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March 3, 2013. Homework: Study for quiz tomorrow- Tuesday 3/4/14- Bring Textbook tomorrow for after the quiz Do Now: Write down your homework Take out 5 Review questions &amp; Answers Clear your desk, by putting your books in the basket underneath your chair, please!.

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March 3, 2013
• Homework: Study for quiz tomorrow- Tuesday 3/4/14- Bring Textbook tomorrow for after the quiz
• Do Now:
• Take out 5 Review questions & Answers
• One side sits, the other rotates
• You have 2 minutes to talk to each other, Person asks a question, and then person two answers: Then Switch- Now the person two starts and person one answers
• Continue this back and forth until timer dings!
• Then side one will get up and move to the next person, side two stays seated
March 5, 2014

Homework: Find two everyday examples of pressure being transmitted in a fluid and describe them in your notebook on page 85– Look at home, school, etc…

Do Now: -Write down your homework

-Update T.O.C. pg. 85: Examples of Pascal\'s Principle

-Open Notebook to page. 84, Open Textbook to pg. 90

Pascal’s Principle
• When force is applied to a confined fluid, the change in pressure is transmitted equally to all parts of the fluid.
Look at Figure 14– pg. 91
• http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/pasc4.html#c1
Discovery Activity- How does Pressure Change?---- Pg. 90
• Work in small groups and take turns!