12 thoughts on “Physics 2-5-20 Vertical Circular Motion

  1. This week I would myself as a 4/5. I have enjoyed myself in class. Even though my car I discovered was to light, I still had fun making it and figuring out the little kinks. (If you’re reading this and have to build a car, add weight to your car.) Besides a good morale for class, I finished everything due in time. I’m still working on figuring out these new problems, but, overall, this week was a success.

  2. This week was a 5/5. I had a short week due to my sickness, and I was thankful for it. The rest was AMAZING, and I was barely set back with my makeup work. My physics car went ok, and it looks pretty sick, so I’m cool with it. I am still trying to grip this chapter, but I am starting to enjoy every dat I have left here more.

  3. This week was a 3.7/5. My car was definitely not the best, but I had fun making it and was proud of my work. I am grasping the concepts better and better every day!! I still am struggling with procrastination, sadly.

  4. This week I would rate myself a 4/5. I had a blast making and competing with my car on Tuesday. The competition was by far the most enjoyable day in physics. However, Dan and I really struggled on that centripetal lab. I guess our short arms weren’t made for that. I also had a short week due to a swim meet so I got to catch up on all my work.

  5. This week I would rate myself a 4/5. I did my homework early and I did not wait until the last minute. I also gave it my all during our in class activities. It was a very fun week, and I just need to make sure I keep up my studies for next week. I can also memorize the formulas because I keep looking back at my notes.

  6. This week I rate myself a 4/5. I did not procrastinate building my car and finished it on Friday. I enjoyed having the car battles; they were very fun. This chapter had seemed to be one of the simpler ones, and I feel like it understand it pretty well. I have had very little homework this week, and I am finally learning to learn to not be stressed about school, and it feels great. I had fun in class today: it went by very fast. I look forward to learning about the law of gravitation.

  7. To be honest this has been one of my best weeks. Not only did my car win, but I also did the homework pretty well (and in time… ish) I understand the concepts but the problems kind of confuse me but I think it’s just the wording of them not the actual working them out so I’m excited to continue to have good weeks!

  8. This week was a 4/5. I think i can do well on the test on the test with a little practice. KOH could have been better, but I did my best.

  9. This week has been a 3/5 for me. The car project has me exhausted. I’m exhausted with school period. I need to keep on moving, but I find it harder to carry on every day. Everything is wearing me out. I’ll try to pick myself back up this weekend. That upcoming test – it scares me.

  10. This week was a 3/5 of me. I did well in the car competition and it was really fun! But I didnt really understand the homework so I have a lot of work to do before the test next thursday.

  11. This week was a 4/5. I did a lot better than I thought in the car competition and I’m getting the hang of circular motion!! Just a few homework re-dos to work on but overall I’d say this week was pretty good.

  12. This week I rate myself a 0/5.
    Harsh. I know.
    I didn’t come to class most of the days, and when I did I had no idea what was going on. I couldn’t figure out the challenge without help, and I still have yet to make my car work properly. I couldn’t even remember to do this webpost on time.
    It’s times like these I wish I hadn’t set the bar so high in kindergarten when I was reading third grade level books and making my mom expect great things from me. I literally did not ask to be born and now I have to go to school eight hours a day and on top of that take really hard classes that I’m clearly not cut out for. What if I had wanted to be a beetle, hm? Then I could get eaten by a bird like a normal bug.

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