# '2 objects' presentation slideshows

## Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation

Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. The force of gravity between two masses in the universe is directly proportional to the product of the masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between their centres Sounds complicated right?.

By mansour
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## Binomial Coefficient

Binomial Coefficient. Supplementary Notes. Prepared by Raymond Wong. Presented by Raymond Wong. e.g.1 (Page 4). Prove that. S 1. S 2. S 3. S 4. S 0. {1}. {1, 2, 3}. {1, 2}. {1, 3}. {2}. {1, 2, 3, 4}. {1, 2, 4}. {1, 4}. {2, 3}. {}. {3}. {1, 3, 4}. {2, 4}. {3, 4}. {4}.

By dyan
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## MATH 402 Methods of Instruction in the Mathematics Curriculum for the Elementary School (K–6)

MATH 402 Methods of Instruction in the Mathematics Curriculum for the Elementary School (K–6). Dr. Alan Zollman Mathematical Sciences NIU Teaching Effectiveness Institute January 24, 2013. Effective Strategies. Two Important Concepts.

By kamuzu
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## The Ordered Universe

The Ordered Universe. Part 3: Some Calculations. Check Prior Knowledge:. Summarize the contributions made by Galileo and Newton Distinguish between speed, velocity, and acceleration What are the three “laws of motion” Heavy objects fall faster than light ones. True? False? Depends?.

By lamar
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## 0014 Force, Mass and Motion: 1. distinguish between mass and weight of an object.

0014 Force, Mass and Motion: 1. distinguish between mass and weight of an object. Quantity of matter in an object The measurement of inertia Brick = 1kg. The gravitational force exerted on an object by the nearest, most massive body (Earth) Brick = 2.2 pounds.

By harken
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## Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation

Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. Formula and Explanation. Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. To calculate the force of gravitation F = G m 1 m 2 d 2

By treva
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## Newton ’ s Laws - continued

Newton ’ s Laws - continued. Friction, Inclined Planes, N.T.L., Law of Gravitation. TWO types of Friction. Static – Friction that keeps an object at rest and prevents it from moving Kinetic – Friction that acts during motion. Force of Friction.

By philander-steve
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## Review: Newton’s 1 st & 2 nd Laws

Review: Newton’s 1 st & 2 nd Laws. 1 st law ( Galileo’s principle of inertia )- no force is needed to keep an object moving with constant velocity 2 nd law ( law of dynamics ) – a force is needed to change the velocity (i.e., accelerate) of an object, how much:

By devin-huff
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## Similes and Metaphors

Similes and Metaphors. Brain Pop Video. A simile is a comparison between two things using “like” or “as.”. Simile. Examples. Example #1: My brother is like a monkey in a tree. Example #2: Chris popped out of his seat like a toaster strudel .

By zeus-sherman
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## Classification, Microscopy, Staining

nothing. Classification, Microscopy, Staining. Prokaryotic Classification and Identification. Traditional classification was by Gram stain cellular morphology, arrangement of cells, colony morphology, biochemical characteristics

By kiara-miranda
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## PHYSICS 231 Lecture 6: Relative motion & a monkey

PHYSICS 231 Lecture 6: Relative motion & a monkey. Remco Zegers. QUIZ (graded for extra credit). 3 quizpoints if correct 1 quizpoints if incorrect. 5*(quizpoints collected during semester). extra credit=. 0.7*3*(total number of quizzes). It’s okay to discuss with neighbor, but decide for

By cain-saunders
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## Momentum

Momentum. September 21, 2010. Momentum. Linear A vector that depends on two physical quantities: the mass and the velocity of the moving object Angular The momentum of a rotating object (not covering this yet) In all cases, momentum is CONSERVED. FORMULA : p = m Δ v.

By janna-pierce
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## Review: Newton’s 1 st & 2 nd Laws

Review: Newton’s 1 st & 2 nd Laws. 1 st law ( Galileo’s principle of inertia )- no force is needed to keep an object moving with constant velocity 2 nd law ( law of dynamics ) – a force is needed to change the velocity (i.e., accelerate) of an object, how much:

By nharper
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## Momentum & Impulse

Momentum & Impulse. Level 1 Physics. What you need to know. Essential Questions How is impulse and momentum related? How does the law of conservation of momentum apply to objects at rest? In motion?. Objectives Define and give examples of impulse and momentum

By relser
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## Review: Newton’s 1 st & 2 nd Laws

Review: Newton’s 1 st & 2 nd Laws. 1 st law ( Galileo’s principle of inertia )- no force is needed to keep an object moving with constant velocity 2 nd law ( law of dynamics ) – a force is needed to change the velocity (i.e., accelerate) of an object, how much:

By christopherallen
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## Unit 2 Section 3 Notes

Unit 2 Section 3 Notes. Motion and Force. What is Force?. A force is the cause of acceleration or change in an object’s velocity. Fundamental Forces. There are 4 fundamental forces in nature: Gravity Electromagnetic force Strong nuclear force Weak nuclear force. Fundamental Forces.

By rbanker
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## Impulse and Momentum

Impulse and Momentum. Momentum. A measure of how difficult it is to stop a moving object. Momentum. momentum= (mass)(velocity) p = mv. Momentum.

By carmand
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## The 3-Part Problem Solving Lesson -An overview to get you started

The 3-Part Problem Solving Lesson -An overview to get you started. Adapted from Ministry and Curriculum Services Documents By Emily Wagner. Teacher Role:. Student Role:. Strategies For Creating Problem Solving Questions:. Strategy A: Working Backward

By melara
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## Phys 1830: Lecture 14

Phys 1830: Lecture 14. The Vela Cloud. Today: Office Hours so come take up your test starting at 3pm. Appointment otherwise e.g. 2:45 pm Wednesday. J. English. Astroclub Wed 5:30pm Allen 330. Workshop is probably the Monday after Reading Week. Do not hand in greyscale images.