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- http://www.studyphysics.ca/

- Pick up Safety Contract, Calculator Contract and index card.
- While waiting, compose a cinquain or haiku describing what you think physics is. Write it on one side of index card. Include name and period on other side.
- Cinquain:
- Title 2 syllables
- Describe title 4 syllables
- State an action6 syllables
- Express a feeling8 syllables
- Another word for title2 syllables
Haiku:

- 5 syllables
- 7 syllables
- 5 syllables

calculator contract: complete both sides. Your calculator number is your seat number. You will use this all year! Take this card home and have your folks sign it. Return it by Wednesday.

safety review: This should be completed by Wed Sept 3. You may use the class copy of safety rules and begin working on this while waiting for class to start.

Are you ready for a great year?

Pick up calculator contract,safety review,This should be completed by Wed. You may use the class copy of safety rules and begin working on this while waiting for class to start.

Pick up Blue Form, Signature Page, and Yellow Page Turn in by Wednesday

- Pick up Safety Contract, Calculator Contract and index card.
- While waiting, compose a cinquain or haiku describing what you think physics is. Write it on one side of index card. Include name and period on other side.
- Cinquain:
- Title 2 syllables
- Describe title 4 syllables
- State an action6 syllables
- Express a feeling8 syllables
- Another word for title2 syllables
Haiku:

- 5 syllables
- 7 syllables
- 5 syllables

- Text to 626 404 7299
- Send this message @8c878

- Sign your name (don’t just initial)

- Text to 626 404 7299
- Send this message @8fac4
- Video Dimensional Analysis Video
- Hand out DA WS I Assignment
- Due tommorow

- Supplies
- Pencil, pens, & paper
- Folder, spiral, or 3 ring binder
- Scientific Calculator at home
The policies and syllabus are on my website. Check it out, have your folks check it out, then parents need to sign course procedures receipt (on back of calculator contract). Bring this back by Wednesday.

What about books?

- Tardies
- Door closes at bell. You will need to go to Tardy Station

- Digital Toys
- They are to be off and put away unless we are using them.

- Classroom decorum
- Politeness
- Preparedness
- Honesty
- See and Do!!!!
- Don’t sharpen pencils when I am speaking
- Put stuff away (chairs, lab supplies, trash)
- This is not a restaurant. NO FOOD or DRINKS
- Don’t lose your papers: one copy only
- Stay seated until I dismiss you

- Pet Peeve

- When you have been absent…….
- I expect you to check my web page and see what you have missed.

I am not your mother.

I am not your maid.

I am not your secretary.

Be responsible for you.

- Awesome lectures
- Relevant labs
- Assign homework!!!!!!!! This is so you can practice your new found skills ☺
- Website support
- Tutoring, Make Ups, Retakes:
Monday-Thursday after school

(I leave the building at 3:30)

Never Friday after School

Mornings by appointment.

- Test days are Tuesday or Thursday
- I do not offer individualized extra credit. Don’t ask. Ever.

- Show video
- AGHS Lab Safety Rap - YouTube
- Safety Review-Due Wed 9/3 BOC
- Safety Contract-On WebSite-Must sign on line
- Fire Drills and phone policy

- Work on Safety Review and Math Review
- Turn in contracts to blue sorter (file under first letter of your last name)
- Change problem 1 and 2 on Math Review to:
- 1) 18/2x3 =
- 2) 2(14-32) =

Create a report and present it to the class when called upon. I will ask you 3 questions.

What was your method for getting the measurement? This will include a diagram.

How did you maximize the precision?

What is the usefulness of your measurement for someone going to the hardware store to buy a rope the same length as the distance across the room?

- The Goal
- Measure the width of the hall as precisely as you can using “feet” as your units of measurement.
- Resources
- Strip of adding machine tape
- Your foot

- 12.9 ft which is the same as 12ft 11 in

- Accuracy is the real deal; the truth; the accepted value
- Precision has two meanings:
- How repeatable the measurements are (range)
- How small the interval of measurement is

- In the foot lab, what aspect of precision was being investigated?
- What do you think the goal is in science regarding accuracy and precision?

