- Find your stick and group up.
- I am able to use Newton’s laws of motion to predict the behavior of objects.
- I am able to create graphical representations (FBDs) and algebraic representations (force summations) of the forces acting on an object.
Today: Slip n Slide Lab. Design and implement two separate experiments to determine the maximum coefficient of static friction between a shoe (or other object) and provided flooring.
- In one experiment, flooring is placed on a horizontal surface
- In the other experiment, they are placed on an inclined plane.
- After completing the experiments, students find the percent difference between the two values of the coefficient of friction obtained for each surface.
- The post-lab discussion involves brief whiteboard presentations (INCLUDING FBDs AND FORCE SUMMATIONS!).
- Groups work in pairs, with one group presenting its results while the other group asks questions. Then the groups switch roles.
- Due 11/28 Practice AP Problems (4a), submit answers in the Google Form; Practice AP Problems (4b) submit answers in this Google Form
- Complete anything listed as NHI in Powerschool!
- UNO Criss Library Privileges for DE Students! Dual Enrollment Libguide: http://libguides.unomaha.edu/dualenrollment Borrowing privileges for non-DE students: http://www.unomaha.edu/criss-library/library-services/borrowing-home/patron-types-and-privileges.php
- Syllabus and Safety Contract. Submit Google Form - parents.
- Complete this online activity (approx 15 min)