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PHYSICS: So why is the first hill of a roller coaster always the highest? Here’s the lecture from Tuesday on potential energy and the conservation of energy. Thanks for trusting me, Arthur!
I think I will like PE and KE better than last chapter
i am having a lot of difficulty with these problems
I hope that I didn’t miss much today…I’m still reviewing the notes from last week…
I hope the video from today gets uploaded soon. If at all possible, I was trying not to miss physics because of the blood drive, but, of course, I did.
these homework problems are very difficult! i just have a hard time choosing which formula to use.
i do NOT get the new problems!
Ms. Skinner, I am excited but worried about the rollercoaster lab because it looks fun but we only have one class.
i hope that we will have another night to work on the problems from last night. they were difficult!
i really enjoyed creating a roller coaster it was a good break form all the hard problems
The roller coaster lab was a lot of fun today! I am glad we don’t have any problems tonight.
I loved the roller coaster lab! Thanks for letting us do that, Ms. Skinner!
the roller coaster lab was very fun. i’m glad we’re workin some problems tomorrow
I really liked the rollercoaster lab! I only got half of the problems last night, but I’m glad we are going to practice them some more.
The lab today was really fun and hopefully we can go over the problems from last night tomorrow in class.
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