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Thursday, April 30

  1. msg Chapter 2 Motion 1D message posted Chapter 2 Motion 1D This chapter was fairly easy. This packet is mainly formulas that were given to you in the first be…
    Chapter 2 Motion 1D
    This chapter was fairly easy. This packet is mainly formulas that were given to you in the first beginning of the year, and they are also located on the front board. Final - Initial = Average, ,this goes for the acceleration, velocity, and distance. V=d/t, Vf=Vi + at, Vf^2=Vi^2=2ax.... ect. These are just a few kinematic equations that can possibly help you during this rotation. If your having trouble, just simply right down what you are given and look for a formula that will help you receive your answer. You may have to use 2 or more formulas to get to your answer. Remember to read your problems carefully because you may encounter problems that may have negative velocity distance, gravity, or acceleration.

Thursday, April 23

  1. msg Newton's Laws message posted Newton's Laws This packet isn't as hard as you would expect it to be...however it does have some difficulty to it…
    Newton's Laws
    This packet isn't as hard as you would expect it to be...however it does have some difficulty to it. My biggest help would have to be WATCH THE VIDEOS ON THE WIKI!!! Especially the Atwood Machine video. I found one video on YouTube with the Atwood machine problem with 3 blocks and the link is https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iglwZe7yMsQ this video is a wonderful piece of help. Also if you have a good understanding of Trig and triangles you will do wonderful and as always DO NOT be afraid to ask Ms. Duncan for help. Good Luck!
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Friday, March 27

  1. msg 20Circuits message posted 20Circuits This rotation was fairly easy. Know the differences between a parallel and a series circuit. Look o…
    20Circuits
    This rotation was fairly easy. Know the differences between a parallel and a series circuit. Look on the physic formula sheet Mrs. Duncan gave you in the beginning of the year and in the high school book in Chapter 20. The main formulas you will use for this rotations are: I=V/R, 1/Req =1/R1+ 1/R2 +1/R3... for a parallel circuit, and Req = R1 + R2 + R3... for a series circuit. Also, Remember that P(watts)=I^2*R, and read up on finding the potential difference. Thanks and have fun!

Friday, March 6

  1. msg 19 Current & Resistance message posted 19 Current & Resistance This rotation was fairly easy as long as you are consistent with the formulas. P(Watts)=I(Amps)V(Vo…
    19 Current & Resistance
    This rotation was fairly easy as long as you are consistent with the formulas. P(Watts)=I(Amps)V(Volts) , R(Resistance)=V(Volts)/I(Amps) , P(Watts)=V^2/R . These few formulas are most of the rotations problems. The high school book will be your best friend on this rotation. Remember that A=C/s and mC = e^-3. Have fun and thanks.
  2. msg Ch. 18 Electric Currents message posted Ch. 18 Electric Currents This rotation was fairly easy as long as you are consistent with the formulas. P(Watts)=I(Amps)V(Vo…
    Ch. 18 Electric Currents
    This rotation was fairly easy as long as you are consistent with the formulas. P(Watts)=I(Amps)V(Volts) , R(Resistance)=V(Volts)/I(Amps) , P(Watts)=V^2/R . These few formulas are most of the rotations problems. The high school book will be your best friend on this rotation. Remember that A=C/s and mC = e^-3. Have fun and thanks.

Thursday, February 5

Wednesday, February 4

  1. msg Report Negatives message posted Report Negatives I have a negative on #27 2CH.1 intro to Serway
    Report Negatives
    I have a negative on #27 2CH.1 intro to Serway
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Tuesday, January 27

  1. page 17b Electric Potential edited ... http://www.physicsclassroom.com/getattachment/curriculum/estatics/static.pdf Test on this F…
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    Test on this
    Formula:
    Using the formula below. The first part of the formula is constant but the second part in the ( ) changes based on the charges and distances in the problem.
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Monday, January 19

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