A

B

A

B

Turn in any forms to front desk

When there is more than one operation involved in a mathematical problem, it must be solved by using the correct order of operations .

Remember, calculators will perform operations in the order which you enter them, therefore, you will need to enter the operations in the correct order for the calculator to give you the right answer.

PLEASE EXCUSE MY DEAR AUNT SALLYor justP.E.M.D.A.S.Parentheses

ExponentsMultiplicationDivisionAdditionSubtraction

1. 18

2 x 3=

2. 2[14 – 32] =

1. 18

(2 x 3)=

18

6=3

2. 2[14 – 32] =

2[14 – 9] =

2[5] =

= 10

Work backwards to isolate a variable.

Perform order of operations backwards too

3. 6 = 18a

a =

4. F = ma

a =

5. d/t = v

t =

6. 8 =16/x

x =

7. d = 1/2at2

t =

- 0.33
- F/m
5. x/v

6. 2

7. √d/.5a

- It makes it easier to work with very large and very small numbers.

- The first part is called the coefficient (the 2.00).
- The second is called the base (x 10) and exponent (4).
- Proper scientific notation requires the coefficient to be between 1 and 9. The base is always x10. If the exponent is positive, the number is greater than 1 and the decimal is moved to the right as many times as the exponent to convert to standard form.
- If the exponent is negative, the number is less than 1 and the decimal is moved to the left as many times as the exponent to convert to standard form.
- Use the EE key – not the carot!

685,003 kg

6.85 x 105 kg

407,501,000 sec

4.08 x 108 sec

0.00621 m

6.21 x 10-3 m

0.00000000697 N

6.97 x 10-9N

FIRST:

Pick up both pages at the front desk. You will complete these in class today after some notes.

SECOND:

solve for x12/x = 36

4.35 x 106 m

4,350,000 m

2.19 x 103 N

2,190 N

2.19 x 10-3 kg

0.00219 kg

4.57 x 10-6 s

0.00000457 s

Using metric makes math easy!

1 millimeter

1 centimeter

10 or 101

100 or 102

1000 or 103

.10 or 10-1

.01 or 10-2

.001 or 10-3

10 or 101

100 or 102

1000 or 103

inch

centimeter

cm

mm

km

m

cm, mm, km or m

- GXXMXXKHD___dcmXXμXXn

- Get a calculator
- Pick up all 3 pages at front
- The short dim analysis ws is what we are working on today
- The long dim analysis ws is your review for next Thursday’s test. There will also be safety questions on the test.
- NOW: If you have 6,230 cm, how many
- Km?
- mm?
- Dm?

Look at the ladder

If you are going down the ladder you add places (ie move the decimal right)

If you are going up the ladder you subtract places (ie move the decimal left)

PROVE IT!!!!!

Used to convert between different units of measurement

This is done by multiplying by factors of 1

The real meaning of MPH- The Original- TCHappenings - YouTube

What do you have?

What do you want?

Is your answer going to be larger or smaller than the starting number?

What do you know?

Remember you must be able to cancel out all units except the one you want to end up with

Write down the number and unit that you are starting with

Find out how to arrive at your final unit by using known conversion factors

Set up your conversion factor so that the units cancel

Convert 5 m into km:

Step 1: you start with 5 m

Step 2: you need to get to km

Step 3: you know that: 1km = 1000 m

Step 4:

5 m X 1km =

1000 m

0.005m

**Always multiply every number across the top ,then multiply every number across the bottom. Finally divide the product of the top by the product of the bottom. Record number and unit.

You are an incredibly valuable employee. Your boss wants to reward you so she offers you two options. You can either work 10 days straight and receive one million dollars or you can earn a dollar per second up to one million dollars. You would like to buy an elite condo in the Bahamas that costs exactly one million dollars. Which deal will allow you to purchase the condo first? (Assume that you work every second of every day in both cases.) Your boss is in a hurry to a meeting so you only have five minutes to decide.

Which do you choose?

26280 hours

For the example

1 km = 0.621 mile

1 hr = 3600 s

ANS: 0.0425km

For #8:

0.621mile = 1km

1m = 1 x 109 nm

1 mile = 5280 ft