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(1828 .docx)
Waves
Rashikah Hamayel
AP 1 wave exam questions from the last 4 yearsModify 1828Mechanical Waves
Worksheets
AP 1 Style FRQ1
4
(1828 .xlsx)
Generator of written responses that don't quite earn fat points
David Liao
Use the golden fields in the first sheet to set up a model explanation that would earn 1 fat point; the second sheet fills in a bunch of examples of explanations that could fail to earn 1 fat point.Modify 1828All Year
Labs & Demos, Notes
All Year / All Semester, All Year / All Semester, AP 1 Style FRQ, Instruction, May Go Home With Students, Problem Scaffolding1, 2
5
(1787 Link)Desmos - SHM Simulation
Dan Hosey
A Desmos simulation of a mass oscillating on a spring.Modify 1787Oscillations
Simulations
Desmos, Simulations (Other)1, C Mech
6
(1786 Link)Physics for Good Waves Playlist
Allison Boley
Physics for Good is a YouTube channel that explains physics concepts and relates them to charities, with the charity in each video getting 50% of the ad revenue of that video.Modify 1786Mechanical Waves
Videos
Instruction, Physics LecturesGen Phys, 1, 2, C Mech
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(1783 .doc)
Circuit Lab 1 introduction
Unknown
Circuit Lab Introduction using light bulbsModify 1783Circuits & Capacitors
Labs & Demos
Karen Davis1
8
(1782 .docx)
Combination Circuits Worksheet
Unknown
Worksheet for combination circuitsModify 1782Circuits & Capacitors
Worksheets
Karen Davis1
9
(1781 .docx)
FRQ Student Guide
Michael Shoenthal
(Work in Progress) - From a 2/28/2019 PGP Post
"The question guide is a work in progress as I haven't added waves or electricity to it yet. Here is what I do with it. I have the kids sit in pairs when they get a free response. I give them 2-4 minutes to to read the prompt. Then I give them 1-2 minutes to select any questions from the first page they think are applicable and jot down ideas or answers to those questions. Then I give each student 30-40 seconds to explain which questions they chose and what they jotted down. The reason I do this is because the biggest struggle my students have is figuring out which physics concepts apply to which question. After that, one student from each group rotates around the room and they discuss again with a new partner. I rotate them a few times until they have heard a number of ideas about the question. Administrators love this because it gets the kids out of their seats and forces them to explain to one another. Then, after they finish the discussions they end up with a final partner. At this point I break out the whiteboards. I give each student a different colored marker and they work together on one large whiteboard. Student A will do half the question in one colored marker and Student B will do the other half in a different colored marker. I do this so I can be sure that each student is contributing equally. They are free to discuss and collaborate together as necessary. Then we randomly pick a few groups to present their solutions and see if we can all agree. "
Modify 1781All Year
Worksheets
AP 1 Style FRQ, Teacher Created, Problem Scaffolding1, 2, C E&M, C Mech
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(1779 Link)Andy Masley's IB Physics Lecture Videos
Andrew Masley
Flipped/Blended classroom videos on IB physics 1 topics with animations. I am in the process of putting these into GoFormatives with pauses for concept questions.Modify 1779All Year
Videos
All Year / All Semester, All Year / All Semester, Instruction, Link to website, ReviewIB Physics
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(1778 Link)Phreestyle Physics Mechanics and E&M Lectures
Joshua Barclay
AP Physics/University Physics Video Lectures for AP Physics 1, AP Physics C - Mechanics and AP Physics C - E&M, and selected AP Physics 2 topics.Modify 1778All Year
Videos
All Year / All Semester, All Year / All Semester, Physics Lectures1, 2, C E&M, C Mech, IB Physics
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(1769 Link)Veritasium - Bullet into Block
Veritasium
Vertisium Video where a bullet is fired into vertically into a wooden block. Does the block go higher when fired into the center of the block or farther out from the rotational axis?Modify 1769Rotational Motion
Videos
C Mech
13
(1768 Link)Veritasium Spinning Tube Trick
Veritasium
Spinning Tube Trick. Tangential and Relative Velocity.Modify 1768Circular Motion
Videos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
14
(1767 .docx)
Hysteresis of a Rubber Band
Dan Hosey
I took some careful data showing the hysteresis of a rubber band. The force is greater during the loading phase than the unloading phase. The energy loss is seen as the area of a hysteresis loop on a Force vs Stretch distance graph.Modify 1767Energy
Labs & Demos, Notes
1, C Mech
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(1766 .jpg)This is just a test for IB
Dan Hosey
It's just a test.Modify 17661D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
IB Physics
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(1765 Link)AP1 2017 FRQ 4 Simulation - Energy Race
Dan Hosey
Inspired by AP1 2017-4, The time for two different tracks is calculated. 20 dots are superimposed on an image of the tracks. You drag the dots around. Energy is used to calculate the intial and final velocities, which are then used to compute the time for each interval. The 20 times intervals are then summed to give an approximate time to complete the track.

