# May the Forces Be With You

Physics: Force and Motion

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May the Forces Be With You

**Page 81-**Unit Title Page "May the Forces Be With You"**Page 82-***Bell Work 12/20:*"Science Fair Conclusions Questions"*Bell Work 1/4:*List three goals for the semester and describe three things you will do to accomplish EACH.**Page 83-***Bell Work 1/5:*Define "*Force"*to the best of your ability.*Bell Work 1/6:*Identify the forces in the following diagram (sky diver with parachute).**Page 84-**"Practice Identifying Forces" diagrams drawn with forces labeled.**Page 85-**"Forces" notes.**Page 86-***Bell Work 1/9:*Identify 3 objects in this classroom that is in motion and explain how you know each is in motion.*Bell Work 1/10:*Explain how Newton's 3rd Law of Motion applies in each of the following scenarios:

1. Kicking a soccer ball.

2. A vertical Jump.

3. Lifting weights.*Bell Work 1/11:*Explain how Newton's 1st Law of Motion applies in each of the following scenarios:

1. Kicking a soccer ball.

2. A vertical Jump.

3. Lifting weights.

"Speed Racer" practice worksheet taped in and completed.**Page 87-**"Motion and Speed" reading notes. Read pages 4-5 in textbook. Define term and draw/color pic representing motion.**Page 88-**"Smash Lab: Train Airbags" video worksheet taped in and completed.*Bell Work 1/12:*Explain using Newton's Laws of Motion why it is important to wear a seat belt.*Bell Work 1/13:*Copy the diagram, then label the forces acting on the object if it is in motion to the right.**Page 89-**"Newton's 3rd Law of Motion" notes with video examples.**Page 90-**"Newton's 1st Law Mini Labs" answered in notebook.**Page 91-**"Newton's 1st Law of Motion" notes with video examples.**Page 92-**"Net Force Worksheet" taped in and completed.*Bell Work 1/23:*Determine Net Force for the following: (x3).*Bell Work 1/25:*

1. Restate each of Newton's Laws of Motion.

2. Calculate the speed of a biker who travels 100 miles in 4 hours.

3. Calculate the Net Force needed to accelerate an object with a mass of 30 kg at a rate of 3 m/s/s.**Page 93-**"Determining Net Force" notes.**Page 94-**"Newton's 2nd Law of Motion" practice worksheet taped in and completed.**Page 95-**"Newton's 2nd Law of Motion" notes with video examples.**Page 96-***Bell Work 1/26:*Create a P-T graph that shows an ant that starts 2 m away from a ref. pt, moves fro 2 seconds away at a rate of 1 m/s, stops for 3 seconds, then heads back to the ref. pt in 4 seconds.

"Position-Time Graphs" worksheet taped in and completed.**Page 97-**"Position-Time Graphs" notes.**Page 98-**"Velocity" practice worksheet taped in and completed.

"P-T and V-T graphs" practice worksheet taped in and completed.**Page 99-**"Velocity and Displacement" notes.**Page 100-**"Velocity-Time Graphs" practice worksheet taped in and completed.*Bell Work 1/27:*

1. How is a horizontal line on a P-T graph different from one on a V-T graph?

2. How is the slope on a P-T graph different from one on a V-T graph?

3. Why can't either graph have a completely vertical line?**Page 101-**"Acceleration and V-T Graphs" notes.**Page 102-**"Newton's Laws Unit Review" taped in and completed.