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Welcome Back Scientists!. December 3, 2013. Agenda: Period 2 Fill in objective and homework in agenda (2 min) Question of the Day # collegetourtuesday Dragster Review Newton’s 3 rd Law of Motion.

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welcome back scientists
Welcome Back Scientists!

December 3, 2013

Agenda: Period 2

  • Fill in objective and homework in agenda (2 min)
  • Question of the Day
  • #collegetourtuesday
  • Dragster Review
  • Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion

Objective: I will be able to describe Newton's 3rd Law of motion and be introduced to the paper rocket lab.

Homework

Action /reaction worksheet

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Objective: I will be able to describe Newton's 3rd Law of motion and be introduced to the paper rocket lab.

Homework

Action /reaction worksheet

Life Science: Answer question in a complete sentence on separate sheet of paper. Make sure to put your first name, last name, period, and date.

Complete the following statement about photosynthesis and plant growth to make it correct.

Most plant growth comes from

  • soil nutrients used during photosynthesis.
  • water used during photosynthesis.
  • the energy used during photosynthesis.
  • carbon dioxide used during in photosynthesis.
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notebook stuff 2 nd period
Notebook Stuff: 2nd Period
  • Page 55: Activity 4.2.2 Newton’s Laws/ Newton’s First Law lab worksheet
  • Page 56: Circular Motion Lab
  • Page 57: Vocab #7 Green handout
  • Page 58: Vocab #7 Review worksheet
  • Page 59: Vocab #7 Quiz
  • Page 60: Newton’s Second Law
  • Page 61: Move that Barge Worksheet
  • Page 62: Momentum Worksheet
  • Page 63: Newton’s Second Law Day 1
  • Page 64: Newton’s Second Law Day 2
notebook stuff 3 rd 6 th period
Notebook Stuff: 3rd-6th Period
  • Page 55: Newton’s First Law Notes
  • Page 56: Activity 4.2.2 Newton’s Laws/ Newton’s First Law lab worksheet
  • Page 57: Circular Motion Lab
  • Page 58: Vocab #7 Green handout
  • Page 59: Vocab #7 Review worksheet
  • Page 60: Vocab #7 Quiz
  • Page 61: Newton’s Second Law
  • Page 62: Move that Barge Worksheet
  • Page 63: Momentum Worksheet
  • Page 64: Newton’s Second Law Day 1
  • Page 65: Newton’s Second Law Day 2
newton s 3 rd law of motion
Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion

Period 2: Page 65

Periods 3-6: Page 66

third law of motion

Action: You apply a force on the wall.

Reaction: The wall applies the same force back on you.

Third Law of Motion

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

You, on roller blades, push against a wall.

Object A: You

Object B: Wall

examples of the third law of motion
Examples of the Third Law of Motion

You, on roller blades, push against a wall.

Object A: You

Object B: Wall

Your backward movement is the result of the wall pushing back against you.

examples of the third law of motion1

Reaction: The rocket moves upward

Action: Gas is pushed downward out of the rocket

Examples of the Third Law of Motion

Flaming hot gases are pushed out the bottom of a rocket.

Object B: Rocket

Object A:

Flaming hot gas

third law of motion examples
Third Law of MotionExamples

The upward movement of the rocket is the result of the gases pushing downward from the rocket.

third law of motion key points
Third Law of MotionKey Points

The third law can be used to explain how a wing produces lift and a jet engine produces thrust.

On a wing, the air is pushed downward because of the wing’s unique shape (an airfoil). In reaction, the air pushes the wing upward.

A jet engine produces hot exhaust gases which flow out the back of the engine. In reaction, a thrusting force is produced in the opposite direction.