Try these delicious PhysicsAviaries with your partner. Call me over when you get the right answer. Make sure to check your units!
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Happy Pi Day!!!
Today you will complete a tutorial on the basics of programming in Python. Each lesson module below has information on Python syntax and grammar with some interactive activities built in.
Writing Your First(!) Program
After you complete those four short lessons you should be able to complete the code to write a short program that will solve the Sizzle and Slice problem.
An Atwood Machine is basically two masses hanging over a pulley. Did anyone do less to invent a “machine” than George Atwood?
Today you’ll be using a Gizmo to explore the workings of the wonderous Atwood machine.
Click here to log into Gizmos. You’ll need to use the username and password on the paper at the front of the room.
You can work with a partner to complete this activity. Just a reminder for many of you in CP Physics – a partner means ONE other person, not 9 people “working” together.
What’s going on with these cherries?
Try this Free Body Diagram Interactive.