Mr. Wayne's Daily Physics Class Assignment/Homework Chart

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Honors

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Honors

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AP Physics

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Planning Duty

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AP Physics

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Planning/Duty


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Honors

Updated: August 22, 2006

August 25, Wednesday
Today introduced the class.
Passed out the safety contract
Passed out the syllabus
Passed the worksheets for this class.
HOMEWORK:
Have your parents read and sign the syllabus.
Have your parents fill out the online survey on the last page of the syllabus.
Tell your parents that there will be a meeting next Tuesday at 7:00 PM in the media center to explain the role of the netbook in my class and to answer any questions.

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AP Physics

Updated: August 22, 2006

August 25, Wednesday
Today introduced the class.
Passed out the safety contract
Passed out the syllabus
Passed the worksheets for this unit on kinematics. This unit is a review. It is quick but not short.
Notes can be found here:
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/kinematics/review/home.html
If you want to look at some more examples or try a few problems on your own look here. http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/kinematics/WS%20Answers/index.html
Video explanations on how to solve the "race" problems are here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kinemat/videos/04.html you will need QuickTime
Video explanations on how to solve the segmented style problem http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kinemat/videos/05.html
Notes specifically on the segmented problem are here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/kinematics/SegmentedProblem/index.html
Notes on the "race" styled problem are here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/kinematics/RaceProblem/index.html


HOMEWORK:
Have your parents read and sign the syllabus.
Have your parents fill out the online survey on the last page of the syllabus.
Tell your parents that there will be a meeting next Tuesday at 7:00 PM in the media center to explain the role of the netbook in my class and to answer any questions.
Do the three problems on the worksheet. Look at the notes for help.

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AP Physics

Updated: August 23, 2006

August 25, Wednesday
Today introduced the class.
Passed out the safety contract
Passed out the syllabus
Passed the worksheets for this unit on kinematics. This unit is a review. It is quick but not short.
Notes can be found here:
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/kinematics/review/home.html
If you want to look at some more examples or try a few problems on your own look here. http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/kinematics/WS%20Answers/index.html
Video explanations on how to solve the "race" problems are here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kinemat/videos/04.html you will need QuickTime
Video explanations on how to solve the segmented style problem http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kinemat/videos/05.html
Notes specifically on the segmented problem are here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/kinematics/SegmentedProblem/index.html
Notes on the "race" styled problem are here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/kinematics/RaceProblem/index.html


HOMEWORK:
Have your parents read and sign the syllabus.
Have your parents fill out the online survey on the last page of the syllabus.
Tell your parents that there will be a meeting next Tuesday at 7:00 PM in the media center to explain the role of the netbook in my class and to answer any questions.
Do the three problems on the worksheet. Look at the notes for help.

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Honors

Updated: August 22, 2006

May 27, Friday
Finished the circuit activity.
Went over the circuit activity's answers
Looked at how to add resistors in series
Looked at how to add resistors in parallel
Identified resistors in series or in parallel when found in a compound circuit.
Notes are online here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/circuit/notes/01/home.html We covered the first 26 slides.

HOMEWORK:
On this page, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/circuit/Parallel-Series list the resistors in series or parallel.
In a new workbook file stored in My Documents/pdf resources/Wayne is a pdf file called, "Physics_Student_Workbook_Wayne_192-209.pdf" the problems are here. If you are having difficulty finding the file on your netbooks you can download it here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/workbook2009/Physics_Student_Workbook_Wayne_192-209.pdf
On page 193 (look at the bottom of the pages for the numbers. It is the actual 2nd page in the file) do problems 4-7
On page 194 (look at the bottom of the pages for the numbers. It is the actual 2nd page in the file) do problems 9-12

May 18, Tuesday
Finished electricity basics.
On Wednesday we go go over the homework assignment and begin the next unit.
Bring your netbooks, chargers and SD cards to class on Wed.
HOMEWORK:
In the workbook
page 180 problems 19-23 and 27
page 185 problems 50-55
page 189 problems 76-81
Read page 5 at http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Elec_Ohm/reading/index05.html
Do questions 25-29 at http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Elec_Ohm/reading/questions/index.html
TEST ON MONDAY

May 14, Friday
Did more with basic electricity
HOMEWORK:
Starting on page 179 in the physics workbook do problems 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 16, 17, and 18
Reading will be posted over the weekend.
Read page 1 through 4 starting at http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Elec_Ohm/reading/index.html
Do questions 1-24 at http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Elec_Ohm/reading/questions/index.html

May 4, Tuesday
Finished Coulomb's Law.
Began current electricity.
Began the Ohms Law activity shared with you on Google Apps.
Answers to last nights homework can be found here,
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/ans2
HOMEWORK:
Quiz on Coulomb's Law next class.
Finish the activity started in class on Google Apps and ExploreLearning.

April 30, Friday
Explained the basics for Coulomb's Law.
Test next Thursday on Coulomb's Law
HOMEWORK:
On page 177 of the workbook do problems 6, 7, and 9

April 28, Wednesday
Took the test on electrostatics.
HOMEWORK:
Read
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/coulomb/reading/index01.html We will not be doing problems with three charges in a triangle like shape.
Do Questions
1-9 on http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/coulomb/reading/questions/index.html

April 22
Began to apply the math
The reading and its questions will cover the bulk of the applications of the formulas.
Notes are here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/Presentations/03/home.html
When the online notes begin to talk about using ratios stop. Don't read any further.
HOMEWORK:
In the pdf workbook on your netbook or here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/workbook2009/index.html .
Do problems 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 40, 42, 44 on page 160 of the workbook

April 20
Lightning, and began e-fields and demos, demos, demos!
HOMEWORK:
Expect a question of the day on what we have done so far.

