PHYSICS: So why is the first hill of a roller coaster always the highest? Here’s the lecture from Tuesday on the conservation of energy. Great job on the concepts and problems today – let’s put it to practice tomorrow, and even this weekend on that take-home lab. (Speaking of which – do you need a bead?)
Homework tonight is changed a bit: Pg. 179 – 184: 26 – 34 AND 39 – 43; tomorrow add the rest, 46 – 49, 51 to the review worksheet.
Hey, if you were to design a roller coaster, what would it look like?!? Don’t forget to print & read the Roller Coaster Lab