PhysicsWeek 8 (10/29/12 to 11/2/12): Name:__________________________________________Period:_____________

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Physics

Week 8 (10/29/12 to 11/2
/12):


Name:__________________________________________Period:_____________


Instructions:
The following is your packet for the
first half of this week
. You

will
submit it on
Thursday
,
11/1
.
Do not lose it
, because it has
most

of your assignments for this week. I will be checking your
homework and bell ringers every day and giving you a stamp to indicate that you have completed it. If
you do not have a stamp you will get
partial
credit.
I will return thi
s p
acket to you on
Friday, 11/2

in
your folder for this class.
Make sure to collect it

because
you will

need it

to study for your unit exam.


In Class Assignments


Monday 10/29

Classwork:
Kinematics I

____ / 10

Tuesday 10/30

Classwork:
Kinematics II

____ / 10

Wednesday
10/31

Classwork:
Kinematics III

____ / 10

Bell Ringers (due
Thursday

11/1
)

____ / 9

Exit Tickets

(due Thursday 11/1
)

____ / 9

Classwork

Total:
____
/ 48




Homework


Homework 1:
Kinematics I

(due Tuesday, 10/30
)

____ / 10

Homework 2
: Classroom
Materials (due

ASAP
)

____ / 10

Homework 3:
Kinematics II

(due Wednesday 10/31)

____ / 10

Homework 4:

Kinematics III

(due Thursday 11/1)

____ / 10

Homework Total:
___
_ / 40




Participation


Monday 10/29

Participation:

____ / 5

Tuesday 10/30

Participation:

____ / 5

Wednesday 10/31

Participation:

____ / 5

Participation

Total:
____ / 15




Projects / Labs






Quizzes and Assessments






Extra Credit for
Tutoring

(2.5 pts. per instance)


Weekly Total:

____ / 103

Weekly Percent:

____ / 100

Weekly Grade:






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Unit 1
Week 8

Calendar



Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Date

10/29

10/30

10/31

11/1

11/2

Week 8

Bell Ringer


Obj. 1.6

&
1.7


Exit Ticket
-

Obj. 1.6

&
1.7


HW

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Percent Mastery Tracker


Objective

Percent
Mastery (Exit
Ticket)

Percent
Mastery
(Quiz)

1.6


Students will be able to determine which equation of motion to use
to solve kinematics problems.



1.7


Students will be able to rearrange the equations of motion to solve
for an
unknown variable.



1.8


Students will be able to substitute and solve for an unknown
quantity in the equations of motion.














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Homework 2



Materials List

(due

ASAP
, by 11/1 at the latest
)


SUPPLIES


Students need the following supplies ASAP
.
Please feel free to contact
me if you cannot get any of these supplies and we will work a system out
privately.



A three ring binder (at least 2 inches thick ~$1.50 @ Wal
-
Mart)



Tab Dividers ($0.98 @ Wal
-
Mart)



A Spiral Notebook for Note Taking ($.39 pe
r 100 sheets @ Wal
-
Mart)



A scientific calculator (~$10 @ Wal
-
Mart).



A Composition Notebook for Lab Writing



Pens (Blue, Black, & Green), Pencils

Stamp:




Date:



Homework Planner


Day

Homework Assignment

Monday, 10/29




Tuesday, 10/30




Wednesday, 10/31




Thursday, 11/1




Friday, 11/2






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Monday 10/29

Classwork

and Homework 1
:
Kinematic Equations I

(due
Tuesday, 10/30)


1.

Starting from rest, the Road Runner accelerates at 3 m/s
2

for ten seconds. What is the final
velocity of the Road Runner?











2.

Starting from rest, the Road Runner accelerates at 3 m/s
2

for ten seconds. How far does the
Road Runner travel during the ten second time interval?












3.

A bullet
starting from rest accelerates at 40,000 m/s
2

down a 0.5 m long barrel. What is the
velocity of the bullet as it leaves the barrel of the gun?









4.

A car traveling at 20 m/s applies its brakes and comes to a stop in four seconds. What is
the
acceleration of the car?






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5.

A car traveling at 20 m/s applies its brakes and comes to a stop in four seconds. How far
does the car travel before coming to a stop?











6.

The
USS Enterprise

accelerates from rest at 100,000 m/s
2

for a time of fo
ur seconds. How
far did the ship travel in that time?











7.

At the scene of an accident, a police officer notices that the skid marks of a car are 10 m
long. The officer knows that the typical deceleration of this car when skidding is
-
45 m/s
2
.
What can the officer estimate for the original speed of the car?










8.

A skier traveling at 5 m/s accelerates down a hill at 1 m/s
2

for three seconds. What is the
final velocity of the skier, and how far down the hill has the skier traveled in this
time?








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9.

A train decreases speed from 30 m/s to 20 m/s while traveling a distance of


250 m. What is the acceleration of the train?











10.

A car travels at 25 m/s to the north. It has an acceleration of 2 m/s
2

to the south for a
duration

of twenty seconds. What is the final velocity of the car?









11.

A car travels at 25 m/s to the north. It has an acceleration of 2 m/s
2

to the south for a
duration of twenty seconds. What is the displacement of the car?










12.

Calvin tosses
a water balloon to Hobbes. As Hobbes is about to catch it the balloon has a
speed of 1 m/s. Hobbes catches the balloon, and the balloon experiences an acceleration of
-
0.5 m/s
2

as it comes to rest. How far did Hobbes' hands move back while catching the
balloon?







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Tuesday 10/30 Classwork: Kinematic Equations II











































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Homework
3



Kinematic Equations

II

(due
Wednesday
, 10/
31
)





































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Bell
Ringer Sheet, Week of 10/29






























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Wednesday 10/31 Classwork


Kinematic Equations III





































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Homework 4


Kinematic Equations III (due Thursday, 11/1)





































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Bell Ringer

Sheet, Week of 10/29


DO NOT Write the Question, just write the answer in the space provided and show your work.

Start working immediately and when you’ve started
raise your hand silently

for a stamp.


Monday: 10/29
/12













Tuesday: 10/30
/12














Wednesday: 10/31
/12













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Exit Ticket Sheet
, Week of 10/29


DO NOT Write the Question, just write the answer in the space provided and show your work.

Start working immediately and when you’ve started
raise your hand silently

for a stamp


Monday: 10/29
/12












Tuesday: 10/30
/12













Wednesday: 10/31
/12