April 16
Today we cover the ways to charge, ben Franklin's experiment and demos, demos, demos!
HOMEWORK:
Read web pages 7-8
Page 5 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/index04.html
Page 6 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/index05.html
Page 7 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/index06.html
Page 8 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/index07.html
On the questions page ( http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/questions/index.html ) do questions 35-41

April 14
Today we cover the ways to charge, ben Franklin's experiment and demos, demos, demos!
HOMEWORK:
Read web pages 5-7
Page 2 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/index04.html
Page 3 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/index05.html
Page 4 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/index06.html
On the questions page ( http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/questions/index.html ) do questions 15-34

April 12
Welcome back from spring break
Finished the impulse and momentum lab.
Handed back the impulse and momentum test.
The mastery assignment is due Wednesday and the test is Friday during 8th period.
We then began the next unit on electrostatics.
HOMEWORK:
Read web pages 2-4
Page 2 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/index01.html
Page 3 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/index02.html
Page 4 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/index03.html
On the questions page ( http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/electro/reading/questions/index.html ) do questions 1-15

Mar 26, Friday
Finished discussing collisions and recoil
ENERGY Mastery assignment is Due Monday. You can take the mastery test Tuesday or Thursday. I'll give bonus points for taking it on Tuesday instead of Thursday!
Today we finished the content of momentum and impulse
HOMEWORK:
from http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/impulse/ImpulseGraph.pdf (Which you may have all ready downloaded in class.) do
Page 1 problems c, d, e, f, g, h, k
Page 2 problems a and b
Page 3 problems 37, 38, and 39

Mar 24, Wednesday
Finished discussing collisions and recoil
ENERGY Mastery assignment is Due Monday. You can take the mastery test Tuesday or Thursday. I'll give bonus points for taking it on Tuesday instead of Thursday!
HOMEWORK:
Do the PreLab at http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/impulse/prelab/Dynamics_Track_Sim_PreLab.pdf
The simulation is located at http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/teacher/Impulse/SimFriction
Also from the workbook on page 152 #38, 44
page 146-147 #11-15 Use what you know about impulse and the fact that impulse to start equals the negative impulse to stop.

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Mar 18, Thursday
Took the test on mechanical energy.
HOMEWORK:
Read page 1 to 3 beginning at http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/impulse/reading
and answer questions 1-6 on in the questions section here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/impulse/reading/questions

Mar 12, Friday
Reviewed energy relationships. Began Impulse and momentum.
HOMEWORK:
There was supposed to be a test next class. However, due to the SOL testing, the test is postponed to Thursday.

Mar 10, Wednesday
Worked on graphs and work. Notes are online in the energy section.
HOMEWORK:
pg 119 of the workbook do problems 100-103 and 119
pg 128 (The Work Coster) of the workbook do problems 168, 169, 172, 177
On http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/energy/extra do problems E1, E2, and E3

Mar 8, Monday
Worked on graphs and work and introduced Power. Notes are online in the energy section.
HOMEWORK:
pg 121 of the workbook do problems 115-118
On http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/energy/thejerk do problems 182-186
Don't forget, you may need to use kinematics to find time if it is not given.

Mar 04, Thursday
Added work to the energy conservation lawHOMEWORK:
From the energy unit around page 124 do problems 133, 138, 146, and 164.

Mar 02, Monday
Applied the concept of work to Conservation of energy lawsHOMEWORK:
From the physics workbook do problems 104, 106,107, 108, 120, 124 and 128 starting on page 119 and going to page 122.

Feb 26, Friday
Applied conservation of energy without work
HOMEWORK:
From the physics workbook do problems 27, 28, 29, and 32-37 starting on page 110 and 97, 98, 99 on page 118.

Feb 22, Wednesday
Covered work and potential energy
HOMEWORK:
From the physics workbook do problems 78, 79, 91 and 92 on page 116 and 97, 98, 99 on page 188.
Read Pages 5 through 9 starting here, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/energy/reading/index03.html
Answer the questions 13 through 23 here, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/energy/reading/questions

Feb. 23, Tuesday
More capacitor stuffHOMEWORK:
page 526 problems 33, 40, 43, 44, 48,49 and 49. You will need V=Ed. voltage equals Electric field times displacement

Feb 22, Wednesday
Covered work and potential energy
HOMEWORK:
Read Pages 5 through 9 starting here, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/energy/reading/index03.html
Answer the questions 13 through 23 here, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/energy/reading/questions

Feb 22, Monday
Took Quia quiz on Kepler and Newton
Took Math Pre Test on Quiz
Did the energy activity http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/energy/coasterANDenergy2.swf and http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/energy/coasteractivity/energyactivity.pdf The answer sheet is at the bottom of the activity's questions. Finish for homework if you did not finish it in class.
HOMEWORK:
Ready Page 1 through 4 starting here, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/energy/reading
Answer the questions 1 through 12 here, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/energy/reading/questions

Monday, Feb. 15
Showed science course choices for next year.
Passed out science honor society forms.
Science honor society due date has been moved to the 26th.
Circular motion mastery assignment is due TOMORROW.
Circular motion mastery test is Monday.
We went over all the snow day assignments.
Quiz next class on these points:
1) Know Kepler's laws by number.
2) Apply Kepler's 3rd law
3) Use Universal gravity to numerically solve simple problems
4) Use the concept of the inverse square law to solve problems
5) Review your readings
Began the unit on energy. This assignment can be worked on next class, during class
HOMEWORK:
Study for the quiz.

