## Indiana Jones Math

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Chapter 3Chapter 3Falling Objects andFalling Objects andProjectile MotionProjectile Motion Gravity influences motionin a particular way. How does a droppedobject behave??Does the objectaccelerate, or is thespeed constant??Do two objectsbehave differently ifthey have:?different masses??different shapes?

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Math 273 ? Lab 1 ? F 07 Curve Balls and Vectors Does a baseball pitch really curve or is it some sort of optical illusion? Assume the pitcher's mound is at the point (60, 0, 0) and that home plate is at the origin of our coordinate system. Suppose the pitcher throws the ball toward home plate and gives it a spin of s revolutions per second about a vertical axis through the center of the ball. This spin is described by the spin vector s where s points along the axis of revolution with length s. From aerodynamics we learn that this spin causes a difference in air pressure on the sides of the ball and results in a spin acceleration on the ball given by , where c is some empirical constant and is the velocity vector. The total acceleration of the ball is then ,

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Name ________________ Date ________ Block ___ GAC Physics Topic 5: Electric Currents Ch 17 5.1 Electric potential difference, current and resistance Electric Potential difference and Capacitance 5.1.1 Sec 1, Practice A, SR pg 601 Define electric potential difference. 5.1.2 Determine the change in potential energy when a charge moves between two points at different potentials. 5.1.4 Solve problems involving electric potential difference. 5.1.12 Sec 2, Practice B, SR pg 607 Relate capacitance to the storage of electrical potential energy in the form of separated charges. 5.1.13 Calculate the capacitance of various devices. 5.1.14 Calculate the energy stored in a capacitor. Electric Current and resistance Assessment statement Teacher?s notes 5.1.5

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4.1 Simple harmonic motion 1a. [4 marks] This question is about simple harmonic motion (SHM). The graph shows the variation with time of the acceleration of an object X undergoing simple harmonic motion (SHM). Determine the maximum displacement of X. Give your answer to an appropriate number of significant figures. Markscheme use of ; or or ; } (allow answers in the range of T = 7.8 to 8.0 (s) or = 0.785 to 0.805 (rad s)) ; (allow answers in the range of 4.0 to 4.25 (m)) two significant figures in final answer whatever the value; Award [4] for a bald correct answer. Examiners report Similarly, this was well done. Most appreciated the need to truncate the final answer to a sensible number of significant digits (two in this case). 1b. [2 marks]

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4.1 Simple harmonic motion 1a. [4 marks] This question is about simple harmonic motion (SHM). The graph shows the variation with time of the acceleration of an object X undergoing simple harmonic motion (SHM). Determine the maximum displacement of X. Give your answer to an appropriate number of significant figures. Markscheme use of ; or or ; } (allow answers in the range of T = 7.8 to 8.0 (s) or = 0.785 to 0.805 (rad s)) ; (allow answers in the range of 4.0 to 4.25 (m)) two significant figures in final answer whatever the value; Award [4] for a bald correct answer. Examiners report Similarly, this was well done. Most appreciated the need to truncate the final answer to a sensible number of significant digits (two in this case). 1b. [2 marks]

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Name:__________________________________________ Date: _________________________ Pd: __________ Honors Physics Mr. Roberts 2D Kinematics Test Review Conceptual Questions A bullet fired from a rifle begins to fall As soon as it leaves the barrel After air resistance reduces its speed Not at all if air resistance is ignored One ball is dropped vertically from a window. At the same instant, a second ball is thrown horizontally from the same window. Which ball has the greater speed at ground level? The dropped ball The thrown ball Neither ? they both have the same speed on impact It depends on how hard the ball is thrown

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Chapter 18 Electric Forces and Electric Fields 18.1 The Origin of Electricity The electrical nature of matter is inherent in atomic structure. coulombs 18.1 The Origin of Electricity In nature, atoms are normally found with equal numbers of protons and electrons, so they are electrically neutral. By adding or removing electrons from matter it will acquire a net electric charge with magnitude equal to e times the number of electrons added or removed, N. 18.1 The Origin of Electricity Example 1 A Lot of Electrons How many electrons are there in one coulomb of negative charge? 18.2 Charged Objects and the Electric Force It is possible to transfer electric charge from one object to another. The body that loses electrons has an excess of positive charge, while

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Name:__________________________________________ Date: _________________________ Pd: __________ Honors Physics Mr. Roberts 2D Kinematics Test Review Conceptual Questions A bullet fired from a rifle begins to fall As soon as it leaves the barrel After air resistance reduces its speed Not at all if air resistance is ignored One ball is dropped vertically from a window. At the same instant, a second ball is thrown horizontally from the same window. Which ball has the greater speed at ground level? The dropped ball The thrown ball Neither ? they both have the same speed on impact It depends on how hard the ball is thrown

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Topic 3 ? Thermal physics Formative Assessment PROBLEM SET NAME: ________________________________ TEAM:__ THIS IS A PRACTICE ASSESSMENT. Show formulas, substitutions, answers, and units! Topic 3.1 ? Thermal concepts [ NGSS Supplement to Topic 3.1 begins at problem 51... ] The following questions are about internal energy. 1. What are the two forms of internal energy? 2. Suppose a liquid?s starting temperature is 20(C and its ending temperature is 35(C. Explain what happens to each form of internal energy. 3. How can you tell if the internal potential energy of a substance has changed? 4. How can you tell if the internal kinetic energy of a substance has changed? The following questions are about temperature scales.

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