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Princeton Review Read 247-258 AND 263 Work all multiple choice and free response problems on pages 259-262. Answers are on pages 417-420. Read 265-275 AND 280 Work all multiple choice and free response problems on pages 276-279. Answers are on … Continue reading
Packet: S1 Practice Final Answer Key: S1 Practice Key
Textbook reading: You need to be able to identify and define kinetic friction, coefficient of kinetic friction, static friction and coefficient of static friction. Find these definitions in section 6-1 (pages 148-156). You DO NOT need to read all the text in these … Continue reading
Because of the long video, there is no pre or post reading question. HOWEVER, I suggest having problem 4 from today’s classwork in front of you as you watch. Since there is no pre or post reading question, use that … Continue reading
Weekend assignment: Your assignment this weekend has two parts. Together, these should take you a total of 30 minutes. First, you will solve a problem about reaction time to get you ready for a lab on Monday. You will give … Continue reading
Reading: Walker section 2-4 (start on p.26 and end at the “conceptual checkpoint” on p.27. You don’t have to do the conceptual checkpoint). Pay close attention to the definition of and units for acceleration. THEN, look at the “Constant Acceleration … Continue reading
Here’s some extra practice for what we did in class today (Tuesday, September 4). constant-motion-and-x-t-graph-practice relating-p-t-v-t-a-t-graphs
Reading: Look at the definition of average velocity on p.22 Pre-Reading question: You drive 4.00 mi at 30 mi/h and then another 4.00 mi at 50.0 mi/h. Is your average speed greater than, less than or equal to 40.00 mi/h? … Continue reading
Pre-Reading Question: What topic from the last week did you have the most trouble with? The least? Video: After reading: What’s one studying thing Mr. Melvin suggested you did or are about to go do it?