Homework February 26th
Complete the laboratory calculations and answer the following questions by tomorrow.
1. What collisions show that momentum is conserved?
2. If momentum is NOT conserved, what do you think happened in that collision?
3. Is momentum perfectly conserved in each collision? Why or why not?
4. Is there a difference in how accurate your elastic collisions (1 &2) and your inelastic colllision (3) in terms of your momentum? Explain.
5. Are there more or less sources of error by using the sensors compared to you collecting data with the timers? Explain your answer in detail.
Homework February 25th
Complete the calculations of all 12 slopes from your 6 graphs in the lab we did
Homework February 12th
So much fun testing our egg drops yesterday! If you did not complete the AFTER testing written assignment in class, it is due tomorrow!
Homework February 6th
Please complete the Egg Drop written requirements for BEFORE testing by Monday! You CANNOT test without turning this assignment in first and we'll be testing Monday in class!
Homework 30 th of January
Finish the worksheet from today that goes with the video. The link to the video is below if you need it for reference!
Homework Jan 16th
Study for your midterms! Don't forget! The review sheet is also due on the day of your exam!
Homework January 14th
Midterm Review Sheet is the last assignment of term 2. This is due on your exam day as follows:
Period D- Wednesday
Period E- Thursday
Period F- Friday
Unit Test 2 on the block days January 7th or 8th. Remember that your notebook is due on that day as well as the unit test review sheet.
Test tomorrow on Dynamics (Forces)!
This is a reminder that the rest of your science project is due tomorrow!! December 19th by 2pm. This includes your abstract, project notebook, and poster board (or electronic poster). Don't let this assignment be late as your grade will decrease by 10% everyday including weekends!!
Homework December 8th
If you did not finish all parts (a, b, c and d) of Lesson 2 in class you must finish for homeowrk. Follow the directions below:
Go to physicsclassroom.com
Click on the "Physics Tutorial" on the left side
Click on "Newton's Laws"
Click on section a, b, c or d (wherever you left off in class) under LESSON 2
Final Report is due December 12th for your science projects! This is your data analysis and conclusion in one assignment.
Data and Graphs are due December 5th for your science projects!
Quiz on Thursday December 4th
Quiz on December 4th on Dynamics (Forces) You have 5 pages worth of example problems. You will be given all the equations but be sure you understand the types of forces and where they come from!!
Homework for Thanksgiving
Complete the Dynamics 4 worksheet given in class today for your homework due THIS MONDAY December 1st. If you were not in school the file is attached below in the "Files" section. Be sure to also complete the work from todays class titled dynamics 3.
Homework October 17th
Labs are due on TUESDAY October 21st.
Materials List and Procedure are due on November 7th!!
Homework October 10th
Science research papers are due Friday October 17th. Please see the attached file titled "MHS Inquiry and Design Project Packet" for a reminder about the instructions, requirements and an example paper. Be sure to model your formatting according the the example by using the same font, size, spacing and titling. Remember for everyday it is late, you will lose 10% of the possible points and this includes weekend days! Be sure it is completed on time. Enjoy your four day weekend!
Homework Sept 15th
Finish Questions #1-5 on Metric Conversions 2 Handout. Completed by tomorrow
There will be a TEST on Thursday September 18th on CONVERSIONS. You MUST have the metric prefixes memorized in order to do well on this test.
Homework Sept 9th
Laboratories must be completed by class Friday September 12th.
A quiz on metric prefixes and their values will take place on Friday September 12th. Be prepared!
Homework Sept 3rd
Redo questions # 1 through 5 from your algebra quiz today. Be sure to try these WITHOUT the use of your notes FIRST and then compare. Write down any questions that may arise while you are working to be asked tomorrow in class.
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