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Monday, April 23

  1. page Uniform Circular Motion Experiment edited ... 10+ trials Computer Spreadsheet: 1) Trial Radius (m) Time for 10 Revs (sec) Period (T)=…
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    10+ trials
    Computer Spreadsheet:
    1)
    Trial
    Radius (m)
    Time for 10 Revs (sec)
    Period (T)= Time/ 10 (sec)
    Velocity= 2*Pi*r/T (m/s)
    10+ trials
    2)
    . Graph of Force vs. Velocity
    Number of Washers
    Radius (m)
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    Force of washers
    (F = mg) (N)
    1) Graph of Radius vs. Velocity
    Trial
    Radius (m)
    Time for 10 Revs (sec)
    Period (T)= Time/ 10 (sec)
    Velocity= 2*Pi*r/T (m/s)
    10+ trials

    Graph:
    Google Drive: Data & Calculation Table and Graphs
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    7:43 am

Thursday, April 5

  1. page Ohm's law lab edited ... Due in Glassroom Classroom Purpose - Find the relationship between resistance and current…
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    Due in GlassroomClassroom
    Purpose - Find the relationship between resistance and current and voltage.
    Materials - Circuit board and Variable Voltage Supply (include picture of set-up)
    Data - Record data on provided sheets. Put onto spreadsheet and cut and paste into document
    Graphs -
    1. Resistance vs. Current
    2. Voltage
    vs. Resistance
    2.
    Current vs. Voltage
    Determine relationships and straighten as needed.
    Calculations
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    7:01 am

Wednesday, March 21

  1. page Wiring Box edited ... Link to great schematic Part 1 - Design Game box ... - Use Inspiration or SmartBoard a c…
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    Link to great schematic
    Part 1 - Design Game box
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    - Use Inspiration or SmartBoarda computer software to
    Questions - Develop higher order questions for on your box. See link: http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/intranet/committees/FacDevCom/guidebk/teachtip/questype.htm
    Use MS Publisher or similar software to create the top of your box with the questions embedded in the design.
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    6:18 am

Thursday, March 8

  1. page Wiring Box edited ... Questions - Develop higher order questions for on your box. See link: http://honolulu.hawaii.e…
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    Questions - Develop higher order questions for on your box. See link: http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/intranet/committees/FacDevCom/guidebk/teachtip/questype.htm
    Use MS Publisher or similar software to create the top of your box with the questions embedded in the design.
    Criteria
    Possible points
    Earned points
    Used features of Inspiration or SmartBoard to develop schematic
    10
    Schematic is easy to read and follow
    10
    Color embedded design
    10
    Questions created on MS Publisher or Word
    10

    Part 2 - Build and wire your game box - Grade based on materials, care of construction, function, and quality of questions.
    CATEGORY
    20 19
    18 17 16
    15 14 13 12
    11 - lower
    Construction -Materials
    Appropriate materials were selected and creatively modified in ways that made them even better.
    Appropriate materials were selected and there was an attempt at creative modification to make them even better.
    Appropriate materials were selected.
    Inappropriate materials were selected and contributed to a product that performed poorly.
    Construction - Care Taken
    Great care taken in construction process so that the structure is neat, attractive and follows plans accurately.
    Constuction was careful and accurate for the most part, but 1-2 details could have been refined for a more attractive product. .
    Construction accurately followed the plans, but 3-4 details could have been refined for a more attractive product.
    Construction appears careless or haphazard. Many details need refinement for a strong or attractive product.
    Function
    Structure functions extraordinarily well, holding up under atypical stresses. All parts work.
    Structure functions well, holding up under typical stresses. Half of the circuit works
    Structure functions pretty well, but deteriorates under typical stresses. A few parts work.
    Fatal flaws in function with complete failure under typical stresses. Nothing works.
    Quality of questions
    All questions are higher order requiring analysis or application of physics principles. (See Bloom's link)
    One question is higher order requiring analysis or application of physics principles.
    All questions are lower order requiring understanding or remembering of physics principles.
    No questions related to physics principles.

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    11:22 am

Thursday, February 22

  1. page Power lab edited ... 1. Conversions: centimeters to meters(100 cm = 1 m) ... 39.4 in) (if needed) pounds to …
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    1. Conversions:
    centimeters to meters(100 cm = 1 m)
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    39.4 in) (if needed)
    pounds to newtons (1 lb = 4.45 N)
    2. Total displacement
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    7:09 am
  2. page Ohm's law lab edited ... Report - Via Google Drive Due in Glassroom Purpose - Find the relationship between resis…
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    Report - Via Google Drive Due in Glassroom
    Purpose - Find the relationship between resistance and current and voltage.
    Materials - Circuit board and Variable Voltage Supply (include picture of set-up)
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    6:35 am

Tuesday, February 13

  1. page Coulombs Law Balloons edited ... Graph #2 - 1/Distance vs. Force Graph #3 - 1/Distance^2 vs. Force Calculations: None Calcu…
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    Graph #2 - 1/Distance vs. Force
    Graph #3 - 1/Distance^2 vs. Force
    Calculations: NoneCalculations - Take the y = mx + b formula from final graph and re-write to show graph variables and units.
    Questions:
    1. Compare the slope from your graph to other groups. Why is there a variation?
    2. How does this lab relate to the formula for Coulomb's law?
    3. What is k and why is it needed in the formula?
    4. What is a coulomb of charge?
    5.
    What was
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    and distance?
    2.

    6.
    Where else
    Conclusion
    Standard - Restate purpose, list results (include relationships and mathematical findings), discussion to prove your results and statement of errors (be specific).
    Purpose, result, discussion, errors.
    LAB OPTION 2 - Finding charge on a balloon
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    11:42 am
  2. page Coulombs law lab (honors) edited ... Force - Distance the balloon moves from orginal location Graphs Click on link for explanation…
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    Force - Distance the balloon moves from orginal location
    Graphs Click on link for explanation via Educreations (may take awhile to load)
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    vs. r (layout 1)(no formula)
    F vs. 1/r (layout 1)(no formula)
    F vs. 1/r^2 - (layout 9)(insert formula)
    Calculations - Take the y = mx + b formula from final graph and re-write to show graph variables and units.
    Questions
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    2. How does this lab relate to the formula for Coulomb's law?
    3. What is k and why is it needed in the formula?
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    is a coulombs?coulomb of charge?
    Conclusion - Standard - Restate purpose, list results (include relationships and mathematical findings), discussion to prove your results and statement of errors (be specific).
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    11:37 am

Thursday, February 8

  1. page Energy Project edited ... Part 2 - Country Carbon Footprint - Each member must write a opinion page or insert a personal…
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    Part 2 - Country Carbon Footprint - Each member must write a opinion page or insert a personal 3 minute podcast or video and post on group website about a developed and developing nations voluntary pledges to reduce carbon emissions. What energy sources should your nation use and why?
    Developing vs. Developed Nation List
    Developed Country
    Info on Climate Change Summit
    Answer these questions-
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    8:14 am

Tuesday, February 6

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