**Happy Friday!!!** Try these two delicious PhysicsAviary Problems.

- Linear Net Force Game (who can get the highest score!?)
- Car Acceleration

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Year: 2019

# Net Force Warm Up

# CSI Projectiles

# Intro to Video Analysis

# Motion Terminology Self Test

# Wave Power

# Wave Quiz Partner Questions.

# Mid-Course Evaluation Time

# Energy Problems Extra Credit

**Happy Friday!!!** Try these two delicious PhysicsAviary Problems.

- Linear Net Force Game (who can get the highest score!?)
- Car Acceleration

Click here to go to the lab activity for today.

You can draw your crime scene sketches and answer the questions on a piece of paper rather than typing it if you prefer.

We’ll be doing some video analysis of a rolling ball in Capstone today. Woot woot.

For the analysis of the video that you make with your partner:

- Look at the
**horizontal position vs time**graph.- What is the general shape of this graph? What does that mean?
- What is the slope of the line? What does that mean?

- Look at the
**vertical position vs time**graph.- What is the general shape of this graph? What does that mean?

- Look at the
**vertical velocity vs time**graph.- What is the slope of this graph? What does that mean?

Play the **Motion Terminology Self-Test!** You must get 10 answers correct in a row. If you get one wrong, you will have to restart the whole thing.

Ok, now try this one: **Finding Velocity from Position Graph**

Click here for the Wave Power Project

Here’s the wave energy calculator. Make sure the wave height is in meters.

Work with your partner to answer these three wave questions. Call me over when you have them done so I can mark it off on your quiz.

Click on the link below to complete the mid-course evaluation.

Try any of the following energy problems to add to your energy exam.

- Energy From an Elastic Graph
- Finding Speed From a Work Graph
- Work Done By a Force on an Angle
- Energy on a Vertical Toss (Note: g is not 9.8m/s2)
- Kinetic Energy of a Curling Stone
- Kinetic Energy of a Ball Moving in a Circle
- Energy on an Incline
- Energy on an Incline with Friction
- Energy Lost on Horizontal (Note: g is not 9.8m/s2)
- Distance Traveled when Projected By a Spring
- Spring Constant Based on Projectile (Note: g is not 9.8m/s2)
- Determining g From a Pendulum
- Energy of a Displaced Pendulum (Note: g is not 9.8m/s2)

**NOTE**: *Max grade is 100*.