You can also toggle on a graph of speed vs horizontal position.
Modify 1765Energy
Simulations
Desmos1, C Mech
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(1764 Link)Critical Speeds on Banked Turn Desmos
Dan Hosey
This Desmos shows a graph of the minimum, maximum, and critical (no friction) speeds for a banked turn vs bank angle. You can vary the friction coefficient, turn radius, and g. Watching the graphs change when you vary u is very telling for the students.Modify 1764Forces
Simulations
DesmosC Mech
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(1763 Link)Flying Pig Pseudolab
Dan Hosey
This is a Direct Measurement Like video of the flying pig lab. Rulers are in the frame that one can use to get the radius or height of the conical pendulum. The video includes enough footage to time about 40 revolutions.

It can be derived that T=2pisqrt(H/g), where H is the vertical distance from the ceiling to the cm of the pig. Measuring H to be 65cm gives a period of 1.618 seconds. Timing 64.5 seconds/40 rev gives 1.613 seconds.

To see a graph of T(H): https://www.desmos.com/calculator/zgfkhhpnrj
Modify 1763Circular Motion
Labs & Demos, Videos
Direct Measurement Like Video1, C Mech
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(1762 Link)AP Physics 2 - Flipped Classroom Instructional Videos
Dan Marek
Sequential video lessons for AP Physics 2.Modify 1762All Year
Notes, Videos
All Year / All Semester, All Year / All Semester, General Physics Note Taking / Problem Sheet, Teacher Created, Instruction2
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(1761 Link)AP Physics 1 - Flipped Classroom Playlist
Dan Marek
This is a sequential list of all of the video lessons that I've created for AP Physics 1.Modify 1761All Year
Videos
All Year / All Semester, All Year / All Semester, General Physics Note Taking / Problem Sheet, Teacher Created, Instruction1
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(1755 .docx)
PhET Mass Spring Activity.docx
Dan Burns
PhET Masses and Springs Hooke's Law Activity
Students use F=kx to find spring constant without knowing actual x, find length of spring, find unknown mass, then g on Planet X. Good practice for Hooke's Law. - Dan Burns
Modify 1755Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
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(1754 .jpg)StaticBeams image
Dan Burns
Static Beam Lab: Students predict the tension for a horizontal beam supporting a weight and then for when the beam is at an angle to the horizontal. A force sensor allows them to test their prediction. Below is a picture of the beams in both configurations. - Dan BurnsModify 1754Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
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(1753 .docx)
Static Beam Lab.docx
Dan Burns
Static Beam Lab: Students predict the tension for a horizontal beam supporting a weight and then for when the beam is at an angle to the horizontal. A force sensor allows them to test their prediction. Below is a picture of the beams in both configurations. - Dan BurnsModify 1753Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
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(1752 .pdf)Lab - NL Determining coeff of Friction w Video Analysis.pdf
Unknown
LAB - Determining the Coefficient of Friction between two materials using video analysis.Modify 1752Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
25
(1751 Link)AP Physics 1 Dynamics Problem Set
Bob Enck, Dan Fullerton, and Paul Sedita
AP Physics 1 Dynamics Problem Set - Problem set built by Bob Enck, Dan Fullerton and Paul Sedita in an effort to start an AP-1 style problem bank. Feel free to print/use in your classrooms. Please don't re-post the files themselves, but rather only the links to the files, to allow us to quickly and easy update and continue to build upon these problems. Thank you! -- Dan Fullerton (dfullerton@aplusphysics.com). PS - anyone interested in adding on to these problems, we'd love the help!Modify 1751Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1
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(1750 .ppt)StaticBeam.ppt
Dan Burns
Rotating Beam and Center of Mass Powerpoint Slides I used these to create screencasts that I post on Youtube for my students. They are meant for students that miss class or want to see additional examples. Some are follow-up examples to labs and demos done in class. You could use them to show in class or to create your own screencasts with your own voice for your students to hear. Feel free to modify them as you wish. Attribution to me is not necessary but please send me any errors you notice or other comments that might improve them. Dan Burns (dburns@lgsuhsd.org)Modify 1750Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
