.09.17Standards: Kinematics 1D & 2D: Big Idea 3I –Independent Resilient IndividualsRST.11-12.9 Synthesize information from a range of sources into coherent understanding of a process, phenomenon, or concept,…Learning Objective: SWBAT collect data and find their reaction time using the fact that gravity accelerates objects downwards

- Agenda:
- Warm Up
- Finish Quiz
- Correct Quiz
- Guided Practice #1
- Intro to Inclined Plane Lab

x(m)

Homework

KAP 10

Warm Up

Break the following vectors into x and y components.

Next add up the vector components to get a resultant vector.

AP PhysicsThursday 14.09.18Standards: Kinematics 1D & 2D: Big Idea 3I –Independent Resilient IndividualsRST.11-12.9 Synthesize information from a range of sources into coherent understanding of a process, phenomenon, or concept,…Learning Objective: SWBAT collect data and find their reaction time using the fact that gravity accelerates objects downwardsLearning Objective: SWBAT begin acceleration Lab

1

10N

2

30°

60°

10N

Agenda

Warm Up

Review HW

Grade Quiz

Begin Acceleration

Homework

KAP #11

Warm Up

A balloon rises at a constant 10 m/s. The wind blows it Eastward at a constant 2 m/s.

a) at what angle off the vertical will the balloon be traveling?

AP PhysicsFriday 14.09.19 Standards: Kinematics 1D & 2D: Big Idea 3RST.11-12.4 Meaning of symbols, key terms, technical jargonProblem SolversObjective: SWBAT determine whether or not mass and acceleration are related.

Agenda

- Warm Up
- Review HW
- Collect Homework
- Continue Acceleration Lab

Homework

KAP#12

vy (m/s)

For each vector find the magnitude, angle, and the x & y components. Each mark is 1 unit.

9.05 m.s

1 m/s j

6.34°

-9 m/s i

-3 m/s i

7.6 m/s

3 m/s j

71.5°

-9m/s j

23.2°

7 m/s i

vx (m/s)

9.49 m/s

-3m/s i

8.06 m/s

53.1°

4 m/s j

29.7°

-4 m/s j

5 m/s

7 m/s i

- The pronghorn antelope, found in North America, is the best long-distance running among mammals. It has been observed to travel at an average speed of more than 55 km/hr for up to 6.0 km. Suppose the antelope runs a distance of 5.0 km in a direction 11.5 degrees north of east, turns, and then runs 1.0 km south. Calculate the resultant displacement.
- In 1926, Gertrude Ederle of the United States became the first woman to swim across the English channel. Suppose Ederle swam 25.2 km east from the coast near Dover, England, then made a 90 degree turn and traveled south for 21.3 km to a point east of Calais, France. What was Ederle’s resultant displacement?
- A killer whale can swim as fast as 15 m/s. Suppose a killer whale swims in one direction at this speed for 8.0 s, makes a 90 degree turn, and continues swimming in the new direction with the same speed as before. After a certain time interval, the magnitude of the resultant displacement is 180.0 m. Calculate the amount of time the whale swims after changing direction.

Graph the following. Find the slope, equation of best fit line, and area under the curve.

- Scientific Notation
- 442300000 in scientific notation
- 0.00000000003 in scientific notation
- 4x106 and 3x10-2 in standard form
- Exponents
- 4x106*2x103/7x104+8.2x101/4x10-2
- Conversions
- 20 mi -> m, 20mm-> m, 12 lb -> kg, 1mm-> km
- Graphing

20

16

12

x(m)

Create a velocity & acceleration vs time graph using this graph

8

4

5

15

20

40

50

10

25

30

45

35

t(s)

b. Graph the following. Find the slope, equation of best fit line, and area under the curve.

- Scientific Notation
- a. 9200000 in scientific notation
- b. 0.000000303 in scientific notation
- c. 8x105 and 4.6x10-4 in standard form
- Exponents
- a. 6x105*2x102/3x104+8.2x102/4x10-2
- Conversions
- a. 40 mi -> m, b. 119mm-> m, c. 20 lb -> kg, d. 50mm-> km
- 4. Graphing

20

16

12

x(m)

a. Create a velocity & acceleration vs time graph using this graph

8

4

5

15

20

40

50

10

25

30

45

35

t(s)

- The longest snake ever found was a python that was 10.0 m long. Suppose a coordinate system large enough to measure the pythoon’s length is drawn on the ground. The snake’s tail is then placed at the origin and the snakes body is stretched so that it makes an angle of 60.0° with the positive x-axis. Find the xa and y coordinates of the snake’s head.
- The landing speed of the space shuttle Columbia is 347 km/h. If the shuttle is landing at an angle of 15.0° with respect to the horizontal, what are the horizontal and vertical components of its velocity?

- A car parachutes down from a plane 1000 m in the air at a constant speed of 15 m/s. The wind is blowing at 3 m/s to the west.
- How long will it take to hit the ground?
- What is the resultant velocity of the car?
- What angle off of the vertical is the car moving?
- What is the total distance that it will travel while in the air?
- What is the horizontal displacement of the car from the point it left the plane to the point it landed?