This is if we miss school on Feb 10 Wednesday (Snow Day Assignment)
Recap snow day assignments so far...
You've learned about Kepler's 3 laws of planetary motion.
You have seen how to apply Kepler's 3rd law.
You have read about gravity (Newton, and Cavendish to Einstein)
You have used Newton's law of universal gravity to calculate some basic forces.
Final step is to look at what is means to be an an inverse square law.
When we meet again we will go over the assigned problems and do a few more in class. Then it will be quiz time.
HOMEWORK:
Watch the video linked below about the nature of inverse square laws.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHf9NKeXUUI
Do the problems on the web at http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/inversesquare

Feb. 8 Monday (Snow Day) Assignment 1
From your readings you should be able to apply Newton’s Law of universal gravity to basic word problems. From you pdf workbook, do problems 1,2 and 3 on page 96. Note the table of givens at the top of the page.
Class notes are also online under the “orbital mechanics” section.

Assignment 2
You should watch these two YouTube videos (These are updated videos -with sound!)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9omvz6LXYT8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJz30D3JBxc
from page 97 of the pdf workbook , do problems 14, 17, and 18.
Class notes are also online under the “orbital mechanics” section.

Feb. 03 Wednesday SNOWDAY ASSIGNMENT #2 HOMEWORK: Read: http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/reading/further
Answer these related questions: http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/reading/further/questions
This reading is longer than the previous reading. It includes two activities. You are NOT required to do the activities.

Feb. 01, Monday. SNOWDAY ASSIGNMENT
Read http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/reading
Do the questions on http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/reading/questions
HOMEWORK:
Read http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/reading
Do the questions on http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/reading/questions

Jan. 27, Thursday.
Ping Pong Wrangler money is due the next red day we have school.
Test today on uniform circular motion
Mastery for the test consists of two smaller assignments. BOTH need to be completed and turned in by February 5th. They can be located at these two links.
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/circular/mastery
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/freebodies/mastery
HOMEWORK:
Do the activity on http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/gravity/handout.html and answer question 1 – 11 on this page.
If we miss school on Monday, there will be a snow day assignment posted here. I will send out emails and face book notifications. You can join my facebook group to get these notifications. On facebook search for "mrwayensclass."

Jan. 26, Monday.
Test next class on free body diagrams and uniform circular motion.
The first part of the test will be formula quiz on the circular motion formulas. THe second part will consist of one or two problems to solve. The third part will multiple choice on Quia.
HOMEWORK:
Study for the test. There are sections on the honors resources page for circular motion http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/circular/home.html and free body diagrams http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/freebodies

Jan. 22, Thursday.
Ping Pong Wrangler and Wicked Water Rocket Contest updates
Turn in Yellow Light Letter -if you didn't
Work on Circular Motion Activity in class
Grade Circular Motion Activity
HOMEWORK:
Page 87 in the pdf workbook problems 36, 38, 51, and 52

Jan. 13, Wednesday.
Began solving circular motion problems.
HOMEWORK:
4, 20, 21, 26, 32 ,34, 35
Solutions to 4 through 26 are here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/circular/Answers4to26

Jan. 11, Monday.
Finished the free bodies and began discussing the concepts associated with circular motion.
HOMEWORK:
NO HOMEWORK !!!

Jan. 05, Tuesday.
Did a projectile motion activity. Instructions can be found here, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/projectile/lab
HOMEWORK:
Read this section on free bodies for next class, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/freebodies/reading
As you read fill, out this sheet http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/freebodies/fbd_Summary_sheet.pdf . (You may have picked it up in class.)

Dec. 10, Thursday.
Practiced projectile motion problems.
For the exam: you are allowed a 3"x 5" index card with anything written on both sides. You card must be hand written. It cannot be created on the computer. It cannot be a photocopy of someone else's card. You may work together and share information on each other's index card.
TEST NEXT CLASS!

#29 pg 78
#32 pg 79
#44 pg 83
ANSWERS
#40

a) 0.731 s
b) 7.59 m
c) 16.7 m/s @ 51.7°
41
a) 3.35 s
b) 45.6m
c) 55.4 m/s @ 75.8° with the ground
42
a) 3.87 s
b) 34.18 m
c) 40.61m/s @ 77.4° with the ground
43
a) 0.589 s
b) 2.85 m
c) 1.70 m

Dec. 8, Tuesday.
Practiced projectile motion problems
HOMEWORK:
#1 from page http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/projectile/EX/index.html
#2 from page http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/projectile/EX/index.html
#29 pg 78
#32 pg 79
#44 pg 83
ANSWERS
#1

a) 4.92 s
b) 169 m
c) 42 m/s downwards
#2
a) 3.62 s
b) 68.81 m
c) 26 m/s
29
a) 2.08s
b) 51.49 m
c) 46.23 m/s, 57.62° with the gound
32
a)39.2 m
b) Vertical final velocity is 29.6 m/s
c) Vimpact34.30 m/s, 59.67° with the ground
44
a) 0.793 s ...on the way down
b) 1.03 m
c) 1.2 m
d) 3.21 m/s 66° with the table top

Dec. 4, Friday.
Practiced projectile motion problems
HOMEWORK:
#8 pg 71
#23 pg 75 Remember, when vO is horizontal skip drawing the triangle.
#25 pg 75.
#26 pg 76.
#26 pg 76.ANSWERS
#8 pg 71

a) 85.45 m
b) 8.35 s
c) 453.56m
#23 pg 75
a) 2.0 s, 4.4 m
b) 2.0 s
c) 19.7 m/s
d) 19.7 m/s , 83° with the ground
#25 pg 75
a) 113 meters away
b) 2.78 s
#26 pg 76
a) 1.02 s
b) 5.10 m
c) 17.67 m
#27 pg 76
a) 1.43 s
b) 55.52
c) 34.5 m/s, 43° with the ground

