Student Feedback Form Finals Preparatory: QUIZ: Thermal Concepts(3.1), Monday Dec 4 (20 points) QUIZ: Circular Motion- Gravitation, (30 Points) Thursday Nov 23. Kermess Volunteer Bonus Points TEST: Work, Energy, Power, Momentum & Impulse (2.3 & 2.4), Monday Oct 30. TEST: Forces, Friction & Inclined Planes. Thursday Sept 14. ~ 35 points

12-6. QUIZ.

12-4. Thermal Problems 2012 (MS). IB Problems (N04, M05, N05, M07, N07, N09, M10, N10, M11[all], N11)

11-30. ALS Challenge: Mass of water = 20 kg, mass ice = 2 kg, initial temperature of water = 12 C, initial temperature of ice = -3 C.

Thermal Organized Notes: PG 3: 4, 5; PG 4: 1, 2; PG 7: 1, 2.

11-28. Thermal Properties. PG 171: 2-4, 6-11, 13, 14.

11-23. QUIZ.

State ONE more experiment you could do involving Circular Motion or Gravitation. Provide the Research Question, the IV and DV. Add this to the document you already created in the shared folder: 2019 IA Ideas SL. Remember, the title of the document is ... NAME: IA Ideas.

11-21. Work Day. Finish Lab & Prepare for Quiz.

11-17. Estimate G Lab: PhET simulation. Develop your own method for determining the gravitational constant G in the formula for gravity using the simulation, logger pro, scatter plot, linear graph, etc. Submit in turnitin.com .

Mars Rover Launch, Landing.

11-15. Work Day.

11-13. Gravitation PG131: 1 - 8.

## M11/1A5 Circ Motion ... this will be collected.

11-2. Uniform Circular Motion. pg 124: 2, 3, 5 -10, 13, 15, 16.

10-30. TEST.

State TWO more experiment you could do involving Energy, Momentum, Forces, Friction. Provide the Research Question, the IV and DV. Add this to the document you already created in the shared folder: 2019 IA Ideas SL. Remember, the title of the document is ... NAME: IA Ideas.

10-25. Test Preparation.
10-23. Power and Efficiency. PG 113: 15-18, 20, 22, 23.

10-18. Do the following problems ... skip all that involve Power and Efficiency (next class we'll learn this):

10-12. Carryout your experiment. Requirements for lab report(parts 1-6 due on Wed Oct 18):

1. Background Information
2. Research Question
3. IV, DV, Controls
4. Procedure description (step by step numbered list not desired), be sure to include how you collected the data, the DV. It is helpful to show a screenshot of the loggerpro graph to bring clarity to your explanation.
5. Data Table(s)
6. Graphs
7. Analysis
8. Evaluation

Friction Lab Reflection. Take the necessary time to review the comments made on your report. Then provide a list (with explanation) of things you learned so that you do not make the same mistake twice. Submit document in turnitin.com. Due by end of day on Friday.

10-10. Research Question: For a cart colliding with a support/wall, what is the relationship between the thickness of foam on the support/wall and the maximum force exerted on the cart?

Carryout an experiment to determine the relationship.

HW: M09/2/B1 - Dynamics & Energy - ans. ... this WILL be checked. Come during flex or lunch if you need support.

10-5. Springs PG 113: 7, 8, 12, 14, 24-27, 34, 35. Khan Academy support for this work. [Conservation of Energy, Potential Energy stored in a spring]
10-3. Work and Energy. PG 112: 4 - 6, 9 - 11, 14.

9-29. Work Day. Write-Solve problem ... due at due on Friday, Sept 29 at 3:30 PM. Submit in Haiku.

IB Problem on Haiku: Water Tank Momentum.

9-27. IB Problem on Haiku: M13 Momentum Rocket.

Work on Write-Solve problem ... due at due on Friday, Sept 29 at 3:30 PM.

9-25. Momentum. PG 95: 1-4, 6, 7, 12, 18.

In groups of two: write and solve your own Momentum/Force/Motion Problem. Assessed on Level of Difficulty, Clarity, Correctness, Ingenuity. Due Friday.

9-14. TEST.

9-12. IB Problems: Force and Dynamic. (M07 Friction, N03 Elevator Lift, N01 Sliding Friction, N01 Pulley).

Haiku Mechanics: [N11 - Train, M07 Incline Plane Tension]

9-8. More Newton Problems for reinforcement (extra credit opportunity ... due Wednesday).

