–Ff = mu*N (where mu is the coefficient of friction)

•If you are not completely proficient with all three of these things, then you need to review on your own. Otherwise, you will be completely lost for the rest of the unit.

Question 2 from Friday’s Classwork is a great review of the kinematic equations and Fnet = ma. Friday’s classwork is attached at the end of this post.

Pre-reading question: Look at the Free Response question from the last quiz. If you don’t have it, there is a link at the end of this post. Tell at least 3 things you needed to remember to correctly answer that question.

Textbook Reading: Look at the review for sections 6-1, 6-2 and 6-3 on pages 175-176.

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Post-reading question: What is the formula for Force of Friction? Also, tell (in words) what each variable in the formula means.