Dec. 2, Wednesday.
Wow! We finished those cool projectile motion problems.
HOMEWORK:
#7 pg 71
#19 pg 74 Remember, when vO is horizontal skip drawing the triangle.
#22 pg 75.
ANSWERS
#7 pg 71

(a) 29.6 m
(b) 4.9 s
(c) 254.0 m
(d) ???
#19 pg 74 Remember, when vO is horizontal skip drawing the triangle.
(a) 1.2 s
(b) 48 m
(c) ???
(d) 3 s
(e) -44.1 m
(f,g) 29.82 m/s, 80.35°w/the ground
#22 pg 75.
(c) 1.20 s
(d) 11.95 m
(e,h) 15.40 m/s, 49.51° w/the ground

Nov.30, Monday.
We began discussing projectile motion problems.
In class we began to construct a table of vertical and horizontal givens.
HOMEWORK:
Complete the table by doing the necessary calculations to fill in the blank spaces.

Nov.19, Thursday.
finished Newton's Laws and began projectile motion stations
Many note are online in that did not appear directly in class.
HOMEWORK:
STUDY FOR THE TEST. LOOK AT THE OBJECTIVES AT THE BEGINNING OF THE pdf FILE ON YOUR NETBOOK REGARDING NEWTON'S LAWS OF MOTION. It is above the problems we did for homework.
Turkey shoot next class too!

Nov.13, Friday.
Finished Newton's 1st and 2nd law
discussed weight as w=mg
HOMEWORK:
From the worksheets file with all the problems on page 60, do 2, 4, 6, 18, 19, 20, 21, 34, 35, 39, 40, 41, 42 Answers are on page 62 of the file.

Oct. 26, Monday.
Took the test on kinematics by Algebraic means
Worked on coming up with an experiment and writing it in a "Yellow Light Experiment's Proposal" on Google Docs.
I also shared the grading rubric with you.
You divided up into teams and shared this document with your teammates.
Share "Yellow Light Experiment's Proposal" with your teammates and me.
Each of you is to take on a role in this experiment as described in "Yellow Light Experiment's Proposal"
In, "Yellow Light Experiment's Proposal," you are to submit your experiment's proposal by 8:00 PM Tuesday night.

Oct. 20, Tuesday.
- Discussed the segmented style problem.
- This is the last section for the chapter.
There will be a test next MONDAY.
- Today's lecture can be found at http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kinemat/lectures/segmentedProblems/home.html

A video summary of the notes can be found here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kinemat/videos/05.html the file is big and may take a while to load.

HOMEWORK:
On the netbook and here, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/workbook2009, is your workbook file. The workbook is broken up into sections by pages numbers. Tonight's homework is page 57 and the problems below. those are the answers next to the problems.
55 a) 6.7 s
55 b) 20 m/s
55 c) ?
56 a) 12.47 s
56 b) 4820 m
56 c) 773 m/s
58 a) 14.24 m/s
58 b) 295.5 m
58 c) 0.3 g's
60 a) 11.01 s
60 b) 79.9 m
This file with the questions is also on your netbook. Do the following clicks to locate it:
My Documents
PDF Resources
Physics_Student workbook -WAYNE
Physics_Student Workbook_Wayne_1-190.pdf

If you do not a netbook, the file can also be found here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/workbook2009/Physics_Student_Workbook_Wayne_1-190.pdf .
Study for the formula quiz.

Oct. 14, Wednesday.
- Looked at solving a new style problem. Notes are online here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kinemat/lectures/04%20Race_expl/home.html
- Video summary of the these notes is here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kinemat/videos/04.html The video is a 10 MB file and may take a while to load.

Homework is from your student workbook. Page 56 problems 46-47. Page 57 problem #53.
The file with pages 56 and 57 can be downloaded here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/workbook2009/Physics_Student_Workbook_Wayne_1-190.pdf
It is also found on your netbook in MyDocumentsPDF ResourcesPhysics Student Workbook -waynePhysics_Student_Workbook_Wayne_1-190.pdf

Oct. 14, Wednesday.
- Looked at solving a new style problem. Notes are online here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kinemat/lectures/04%20Race_expl/home.html
- Video summary of the these notes is here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kinemat/videos/04.html The video is a 10 MB file and may take a while to load.

Homework is from your student workbook. Page 57 problem #53.
The file with page 57 can be downloaded here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/workbook2009/Physics_Student_Workbook_Wayne_1-190.pdf
It is also found on your netbook in MyDocumentsPDF ResourcesPhysics Student Workbook -waynePhysics_Student_Workbook_Wayne_1-190.pdf

HOMEWORK:
Click on the clink below to look at the movie on how to use a physlet to find the average velocity,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRJrQUMBgmk , and the movie on how to find acceleration, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2vunuY901w
On the netbook resource page, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/netbook , Do problems 245.13 and 247.15. Remember most of these physlets contain multiple problems. The number after the decimal is the problem you are to do on the page. Therefore on those linked pages do problem 13 and 15. For homework credit, show your math steps in your problem notebook. This means to list your givens, show your formula(s), and your final answer with units.

At the bottom of the page there is a submit button. After choosing an answer, click on "Submit" to find out if you are correct or not.

Study for the formula quiz.

Oct. 12, Monday.
- Finished problem solving techniques
- Passed out netbooks to students who turned in forms
- More kinematics
HOMEWORK:
Click on the clink below to look at the movie on how to use a physlet to find the average velocity,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRJrQUMBgmk , and the movie on how to find acceleration, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2vunuY901w
On the netbook resource page, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/netbook , Do problems 245.13 and 247.15. Remember most of these physlets contain multiple problems. The number after the decimal is the problem you are to do on the page. Therefore on those linked pages do problem 13 and 15. For homework credit, show your math steps in your problem notebook. This means to list your givens, show your formula(s), and your final answer with units.

