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This text is meant to accompany class discussions. It is not everything there is to know about uniform circular motion. It is meant as a  prep for class. More detailed notes and examples are given in the class notes, presentations, and demonstrations (click here.)

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Table of Contents
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Description
1
Horizontal Motion
2

Vertical Motion

3
Motion in a Plane (Position)
4
Motion in a Plane (Organization and Direction)
5

Projectile Motion

6
Projectile Motion Givens with Trigonometry
7
Steps to Solving Projectile Motion Problems
8
Implied Givens and Other Short Cuts
9
Calculating Impact Velocity's Magnitude and Direction

Handouts/Worksheets are
in the workbook under the projectile motion section.

Answers
ANSWERS to workbook problems
Lecture Notes
Projectile Motion Investigator Activity
L Projectile Motion " Which Lands First?" Digital Activity
Mastery Assignment
Mastery assignment
Projectile Lab - Activity
Review Quiz
Test Review Questions and Answers in One Document (293 kb)
Help Videos on YouTube ...by me
Identifying the givens and breaking up the initial velocity into vertical and horizontal pieces.
Doing calculations with apogee
Determining the signs of the variables
How to organize your givens in a table
One method for find the time in flight
Calculating an impact velocities magnitude and direction (honors only)
Lab - activity set up video
Lab - collecting data using a photogate, LabPro2, and the TI-84 Calculator

 


 

by Tony Wayne ...(If you are a teacher, please feel free to use these resources in your teaching.)