LAB DUE Tuesday Sept 12. Assessed on Data Collection & Processing. Turnitin.com. ID: 15789874 password: Jackson.

1. Raw Data Table
2. Processed Data Table (averages)
3. Scatter Plot with error bars, min-max lines
4. Coefficient of Friction with ±.

9-6. Coefficient of Friction Lab. Each person should have a scatter plot, error bars, line of best fit, min-max lines and the coefficient of friction with ±.

More practice: .

9-4. Coefficients of Friction. Giancoli Pg 104: 35-49 odd, 53. Mechanics Paper 1 Review [1, 3, 12, 13]. (MS)

Solutions: 35) 59N, 0; 39) 39degrees; 41) 7; 43) 2.3 m; 45)b 38m, c 230m; 47) 0.32; 49)a 3.4, b 7.8; 53)101N; 0.718.

8-31. Newton's Laws. PG 84: 2-5, 11, 13, 15-17, 20, 23, 24.
8-29. QUIZ. Newton's Laws. PG 84: 2-4, 15, 20, 23.

8-25. Projectile Work. Paper 2 IB Projectile Motion Problems (N00, N04, M05, M08, M10, M12).

Paper 1 IB Motion Review Problems

8-22. Projectile Challenge. HL IB problems: (Do # 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10) (MS).
8-18. Projectiles(2-D motion). 2.10. PG 139: 3-7, 10-13.

8-16. QUEST.

Projectiles(2-D motion). 2.10. PG 139: 3, 4, 5.

State 1 possible Experiment you could do involving kinematics. Provide the Research Question, the IV and DV. Drop in the following shared folder: 2019 IA Ideas SL. Title documentlike this ... NAME: IA Ideas. Due on Friday.

8-11. Kinematics Review.

8-9. Graphing QUIZ.

Graphing challenges. Draw 3 graphs and challenge classmates to solve them.

Kinematics P1 (MS). skip #2 and #9.

8-7. Propogating Uncertainties. Measurement ... Video Guide (6:47 mark).

Air resistance. Physics of Sky-diving. 1-D review Problems (MS).

More practice.

Use the following data table, and the graphing techniques you learned in class, to estimate acceleration (with ± ).

 displacement (m) ± 0.2 time (s) ± 0.08 1.0 1.00 1.5 1.20 2.0 1.38 2.5 1.61 3.0 1.71 3.5 1.89
8-3. D, V, A graphs. Nov 06 IB Problem on Haiku.

Sample Data set. Ball released on a ramp, u = 0. Use data to estimate the acceleration with uncertainty. You must linearize the data and use the slope to find the acceleration. Then use the min and max lines to determine the uncertainty. Solution: Final Graph a = 5 ± 3 m/s^2

 displacement (m) ± 0.08 final velocity (m/s) ± 0.3 0.50 2.2 1.00 3.1 1.50 3.9 2.00 4.5 2.50 4.9
8-1. More Kinematics. Tsokos Textbook. Sec 2.2, PG 57: 10-16 even, 19-27 all.

Motion Check Exit Card, must complete to leave class.

7-28. Check out the expectations for Data Collection and Processing, IB Rubric.

Find acceleration from the slope of the linearized data with the uncertainty determined from the min and max lines.

7-26. Acceleration Investigation. For next class have: an organized data table and a scatter plot of data. Video: Logger Pro Error bars, min-max lines. We'll build on that next class.

Kinematics Problem Set: Tsokos Textbook. Sec 2.2, PG 57: 1-11 odd. Don't forget the Profile Card.

Organized Notes: Measurement.

7-24.  Class orientation. IB Kinematics IB Problems.

 IB InThinking. Login HERE. IB Study Guide by Oxford (Kirk) IB Lab rubric: Detailed, General Uncertainties: Trig and Logs Course Outline: the nuts and bolts of the class. IB Subject Guide: this document provides a thorough overview of the course. Turnitin.com. ID: 15789874 password: Jackson Engineering Guy HS Science Website Explore Learning. Enroll in our class: Guide Physics Classroom excellent explanations of all topics. Brightstorm Math and science tutorials Khan Academy Math and science tutorials Sixty Symbols: Physics-Astronomy talks. Simulations for Physics. email: ksupplee@student.nido.cl password: newton Tsokos Textbook ... Solutions Physics InThinking IB Physics website. Periodic Table with Half-life's

 Organized Notes Measurement Waves (core) Waves (option)