At the bottom of the page there is a submit button. After choosing an answer, click on "Submit" to find out if you are correct or not.

Study for the formula quiz.

Oct. 8, Thursday.
- Finished problem solving techniques
HOMEWORK:
10a 31.3 m/s right
10b 14.224 m/s right
11a 12 m/s right
11b 24 m
12a 26.8224 m/s right
12 b 3.16 m/s2 right
12 c 9.92 s
12 d 155.2 m right
13 a -6.83 m/s2
13b 3.08 s
14a 2 m/s2 right
14b 25 m right
15a 16.1 m/s right
15b 95.4 m right
15c 90.35 m/s right
17 90.35 m/s down
5.54 s
Study for the formula quiz.

Oct. 6, Tuesday.
- Collected forms
- Got into problem solving
HOMEWORK:
From the handouts do problems 3-9 on page 46. List the givens, do not solve.
Study for the formula

Sept. 28, Monday.
- Went over the homework
- Practiced reading the graphs from changing amounts of information
HOMEWORK:
From the handouts do problems 50-77 on pages 33-34
From the handouts for problems 98-111 on page 40

Sept. 24, Thursday.
- Worked finding tangents for curves.
- and making graphs of slopes
HOMEWORK:
Find the 4 remaining slopes on the worksheet with the curves page 25.
Do pages 28 and 29 from the handouts.
On page 30 do numbers 14-19.

Sept. 22, Tuesday.
- Finished the 1st lab
- "How to" videos are on YouTube. Search for mrwayensclass.
- Worked more on slopes
- Began the pre-lab for the Velocity of a moving car activity.
HOMEWORK:
Finish the lab if you have not done so all ready in class.
Find the remaining slopes on page 20.
Plot 2 the graphs on pages 23 and 24.

Sept. 8, Tuesday.
- finished vectors.
HOMEWORK:
Study for the vector quiz next class

Sept. 3, Thurs.
- Added and subtracted vectors.
- Took the dimensional analysis quiz.
HOMEWORK:
From the worksheets on page 10 do problems R1, R2, R3, R4, and R5. The problems are defined by the answers R1 = resultant 1, R2 = resultant 2 etc.You also need to be ready to select a project. More information will appear on the website.

Sept. 1, Tues.
- Finished dimensional analysis.
- Began vectors
HOMEWORK:
Study for the dimensional analysis quiz next class. There are online pretests.

Aug. 28, Friday.
- Too much dimensional analysis
HOMEWORK:
From the worksheets:
36 Convert all answers to fathoms/sec
37 convert all answers to liters
38 Convert all answers to ft/s
40 Convert to gallons
41
42 Hint: 1 cubit = 20 inches
43

Aug. 26, Wednesday.
- Introduction to the class
HOMEWORK:
None

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Planning Duty

Updated: August 23, 2006

My classes do not meet during this time.

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Honors

Updated: August 22, 2006

May 4, Tuesday
Finished wave optics.
HOMEWORK:
Chapter 24 problems: 4, 5, 6, 8, 14, 15, 18


Apr. 28, Wednesday
Lenses! Did ray diagrams and began applying the math.
Worked on problem 29 in chapter 23.
HOMEWORK:
Chapter 23 problems 30, 31, 34, 36, 37

Apr. 22, Thursday
Applied the math. May students used the time to work on the problem set.
Did problems 1-5 on http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/mirrors/WS2/index.html
HOMEWORK:
on page http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/mirrors/WS2/index.html do problems 6-15. Expect a take home quiz next class.

Apr. 20, Tuesday
Began looking at the mirror equation and the other pieces of math.
HOMEWORK:
Instead of the quiz next class, answer the questions on part 1 (ONLY PART 1) on the web page at http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/mirrors/WS2/index.html

Apr. 16, Friday
Went over the homework. answers are online for chapter 22
Began talking about making ray diagrams
HOMEWORK:
Do the take home

Apr. 13, Wednesday
Welcome back from spring break.
Reviewed light basics
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page : 708, Numbers 7, 10, 11a, 11b, 15, 25, 33, 43, 49

April. 12, Monday
Welcome back from your spring break.
Covered a lot of light concepts from chapter 22. Notes are on line http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/Ch22Light/Notes/02/home.html
HOMEWORK:
Do the worksheet http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/Ch22Light/ExtraWs/Extra_Light_WS.pdf

Mar. 26, Friday
Demonstrated the theremin.
Went over the last couple of homework problems. Began light.
HOMEWORK:
None!

Mar. 24, wednesday
Finished magnetism
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page 614: 29 and 30 Page 646: 27, 28, 59

Mar. 18, Thursday
Worked on the homework problems below in class. These problems are a little different from what was worked on in class.
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page 613: 11, 17, 27, 31, 34, 38, 39, 40, 44, 47

Mar. 18, Thursday
finished discussing E&M.
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page 613 Problems 17, 27, 34, 35, and 13
Page 611 Problems 11, 13, 23–29

Mar. 12, Friday
Began discussing E&M.
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page 611 CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS #3, 4, and 13
Page 611 PROBLEMS Section #2, 3, 5 and 12

Mar. 04, Thursday
worked with example problems using Kirshoff's rules
HOMEWORK:
From the stapled packet do problems 13-15 and number 17.

