PHYSICS: …… and to continue, escape velocity. And that’s it!! Here’s our look back at the chapter.
PHYSICS: Another look at Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation…… and to continue, tides.
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PHYSICS: Wait! There’s a fourth law? Yep – Newton’s law of universal gravitation! So when you jump off of something, the Earth moves, huh?
You’ve learned little g, now you know big G! Good job setting up the formulas, also make sure you can apply the concepts.
Ready to escape? We’ll tackle the rest of the applications of this law tomorrow!
PHYSICS – Wow! Could you do this? Here’s the lecture on rotational inertia, angular velocity, and angular momentum – rotational dynamics! We’ll pick up the conservation of angular momentum tomorrow. Fun times!
By the way – I wonder how all this applies to other rotating things…like maybe the Earth? Hmmmmm……
PHYSICS: Great job on the vertical circular motion problems! Here’s the short lesson from today, then a look ahead at some of the upcoming circular motion problems. Fun times!! 🙂
HOMEWORK UPDATE: Add to the Circular Motion WS 2, these from the book – Pg. 264, 1 – 7, 10, 11.
PHYSICS: So is being unbalanced a bad thing? Here’s the lecture from Monday on unbalanced torques! Well, on circular motion. Lab on centripetal force and acceleration Wednesday. Prepare to duck!
But first – King of the Hill Competition tomorrow!!
PHYSICS: Awesome job with torque today!! So how’s the balance in your life right now? 😉
Homework UPDATE: Move Wednesday’s homework to Thursday, but make these changes. Pg. 264 – 268: 30, 33 – 35, 38, 42, 54 AND Torque II WS (Note that is Torque II worksheet)
PHYSICS: You’re doing a great job with this chapter! From today, here’s our overview of the test and a look at some of the conceptual questions and the lion in a boat problem. God bless you as you study! Be sure and PRACTICE!!
PHYSICS: Here’s a new way to study collisions! Somebody’s having way too much fun with veggies!
How are you doing with last night’s homework? Here’s our look at some of the conceptual questions and a look at setting up some of the homework.
Are you ready to crank it up a bit? Here’s a hint – check for connections between the conservation of momentum and the conservation of energy. You can do it!