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This Week In Physics!

January16

Week of 1/15/18 (tentative & subject to change)
Monday: MLK Holiday
Tuesday: Interpreting graphs Quiz; cont. Slow Roller; Braking & Stopping Distance
Wednesday: Review Quiz; Finish Braking & Stopping; Acceleration practice
Thursday: Review HW; Review making graphs; Ball Drop activity; Acceleration summary
Friday: Review acceleration; Acceleration Quiz; Discuss Free Fall

SP1. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the relationship between distance, displacement, speed, velocity, and acceleration as functions of time.
a. Plan and carry out an investigation of one-dimensional motion to calculate average and instantaneous speed and velocity.
• Analyze one-dimensional problems involving changes of direction, using algebraic signs to represent vector direction.
• Apply one-dimensional kinematic equations to situations with no acceleration, and positive, or negative constant acceleration.
b. Analyze and interpret data using created or obtained motion graphs to illustrate the relationships among position, velocity, and acceleration, as functions of time.

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