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(1749 .ppt)CenterofMassSlides.ppt
Dan Burns
Rotating Beam and Center of Mass Powerpoint Slides I used these to create screencasts that I post on Youtube for my students. They are meant for students that miss class or want to see additional examples. Some are follow-up examples to labs and demos done in class. You could use them to show in class or to create your own screencasts with your own voice for your students to hear. Feel free to modify them as you wish. Attribution to me is not necessary but please send me any errors you notice or other comments that might improve them. Dan Burns (dburns@lgsuhsd.org)Modify 1749Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
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(1748 .wmv)
boat bridge for truck.wmv
Unknown
Buoyant Forces:
There must be lots that can be done with this video. A truck drives onto two small boats. The boats are pushed across the river. Bridges? We don't need no stinking bridges. How much water is displaced? What does the truck weigh? Fun to watch
Modify 1748Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
29
(1747 .doc)
Air Drag Lab_ap2.doc
Brendan Crowley
Drag Force Lab Using Coffee Filters, Motion Detector and PASCO 750 Interface
for AP Physics C students. This is based on Brendan Crowley's Coffee Filter.
Modify 1747Mechanics
Labs & Demos
1, C Mech
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(1746 .doc)
rocketlabDataStudio.doc
Dan Burns
Rocket Lab by Dan BurnsModify 1746Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
31
(1745 .MOV)
Egg side slo movie
Dan Burns
Slo-Mo 300 fps of Egg and Broom trick Dan BurnsModify 1745Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
32
(1744 .ppt)Elevators.ppt
Dan Burns
Elevator PowerPoint Slides - I use this presentation to prep for the elevator la mentioned above. - Dan BurnsModify 1744Mechanics
Labs & Demos, Notes, Problem Indexes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
33
(1743 .doc)
ElevatorLabNew.doc
Dan Burns

Elevator Lab: Data collected from a force probe with a 0.5 kg mass hanging from it. The elevator went up and down and up and down. Students determine what floors I stopped at in the 15 story building. Data file compatible with PASCO Data Studio - Dan Burn
Modify 1743Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
34
(1742 .JPG)WheelRoll2.JPG
Dan Burns
Picture of Rolling Hollow Cylinder with LED Strobe on inside Edge Taken with a iNova Micro Light LED in dim mode. - Dan BurnsModify 1742Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
35
(1741 .pdf)ModernYo-Yos.pdf
Dan Burns

Yo-Yo Lab and Teacher Information (Dan Burns) Student Lab sheet, handout on yo-yo physics, Teacher Guide, and other assorted items for you yo-yos out there.
Modify 1741Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
36
(1740 .doc)
yo-yo Report.doc
Dan Burns
Yo-Yo Lab and Teacher Information (Dan Burns) Student Lab sheet, handout on yo-yo physics, Teacher Guide, and other assorted items for you yo-yos out there.Modify 1740Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
37
(1739 .doc)
yo-yomeasuretrans.doc
Dan Burns
Yo-Yo Lab and Teacher Information (Dan Burns) Student Lab sheet, handout on yo-yo physics, Teacher Guide, and other assorted items for you yo-yos out there.Modify 1739Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
38
(1738 .doc)
yo-yolab.doc
Dan Burns
Yo-Yo Lab and Teacher Information (Dan Burns) Student Lab sheet, handout on yo-yo physics, Teacher Guide, and other assorted items for you yo-yos out there.Modify 1738Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
39
(1737 .doc)
yo-yoabstract.doc
Dan Burns
Yo-Yo Lab and Teacher Information (Dan Burns) Student Lab sheet, handout on yo-yo physics, Teacher Guide, and other assorted items for you yo-yos out there.Modify 1737Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
40
(1736 .pdf)Block_sphere.pdf
David Derbes
APC 1983 M3 (David Derbes) At what angle will a block slide off a frictionless, immobilized sphere?Modify 1736Mechanics
Notes
1, C Mech
41
(1735 .m4v)
NoSail video
Dan Burns
Newton's Third Law Powerpoint with Interactive Engagement Questions and movies Dan BurnsModify 1735Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
42
(1734 .m4v)
Sail video
Dan Burns
Newton's Third Law Powerpoint with Interactive Engagement Questions and movies Dan BurnsModify 1734Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
43
