PHYSICS: How do you feel about the torque problems? Here’s the review of concepts and problems from class today.
PHYSICS: Awesome job with torque today!! So how’s the balance in your life right now? 😉
Homework UPDATE: For Monday night (tonight): Pg. 264 – 268: 30, 33 – 35, 38, 42, 54
PHYSICS: Here’s our overview of the test and short review of from today of some of the momentum concepts. Below that is the help session from this morning – #47, the billiard balls, and #12 from the worksheet – the lion in the boat.
God bless you as you study for your test. I’ll be praying for you!
Help Session from Tuesday morning:
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PHYSICS: Great job with some of the more advanced momentum and energy problems! Here’s a look at the student in the middle of a frozen pond, bird on the wire, and car crash with coefficient of friction.
Ready for the test? Take a look at some of the concepts tonight!
PHYSICS: Great job on the problems so far!! Here’s our look how kinetic and potential energy get involved – dart in the block of wood and the bird on the swing. This cute little bird isn’t on a swing, but he is one I came beak to nose with on a mission trip to Costa Rica!
What about even more practical applications? Hmmmm…..
PHYSICS: Collisions – they’re all around us and they all obey the law of conservation of momentum. Great job with the conceptual review and setting up the problems! Be sure and check for connections between the conservation of momentum and the conservation of energy. 🙂
Speaking of conceptual topics, how are you doing with understanding the relationship between force and time? Let’s see if you can put it to practice tomorrow!
PHYSICS: Great job playing with the law of conservation of momentum! Thank you Ashlyn, Sammy, Danny and Galin! Now go play with the problems! 🙂
PHYSICS: Great intro to impulses and momentum with the mallet ball races today! Wait – so that’s also why you need good running shoes?! Here’s our discussion from today on the intro to momentum and the impulse-momentum theorem. Did you understand the relationship between force and time? Wonder if you could put it to practice?
Have you looked at the syllabus? It may be really important – especially as pertains to future endeavors! 😉
Happy New Year!! Aren’t you glad that God gives us a chance to start all over again?
We are going to have an awesome 2nd semester!! I’m praying that God will use this semester to help get you ready for the incredibly wonderful things in has for you in the future!! And more than that, I pray that this year you’ll grow more than any other in your walk with our Lord Jesus. I pray that you’ll be determined to follow Him, no matter if you have to walk by yourself.
I can promise you – Jesus will never forsake you!
Happy New Year!!
“And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee: for thou, LORD, hast not forsaken them that seek thee.” Psalm 9:10
….”I have decided to follow Jesus. No turning back, no turning back. Though none go with me, I still will follow. No turning back, no turning back.” John Clark