Mar. 02, Tuesday
Introduced Kirchoff's rules. Next class we will finish applying themHOMEWORK:
Finish the take home quiz on capacitance,

Feb. 26, Friday
More capacitor stuffHOMEWORK:
Chapter 17, page 551 problems 11, 13, 15, 21, 22, 23 31, 33, 41. I forgot to pass out the take home. you will get that next class.

Feb. 24, Wednesday
More capacitor stuffHOMEWORK:
page 526 problems 33, 40, 43, 44, 48,49 and 49. You will need V=Ed. voltage equals Electric field times displacement

Feb. 22, Monday
covered capacitance basics including "circa-duko"
HOMEWORK:
From the worksheets to problems 1, 2, and 4. The worksheet is here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/capacitance/WS

Tues Feb 16
Shortened class due to the 2 hour late opening
Went over the snow day assignments.
HOMEWORK:
Do these three problems on this worksheet
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/electrostatics/Electrostatics_Review_WS.pdf

Feb. 10, SNOW DAY ASSIGNMENT
Here is your snow day assignment. It is the easiest so far.
View the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzzxJ9MXIJs
From chapter 16. (That's a different chapter than the previous assignments.) Do problems 13, 15, and 17.
Maybe we will be in school tomorrow, Thursday.

Feb. 8 SNOW DAY ASSIGNMENT
Look at the videos at
Coulomb’s Law background
- - - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zYwOn_WIUo
Coulomb’s Law applied to particles in a plane
- - - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOPtm_fKsZk
Calculating e-fields at a point in space
- - - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqBQqyyNQOA
Look at the notes on Chapters 14/15
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/electrostatics/presentations/02%20coulomb/home.html
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/electrostatics/presentations/03%20efieldsPoint/home.html

From your book in chapter 15 do problems 11, 12, 13, 24, 25 and 26


Feb 4
Applied Coulomb's Law
HOMEWORK: page 491, problems 11, 12, and 13
Answers are posted here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/electrostatics/HW

Monday , Feb 1st SNOW DAY ASSIGNMENT HOMEWORK:
View the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zYwOn_WIUo
Download this handout http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/snowday/Snowday_Couomb_WS.pdf

Friday, Jan 22
Themo test in class. Here are some resources:

Flash cards and quizzes: http://quizlet.com/1711123/ap-physics-themodynamics-review-flash-cards/
A set of flash cards that include PV diagrams: http://www.flashcardmachine.com/p/mrwaynesclas
Video lesson on the ideal gas law: http://ia341336.us.archive.org/3/items/AP_Physics_B_Lesson_28/Container.html
Video Lesson on thermodynamics: http://ia311240.us.archive.org/3/items/AP_Physics_B_Lesson_29/Container.html

HOMEWORK:
Study for the test

Wednesday, Jan 20
Finished thermo
HOMEWORK:
Here is the homework worksheet http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/thermo12/PV_Worksheet.pdf

Tuesday, Jan 12
Worked on cycles
HOMEWORK:
Chapter 12 #'s 10, 11, and 13

Wednesday, Jan 6
Began Thermodynamcs
HOMEWORK:
Page 327 in the book
#'s 1, 3, 28, 29, 31, 36, 38

Tuesday, Jan 5
Began Thermodynamcs
HOMEWORK:
Page 327 in the book
#'s 1, 3, 28, 29, 31, 36, 38

Wednesday, Dec 9
Practice Practice Practice
HOMEWORK:
Page 295 in the book
#'s 13, 18, 23, 31, 40, 42, 45

Tuesday Dec 7
Finished fluids now we need to practice
HOMEWORK:
Page 297 in the book
#'s 14, 16, 26, 27, 28

Dec. 1
Today we went over the continuity equation and discussed some implied givens.
We also worked on class problems.
Notes are here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/fluids/Presentation/02/home.html
HOMEWORK: on page http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/fluids/Class_WS/home.html Do problems 1 - 5 in SECTION 2 of the page. Remember F=kx for a spring and the energy stored in a spring is 1/2kx2

Nov.30, Monday.
Took the mastery page for the last test during class.
In class we worked through fluid dynamics. Pressure at depth.
Next class we will start with the water towers example.
HOMEWORK:
None.

Nov. 13, Friday.
Did many examples about torque Notes are on line herehttp://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap#torque
HOMEWORK:
from the book page 248 problems 20, 21, 22, 23

Oct. 30, Friday.
TEST ON THURSDAY IN CLASS The test will cover momentum and impulse, Newton's Universal Gravity and Kepler's 3 Laws. It will be taken during class time.
Covered Kepler's Laws
Notes: http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/NewNotes/01Kepler
Note on Combing Circular Motion with Universal Gravity are at the link below
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/NewNotes/02InverseAndGravity
Short movies explaining the concepts
Gravity and the inverse Square Law: http://www.acpstech.org/physics/twayne/#InverseSquareLaw
Universal Gravity and Kepler Review : http://www.acpstech.org/physics/twayne/#OrbitalMechanics
Answers to worksheet problems : http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/WSANS/index.html

HOMEWORK:
Study for the Test!

Oct. 26, Monday.
Discussed circular motion and began to link it to Orbital mechanics
HOMEWORK:
On http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/Circular/04/index.html
do all the problems 2,3,4,5,6,7 and 34

Oct. 23, Friday.
Turned in test.
Covered the concepts of circular motion.

Next class the formula combined with Newton's Law of Universal Gravity.
HOMEWORK:
None

Oct. 14, Wednesday.
Worked on the ballistic pendulum activity see google docs. Nobody finished.

HOMEWORK:
None

Oct. 6, Tuesday.
Went over the homework and practiced problems in class.
HOMEWORK:
From the NRP do 275.8, 50.3, 52.5, 55.10, 54.9
Read the section on springs in chapter 5 and do problem 33.