(1733 .mov)
Newt3ForceProbe
Dan Burns
Newton's Third Law Powerpoint with Interactive Engagement Questions and movies Dan BurnsModify 1733Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
44
(1732 .m4v)
Gun Recoil
Dan Burns
Newton's Third Law Powerpoint with Interactive Engagement Questions and movies Dan BurnsModify 1732Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
45
(1731 .ppt)Newton3 copy.ppt
Dan Burns
Newton's Third Law Powerpoint with Interactive Engagement Questions and movies Dan BurnsModify 1731Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
46
(1730 .MOV)
Swim Slo Mo video
Dan Burns
Newton's Third Law Powerpoint with Interactive Engagement Questions and movies Dan BurnsModify 1730Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
47
(1729 .jpg)NewtonPears
Clarence Bakken
Newton's Third Law Pears Dan Burns for Clarence BakkenModify 1729Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
48
(1728 .pdf)Forces_come_in_pairs_pdf.pdf
Joe Morin
Newton's Third Law Pairs/Pears description/handout - Joe MorinModify 1728Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
49
(1727 .doc)
Ideas on Teaching Weight.doc
Mitch Johnson
Digest of ideas on teaching the concept of weight & weightlessness from AP Listserv, June '08. Complied by Mitchell Johnson, posted by Bill Taylor.Modify 1727Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
50
(1726 Link)http://www.vectorpark.com /levers.html
Vectorpark.com
Equilibrium & Torques If you are a risk taker, give the following web site with no instructions other than to turn in a drawing or printout of the end. Tell them they will know when the end happens. I've done this two years in a row.
http://www.vectorpark.com /levers.html
Suggested by dcarr; posted by Bill Taylor

Equilibrium & Torques I give my students a meter stick, a loop of light string with which to suspend it from a pole stand, a standard mass (200 grams works well) and another loop of string to use in suspending that from the meter stick. The task: determine the mass of the meter stick. I let the kids check their result with a balance scale after they have finished their calculations. Usually, they find the task hard and do much more complicated calculations than are needed!
Suggested by Helen Young; Posted by Bill Taylor
Modify 1726Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
51
(1725 Link)Hookes Law Lab
Greg Jacobs
Hookes Law Lab by Greg Jacobs posted on College Board's website:Modify 1725Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
52
(1724 Link)AP Physics 1 Kinematics Problem Set
Bob Enck, Dan Fullerton, and Paul Sedita
AP Physics 1 Kinematics Problem Set - Problem set built by Bob Enck, Dan Fullerton and Paul Sedita in an effort to start an AP-1 style problem bank. Feel free to print/use in your classrooms. Please don't re-post the files themselves, but rather only the links to the files, to allow us to quickly and easy update and continue to build upon these problems. Thank you! -- Dan Fullerton (dfullerton@aplusphysics.com). PS - anyone interested in adding on to these problems, we'd love the help! Modify 1724Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1
53
(1723 Link) Warm Up AP B problems
Andrew Lawrence
Warm Up AP B problems - Here are warm up problems I used this year for kinematics review with my AP kids. They are in a google presentation located here (https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10hyEfBX9V-mNPlt0wdytaQq6hasFoWLvSMiP5mVIIMU/edit#slide=id.g1a1addb2_0_30). - Andrew Lawrence (alawrence@blmcchs.org)Modify 1723Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1
54
(1722 .pptx)
Freefall-Intro.pptx
Dan Burns
Free fall Introduction Powerpoint - Dan Burns Standard introduction to free fall. Determine the velocity and position of an object dropped from a 45 m cliff. To make it fun the object is Wile E. Coyote. I used these slides to create a screencast posted here: Free Fall Intro Screencast (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7za5sINJPs&feature=share&list=UUptDsTt-yiXJYYHGQWuqnfw).
You can freely use my screencast or Powerpoint slides. Even better, use the slides to make and post your OWN screencast. Your students want to hear you explaining things to them. You can make edits to the slides and take all the credit, I won't mind.
Modify 17222D Kinematics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
55
(1721 .doc)
Constant Accleration.doc
Dan Burns

Constant Acceleration Lab with Airtack and Spark Timer - Dan Burns
This is a basic intro to kinematics lab. It helps to have 1 airtrack for each 3-4 groups to collect their data in a timely fashion.
