Category Archives: 3.5 Fluids

Fluids Quiz Review

Mr. Melvin will be at school Sunday 1-3 pm to answer questions and help review for the quiz. PowerPoint:  FluidsQuizReview Princeton Review: Pages 131-136 (chapter 8), Try all Multiple choice and Free Response Questions. Answers to these questions are on pages … Continue reading

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Fluids 5. Bernoulli’s Equation

Pre-reading question: Turn to page 520 and look at Bernoulli’s Equation (near the bottom). How confident do you feel about using that equation? Video: Textbook reading: Tomorrow in class I’m going to work a modified version of example 15-9 on page 524. … Continue reading

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Fluids 4. Continuity and Bernoulli’s Principle

Pre-reading question: Why do you think this happens? Videos: Continuity  Bernoulli’s Principle Post-reading question: None because of long videos.

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Fluids 3. Bouyant Force

Pre-reading question: Videos: Archimedes Principle Buoyant Force examples Post-reading question: There are medical devices that use tanks of water to determine the percentage of body fat in a person. How do you think these devices work? For the correct answer, … Continue reading

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Fluids 2. Static Pressure and Pascal’s Principle

Pre-reading question: Conceptual question 3 on page 530. Videos: Static Pressure: Pascal’s Principle: Textbook reading: Walker’s section on Pascal’s Principle: pages 508-509. After reading this section, you should be able to explain what’s going on in Figure 15-7 on page 508. Post … Continue reading

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Fluids 1. Density and Pressure

Pre reading question: In the video below, why does one float and one sink? Vote in the box below. Don’t be afraid to use the “other” option if you have your own idea. Videos: Density: Pressure Post-reading question: Why does this happen? … Continue reading

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