Sep. 24, Thursday.
- finished applying the concept of freebody diagrams
HOMEWORK:
Page 109 problems 29, 33, and 37

Sep. 16, Wednesday.
- worked on the lab form last class.
-Entered results into a Google Doc
- Here is a link to the lab. http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/Ch3Projectile/Air_Rocket_Projectile_Lab.pdf
If you were not in class you should be able to at least do the book problems.
HOMEWORK:
Finish the lab and enter your answers in Google Docs. Check your account for a shared document.
Page 77 problems 32, 33, 58

Sep. 9, Monday.
- Covered how to set and solve the basics projectile motion problem. Notes are online, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/Ch3Projectile/01/index.html
HOMEWORK:
From the textbook you picked up on Monday. Do problems 26 and 29 on page 76. From the NRP to problem 254.5 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/nrp At the bottom of the page with the physlet activity, there is a submit button. This submit button will tell you if your answer is correct. I want to see your calculations for this problem.

Aug. 28, Friday.
- The harder kinematics problems
HOMEWORK:
From the worksheets do problems 55-58. If you need the worksheet you can find the porblems here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/kinematics/ws

Aug. 26, Wednesday.
- Introduction to the class
HOMEWORK:
Get those forms signed !!!

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Planning/Duty

Updated: August 23, 2006

Apr. 27, Tuesday
Lenses! Did ray diagrams and began applying the math.
Worked on problem 29 in chapter 23.
HOMEWORK:
Chapter 23 problems 30, 31, 34, 36, 37


Apr. 23, Friday
Practiced some other mirror problems.
HOMEWORK:
Take home quiz on mirrors

Apr. 19, Tuesday
Finished ray tracing for different type of mirrors.
HOMEWORK:
No homework.

Apr. 15, Thursday
Went over the homework. answers are online for chapter 22
Began talking about making ray diagrams
HOMEWORK:
Do the take home

Apr. 12, Monday
Welcome back from spring break.
Reviewed light basics
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page : 708, Numbers 7, 10, 11a, 11b, 15, 25, 33, 43

Mar. 23, Tuesday
Worked on the homework problems below in class.
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page 613: #11, 17, 27, 31, 34, 38, 39, 40, 44, 47
page 646: #11, 23, 24, 25

Mar. 25, Thursday
Finished magnetism
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page 614: 29 and 30 Page 646: 27, 28, 59

Mar. 23, Tuesday
Worked on the homework problems below in class.
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page 613: #11, 17, 27, 31, 34, 38, 39, 40, 44, 47
page 646: #11, 23, 24, 25

Mar. 19, Friday
Worked on the homework problems below in class.
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page 613: 11, 17, 27, 31, 34, 38, 39, 40, 44, 47

Mar. 15, Monday
Began discussing E&M.
HOMEWORK:
From the book .
Page 611 CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS #3, 4, and 13
Page 611 PROBLEMS Section #2, 3, 5 and 12

Mar. 03, Thursday
Worked with example problems using Kirshoff's rulesHOMEWORK:
From the stapled packet do problems 3-7.

March 01, Monday
Worked on some class problems.
Began Kirchoff's rules/laws.
HOMEWORK:
Chapter 17, page 551 problems 11, 13, 15, 21, 22, 23 31, 33, 41.

Feb. 26, Thursday
Current electricityHOMEWORK:
Do the take home. Do not work on the problems assigned in class.

Feb. 23, Tuesday
More capacitor stuffHOMEWORK:
page 526 problems 33, 40, 43, 44, 48,49 and 49. You will need V=Ed. voltage equals Electric field times displacement

Feb. 19, Friday
covered capacitance basics including "circa-duko"
HOMEWORK:
From the worksheets to problems 1, 2, and 4. The worksheet is here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/capacitance/WS

Feb. 10, SNOW DAY ASSIGNMENT
Here is your snow day assignment. It is the easiest so far.
View the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzzxJ9MXIJs
From chapter 16. (That's a different chapter than the previous assignments.) Do problems 13, 15, and 17.
Maybe we will be in school tomorrow, Thursday.

Feb. 8 SNOW DAY ASSIGNMENT
Look at the videos at
Coulomb’s Law background
- - - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zYwOn_WIUo
Coulomb’s Law applied to particles in a plane
- - - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOPtm_fKsZk
Calculating e-fields at a point in space
- - - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqBQqyyNQOA
Look at the notes on Chapters 14/15
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/electrostatics/presentations/02%20coulomb/home.html
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/electrostatics/presentations/03%20efieldsPoint/home.htmll

From your book in chapter 15 do problems 11, 12, 13, 24, 25 and 26

Monday , Feb 1st SNOW DAY ASSIGNMENT HOMEWORK:
View the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zYwOn_WIUo
Download this handout http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/snowday/Snowday_Couomb_WS.pdf

Friday, Jan 22
Themo test in class. Here are some resources:

Flash cards and quizzes: http://quizlet.com/1711123/ap-physics-themodynamics-review-flash-cards/
A set of flash cards that include PV diagrams: http://www.flashcardmachine.com/p/mrwaynesclas
Video lesson on the ideal gas law: http://ia341336.us.archive.org/3/items/AP_Physics_B_Lesson_28/Container.html
Video Lesson on thermodynamics: http://ia311240.us.archive.org/3/items/AP_Physics_B_Lesson_29/Container.html

HOMEWORK:
Study for the test

Thursday, Jan 21
Finished thermo
HOMEWORK:
Here is the homework worksheet http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/thermo12/PV_Worksheet.pdf


Wednesday, Jan 20
finished Thermo
HOMEWORK:
Here is the homework worksheet http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/thermo12/PV_Worksheet.pdf

Thursday, Jan 14
Nearly finished Thermo
HOMEWORK:
Page 384 #'s 14, 15, 23, 27,and 29 Also do the 3 problems on the worksheets picked up 2 classes ago. They have pictures of three cylinders on them.