Modify 17211D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
56
(1720 Link)ConstantAccelLabReviewPart2.m4v
Dan Burns
Constant Acceleration Lab with Airtack and Spark Timer - Dan Burns
This is a basic intro to kinematics lab. It helps to have 1 airtrack for each 3-4 groups to collect their data in a timely fashion. I have a screencast that discusses the lab posted here: Part 2:
Modify 17201D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
57
(1719 Link)ConstantAccelLabReviewPart1.m4v
Dan Burns
Constant Acceleration Lab with Airtack and Spark Timer - Dan Burns
This is a basic intro to kinematics lab. It helps to have 1 airtrack for each 3-4 groups to collect their data in a timely fashion. I have a screencast that discusses the lab posted here: Part 1:
Modify 17191D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
58
(1718 .DOC)
MBLLabHW.DOC
Dan Burns
Motion Sensor Lab - This is a standard treatment of motion graphs using motion sensors. the instructions are written for using Data Studio. The other .doc file is a set of homework questions that go with the lab. I have included the Data Studio files that are mentioned in the lab - Dan BurnModify 17181D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
59
(1717 .doc)
MBL-LabDataStudio.doc
Dan Burns
Motion Sensor Lab - This is a standard treatment of motion graphs using motion sensors. the instructions are written for using Data Studio. The other .doc file is a set of homework questions that go with the lab. I have included the Data Studio files that are mentioned in the lab - Dan BurnsModify 1717Mechanics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
60
(1716 .doc)
02a_U2_C_lab3_fallchain_mod.doc
Lowell Herr,
Variable Acceleration Lab submitted by Marc Reif, inspired by a Project PHYSLab contribution from Lowell Herr, formerly of the Catlin Gabel School (I think it's Lowell's illustration, too). Intended for AP Physics C, after constant acceleration has been completed. Modify 1716Mechanics
Labs & Demos
C Mech
61
(1715 .docx)
02b_U2_C_lab3_fallchaindata.doc
Lowell Herr
Variable Acceleration Lab submitted by Marc Reif, inspired by a Project PHYSLab contribution from Lowell Herr, formerly of the Catlin Gabel School (I think it's Lowell's illustration, too). Intended for AP Physics C, after constant acceleration has been completed. Sample data using a length of chain lying on a rotary motion sensor is provided.Modify 1715Mechanics
Labs & Demos
C Mech
62
(1714 .pdf)Velocity Dependent Force Problems.pdf
Joe Morin
Velocity Dependent Force Problems. Author: Joe Morin. Type: Calculus that an APC student should be capable of doing on an APC exam. Guided worksheet to help students learn to solve velocity dependent force problems.Modify 1714Mechanics
Worksheets
C Mech
63
(1713 .pdf)Rayleigh Drag.pdf
Jeff Lawlis
Motion Equation with Drag Force. Author: Jeff Lawlis. Type: Derivation using Calculus. Covers the derivation of velocity as a function of time for objects experiencing a drag force at relatively high velocities, where drag force is proportional to velocity squared. This might be appropriate for advanced AP Physics students who are interested in Calculus techniques.Modify 1713Mechanics
Notes
C Mech
64
(1712 .pdf)air_resist.pdf
David Derbes
Air Resistance and other Drag Forces: Author: David Derbes. Type: Explanation and Derivation using Calculus. Covers velocity as a function of time for objects experiencing a drag force, both for the drag force proportional to the velocity and for the drag force proportional to the velocity squared. Appropriate for most Physics C students, including those interested in more advanced calculus techniques.Modify 1712Mechanics
Notes
1, C Mech
65
(1711 .doc)
Marble Ramp Inquiry Lab.doc
Bill Taylor
Marble and Ramp Inquiry Lab - Gives general instructions to students to investigate various physics of a marble rolling down a ramp. Suitable for second-year students (or maybe first-year after kinematics, forces, and energy has been covered). Submitted by Bill TaylorModify 17112D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
66
(1710 .pdf)APPhysics-Projectile_lab.pdf
Michael Berry
Projectile Motion Lab (Requires projectile launcher.) - Michael BerryModify 17102D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
67
(1709 .doc)
APPhysics-Projectile_lab.doc
Michael Berry
Projectile Motion Lab (Requires projectile launcher.) - Michael BerryModify 17092D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
68
(1708 .pdf)max_range.pdf
David Derbes
