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##### Day 9

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1. Day 9 • What we will do today…

2. Starter: Word Problem • Directions: Using the word problem, identify what you know and what you will solve. What is the speed of a plane that traveled 3,000 miles from New York to California in 5.0 hours?

3. Practice Problems: Speed • Directions: Using the word problems, identify what you know, what you are solving for, the formula, and calculate the answer. 1. A frog jumped 2.5 kilometer in 1 hour, then jumped 5 kilometer in 2 hours, it rested for 1 hour, and then jumped 5 kilometer in 2 hours. What was the frog’s average speed?

4. 2. Mark takes a 45 minute bike ride through the canyon a total of 4 kilometers. What is his speed?

5. A bug crawls 2 meters at a constant speed of 100 meters/second. How long will it take the bug to crawl?

6. 4. A bird flies 100 meters/second in 50 seconds. How far will the birds travel?

7. 5. Carlos lives 100 m away from his friend’s home. He travels an average speed of 500 meters/second to his friends home. How long will it take Carlos to get to his friends house?

8. Speed: Individual Group KWFL • Directions: On a poster paper, complete your KWFL using the word problems your teacher gives you. • Steps • Half you poster paper into two sections. • Draw the KWFL chart on the top half. • Draw the KWFL chart on the bottom half. • Fill in the KWFL for each word problem your teacher gave you.

9. T-Chart: Speed vs. Velocity • Draw the following T-chart. Speed Velocity

10. Classify as velocity or speed 1. 2 m/s north • 3 km/hr • 8 cm/s • 300 m/s north • 8,000 km/ hr south • 4.5 miles/hours • 3,000 meters/second

11. Practice Problem: Velocity Directions: Identify what you know, the formula, and calculate the velocity. 1. What is the average velocity of a car that traveled a distance of 50 km north in 2 hrs?

12. What is the velocity of jet that traveled 25,000 miles east from New York to Milan, Italy in 12 hours? 3. How long will it take a dump truck with a 5,000 ton load traveling 2,000 km east with a constant velocity of 10,000 km/hr?

13. Exit Slip • Create the following table Distance Time Speed Velocity

14. Exit Slip • Classify the following terms under the correct concept on your table. 1200 km/hr 3s 4m 2 cm/s east 8hr 4.0 m/s 0.10 km/hr north 3.4 cm/s 2hr 10.9 m/s south 10,000 km/s 4,000 m/s 12 cm 14 m 200 km 3,300.5 m/s 1.0 m/h 5.6 km/s west