Tuesday, Jan 12
Worked on cycles
HOMEWORK:
Page 2 of this pdf file, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/thermo12/Classworksheet%20Thermo%20Cycles.pdf
Chapter 12 #'s 10, 11, and 13


Wednesday, Jan
Began Thermodynamcs
HOMEWORK:
Page 327 in the book
#'s 1, 3, 28, 29, 31, 36, 38

Wednesday, Dec 9
Practice Practice Practice
HOMEWORK:
Page 295 in the book
#'s 13, 17, 18, 23, 31, 40, 42, 45

Monday Dec 7
Finished fluids now we need to practice
HOMEWORK:
Page 297 in the book
#'s 14, 16, 26, 27, 28

Dec. 1
Today we went over the continuity equation and discussed some implied givens.
We also worked on class problems.
Note are here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/fluids/Presentation/02/home.html
HOMEWORK: on page http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/fluids/Class_WS/home.html Do problems 1 - 5 in SECTION 2 of the page. Remember F=kx for a spring and the energy stored in a spring is 1/2kx2

Nov. 4, Wed.
TEST ON FRIDAY IN CLASS The test will cover momentum and impulse, Newton's Universal Gravity and Kepler's 3 Laws. It will be taken during class time.
Covered Kepler's Laws
Notes: http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/NewNotes/01Kepler
Note on Combing Circular Motion with Universal Gravity are at the link below
http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/NewNotes/02InverseAndGravity
Short movies explaining the concepts
Gravity and the inverse Square Law: http://www.acpstech.org/physics/twayne/#InverseSquareLaw
Universal Gravity and Kepler Review : http://www.acpstech.org/physics/twayne/#OrbitalMechanics
Answers to worksheet problems : http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/Kepler/WSANS/index.html

HOMEWORK:
Study for the Test!

Oct. 27, Tuesday.
Discussed circular motion and began to link it to Orbital mechanics
HOMEWORK:
On http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/Circular/04/index.html
do all the problems 2,3,4,5,6,7 and 34

http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/Circular/04/index.html

Oct. 13, Tuesday.
Worked on the ballistic pendulum activity see google docs. Nobody finished.

HOMEWORK:
None

Oct. 7, Wed.
Went over the homework and practiced problems in class.
Introduced spring energy
HOMEWORK:
on the worksheet do 4-8, 14 and 15 from the NRP do 63.7. You will need to use projectile motion to determine the kinetic energy after the object leaves the gun.
The NRP page is here: http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/netbook
4 - 28.32 m/s
5 - 4010 N/m
6 - 24.5 m/s
7 - 9.34 m
8 - 8.48 m/s
14 - 166,789 N/m
15 - 163,920 N/m

Oct. 5, Monday.
Went over the homework and practiced problems in class.
HOMEWORK:
page 148-149 problems 34, 39, from the NRP do 275.8, 50.3, 52.5, 55.10, 54.9
Read the section in Chapter 5 about spring energy and do problem 33.

Sep. 25, Friday.
Went over the homework and practiced problems in class.
HOMEWORK:
page 109 problems 39, 41, 45, 49, 59
HINT: for problem 59, don't let the wording throw you off. You are solving for the net acceleration and the net force and friction point in the same direction.

Sep. 23, Wednesday.
Finished off freebody diagrams.
HOMEWORK:
page 109 problems 29, 33, and 37

Sep. 21, Monday.
A lot of notes about force types (Friction, Normal force, tension, weight and net force) and began freebody diagrams.
HOMEWORK:
Draw the freebody diagrams for the remaining problems on the worksheet.

Sep. 15, Tuesday.
- worked on the lab form last class.
-Entered results into a Google Doc
- Here is a link to the lab. http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/Ch3Projectile/Air_Rocket_Projectile_Lab.pdf
If you were not in class you should be able to at least do the book problems.
HOMEWORK:
Finish the lab and enter your answers in Google Docs. Check your account for a shared document.
Page 77 problems 32, 33, 58

http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/Ch3Projectile/Air_Rocket_Projectile_Lab.pdf

Sep. 10, Thursday.
- Covered different kinds of projectile problems.
HOMEWORK:
Page 75-77 problems 22, 24, 25, 55

Sep. 4, Friday.
- Covered different kinds of projectile problems.
HOMEWORK:
Page 75-77 problems 22, 24, 25, 55

Sep. 4, Friday.
- Covered how to set and solve the basics projectile motion problem. Notes are online, http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/Ch3Projectile/01/index.html
HOMEWORK:
From the textbook you picked up on Friday. Do problems 26 and 29 on page 76. From the NRP to problem 254.5 http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/nrp At the bottom of the page with the physlet activity, there is a submit button. This submit button will tell you if your answer is correct. I want to see your calculations for this problem.


Aug. 31, Monday.
- The harder kinematics problems.
- Introduced the google Apps as a tool
- Began working on a group exercise.
HOMEWORK:
Do you part of the worksheet and enter your answers on the Google Docs spreadsheet your group is sharing.

Aug. 27, Thursday.
- The harder kinematics problems
HOMEWORK:
From the worksheets do problems 55-58. If you need the worksheet you cna find hte porblems here http://www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap/kinematics/ws

Aug. 25, Tuesday.
- Introduction to the class
HOMEWORK:
Get those forms signed !!!

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