Maximizing the range of a projectile with a non-zero initial height -- Done with and without calculus, the latter as given in an article in American Journal of Physics (Feb. 1982, p. 181, P. Palffy-Muhoray and D. Balzarini) David DerbesModify 17082D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
1, C Mech
69
(1707 .doc)
DragRace.doc
Dan Burns
Lab Instructions for a Lab using R:Racing Evolution Game Cube Game Drag Race Course - Dan BurnsModify 17071D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
70
(1706 .doc)
Graphs and Tracks.doc
Dan Burns
Lab Writeup for Physics academics Software Graphs and Tracks Program - Dan BurnsModify 17061D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
71
(1705 .ppt)MBL.ppt
Dan Burns
Kinematics Interactive Engagement Position and velocity Graphs Power Point for use with Clickers or Index cards - Dan BurnsModify 17051D Kinematics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
72
(1704 .ppt)Acceleration.ppt
Dan Burns
Kinematics Interactive Engagement Acceleration Power Point for use with Clickers or Index cards - Dan BurnsModify 17041D Kinematics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
73
(1703 .doc)
03 - Galileo (2 page).doc
Mark Hossler
Galileo's Incline Plane - Even though I include it in my lab manual, I never have actually done this lab. Part of me wants to wait until they can derive a = g sin (theta), so I postpone it and inevitably forget about it. Works will with a PASCO track and a small marble. Introduces graphing techniques and meaning of slope. Submitted by: Mark W. Hossler, mhossler@landmark-cs.orgModify 17031D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1
74
(1702 .xls)Motion Graphs with Sliders.xls
Unknown
Motion Graphs with Slider - Yet another spreadsheet. X, V, and A are varied with sliders. The XT and VT graphs change accordingly with the equation shown on the graph. It's real simple, but I find it a great way to show the relationship between quantities and graphs.Modify 17021D Kinematics
Labs & Demos, Notes
Gen Phys, 1
75
(1701 Link)Walking Records
Dan Hosey
These walking files, and my original 4 walking files and record boards can be found at www.mrhosey.com/walk
Modify 17011D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1
76
(1700 Link)Scored Logger Pro Graph Matching
Dan Hosey
Scored Versions of the Built In Logger Pro walks 01b to 01g.
Graphs now include scores for position, velocity, and speed matching.
I also started 'Live' online leaderboards.
Modify 17001D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1
77
(1699 .pdf)Vernier Graphing Your Motion
Vernier
Graphs made using a Motion Detector can be used to study motion. In this experiment, you will use a Motion Detector to make graphs of your own motion. Modify 16991D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1
78
(1698 .docx)
WS_Projectile_Motion.docx
Joe Morin
Projectile Motion Worksheet
This is not a lab. Practically speaking, there are about 10 different kinds of projectile motion problems. This worksheet discusses the different possible combinations of known and unknown variables, and provides an example of each ranging from "easy" to "insanely hard". ~ Joe Morin
Modify 16982D Kinematics
Worksheets
Gen Phys, 1
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(1697 Link)XVT Spreadsheet
Dan Hosey
Adjustable XVT Graphs
Another spreadsheet I created. (XVT Spreadsheet) Quickly creates XT, VT, AT Excel Graphs suitable for pasting into other programs. Allows you to enter the times at which you would like changes to the motion. You can change the Acceleration, Velocity, and Position at any time by modifying a table of 'Events'. Each of the 3 graphs will change accordingly. I got the idea of making this from another XVT spreadsheet I saw online. Unfortunately I do not remember whom to give credit.
~ Dan Hosey
Modify 16971D Kinematics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1
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(1696 Link)Adjustable Projectile Motion Problems.xls
Dan Hosey
Adjustable Projectile Motion Problems - This is not a lab. It is a spreadsheet that allows you to create projectile motion problems on the fly with answers. The standard questions such as flight time, range, velocity components at landing etc are included. I have also found it useful in a lab situation where students must predict the landing point of a projectile where the initial velocity and launch angle are known. It serves a a cheat sheet for the instructor. It's also a great way to generate sets of projectile motion problems with answers for extra student practice, for example in a jigsaw type activity.
