PHYSICS: Now here is a cliff it’d be fun to throw rocks off of! From Thursday morning help session – a couple of free fall problems.

PHYSICS 9-5-13 Free Fall Problems Practice from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.

PHYSICS: Now here is a cliff it’d be fun to throw rocks off of! From Thursday morning help session – a couple of free fall problems.

PHYSICS 9-5-13 Free Fall Problems Practice from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.

That graph we went over the other day was extremely bewildering — I’m still not exactly sure why when you have an acceleration of 0 m/s^2, the math says 1 m/s^2. It was extremely interesting.

Will – I’m not convinced that the math really says what you say it says! 🙂

it works now thank you and thank you for the studying advice i have already started studying and i am going to use that website you told us about in that class.

Thanks for posting this! I completely forgot about the help session.

Also, The computer lab assignment is surprisingly tricky. It’s easy to get a graph that matches very closely, but knowing the exact slope of each pillar is tricky sometimes.

So how many labs do we need to have in total by Tuesday?

I believe there are 5:

Units and measurement,

Human density,

Balcony height drop,

Reaction time $$,

And the car braking one.