~ Dan Hosey
Modify 16962D Kinematics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
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(1695 .doc)
Crossfire_ProjectileMotion.doc
Unknown
Projectile Motion Equations - Document shows the derivation for a variety of equations dealing with various projectile motion problems, including ground to air, air to ground, ground to ground passing through a specific point i.e. pirate ship firing over an island mountain top.Modify 16952D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
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WaterBalloonLab.doc
John Pinkerton
Water Balloon Lab - Students calculate the trajectory and impact point of a water balloon to hit a volunteer (that would be you, the teacher). Offered by John Pinkerton, posted by Bill Taylor.Modify 16942D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
83
(1693 .pdf)Projectile Motion Lab.pdf
Mark Hossler
Projectile Motion Lab - At this point I cannot remember whether I made this lab or not, but I do know I have modified it beyond recognition if its from another source. I think the students appreciate going out to the football field and chucking tennis balls for a few minutes during the day. If they can do this on their own then they really know how to solve projectiles.
Submitted: Mark W. Hossler
Modify 16932D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1
84
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GG's Position Time Graph Match.doc
Vernier
GG's Position Time Graph Matching. A slight (very slight) variation on the Vernier motion match lab. Modified a bit to add a little more analysis to position time graphs and the linear equation that models constant v motion. Modified by Paul Lulai.Modify 16921D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1
85
(1691 .ppt)2D Kinematics PowerPoint.ppt
Peggy Bertrand
2D Kinematics PowerPoint.pptModify 16912D Kinematics
Notes
C Mech
86
(1690 .ppt)1D Kinematics PowerPoint.ppt
Peggy Bertrand
1D Kinematics PowerPoint.pptModify 16901D Kinematics
Notes
C Mech
87
(1689 .doc)
Kinematics Notes.doc
Peggy Bertrand
Kinematics Notes.docModify 16891D Kinematics
Notes
C Mech
88
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B 2-D Kinematics Notes PGP.docx
Peggy Bertrand
B 2-D Kinematics Notes PGP.docxModify 16882D Kinematics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1
89
(1687 .ppt)2-D Kinematics PowerPoint
Peggy Bertrand
2-D Kinematics PowerPoint Modify 16872D Kinematics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1
90
(1686 .ppt)Vectors PowerPoint
Peggy Bertrand
Vectors PowerPointModify 1686Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1
91
(1685 .doc)
Vectors Notes
Peggy Bertrand
Vectors NotesModify 1685Mechanics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1
92
(1684 .ppt)1D Kinematics PowerPoint
Peggy Bertrand
1D Kinematics PowerPointModify 16841D Kinematics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1
93
(1683 .docx)
B 1D Kinematics Notes PGP.docx
Peggy Bertrand
D Kinematics NotesModify 16831D Kinematics
Notes
Gen Phys, 1
94
(1682 .doc)
Coffee Filters.doc
Brendan Crowley
Coffee Filter Lab - Brendan Crowley
I do this lab during the first week of school for my AP-C students. It is adapted from the coffee filter lab presented in the AP Lab Guide from the College Board. I typically have the students use Excel to analyze their data, but I have them do it by hand in this lab since it is the first lab
Modify 16821D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
C Mech
95
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Go Go Go Metronome.doc
Chris Becke
Go! Go! Go! Introduction to d-t graphs using constant velocity cars and metronome. I use CV cars from Arbor Scientific and online metronome at http://www.metronomeonline.com/ set at 120. (adapted from Hewitt by Chris Becke)Modify 16811D Kinematics
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Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
96
(1680 .doc)
L} Walking a D vs.doc
Yvonne Eibeck
Walking a D vs t graph: Using poker chips, your data is like a ticker tape, but big scale (from Yvonne Eibeck).Modify 16801D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
97
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D} d vs t Simon Says.doc
Yvonne Eibeck
Simon Says with d vs t graphs (from Yvonne Eibeck)Modify 16791D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
98
(1678 .doc)
Paper Tape Timer Explo.doc
Exploratorium
Tape Timer Apparatus - designed by Don Rathjen of the SF Exploratorium, this is made from everyday materials.Modify 16781D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
99
(1677 .doc)
Lab 2 Spark Timer 07.doc
Bill Taylor
Lab by Bill Taylor after suggestions by Gardner Friedlander and others.Modify 16771D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
100
(1676 .doc)
human cannonball.doc
Paul Lulai
Human Cannonball Lab: Author: Paul Lulai (modified Holt lab). Lab Type: Problem Solving. Students must demonstrate calculations to help determine where to put a hoop & net for a human cannonball experiment.Modify 16761D Kinematics
Labs & Demos
Gen Phys, 1, C Mech
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