THE NEXT TWO WEEKS IN THE 807 :
(my best guess as of 1/23)
Mon (1/25) —
JM, BOW, Slide Show
Will hand out Part 1 of Take Home Test #5
Sheet 5.8 (15pt) Due for a Stamp/Call at beginning of class
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Tues (1/26) — Finish slide show
Sign up for Dane’s 2 Day workshop.
Will hand out Sheet 5.9 (2D Con of Mom) Finish up Sheet 5.9 at home
TUESDAY AT LUNCH (12:1212:55): NO NOPE NO NO ROCKETRY NOPE NO NOPE
TUESDAY EVENING (4:308:00PM) ROBOTICS
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Wed (1/27 )—
Finish up 5.9
Went over component method of Con of Mom.
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Thur(1/28) —
Will hand out Sheet 5.10 (More 2D Collisions) (Will be due with the packet)
Will hand out Part 2 of Take Home Test #5
THURSDAY AT LUNCH (12:1212:55): PART 1 OF DANE’S GALILEO’S COMPASS WORKSHOP
THURSDAY EVENING (4:308:00PM) ROBOTICS
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Fri (1/29) —
will finish up 5.10
Sheet 5.9 (15pt) Due for a Stamp/Call at beginning of class
FRIDAY AT LUNCH (12:1212:55): PART 2 OF DANE’S GALILEO’S COMPASS WORKSHOP
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THE WEEK AFTER (TEST WEEK):
Mon (2/1) — TRIBE DAY (Must have 2 sides done)
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Tues (2/2) — RED DAY
TUESDAY EVENING (4:307:30PM) ROBOTICS
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Wed (2/3 )— Wrap up day for Packet 5
GLANCE BALL!
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Thur(2/4) — 468pts for Packet 5!
200pt TEST, 120pt Pkt, 100pt Notebook, 48pt DIV
THURSDAY EVENING (4:307:30PM) ROBOTICS
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Fri (2/5) —
🎭🎪🎥🃏Feast and Film ! 🍗🍝🍔🍛
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Sun (2/7) —
SUNDAY AFTERNOON (2:00??6:00??PM) ROBOTICS
CAPTIONS WILL BE ADDED LATER THIS WEEKEND.


This week’s Book of the Week.


Dan Fleisch is a great teacher.


Dan Fleisch’s brilliant book on Maxwell’s equation. If it wasn’t for this book, I would have never met the Mystery Man.


Tensors


Tensors used in engineering


partial derivative tensors


Another way to represent vectors: As Column Vectors are a level 1 Tensor


A 3D column Vector.


Our wide ranging discussion covered about 4 major topics in Physics. The overriding theme was inertia.




Oh snap, you found it! go to this website and look at what I added tonight (Feb 3rd): https://vimeo.com/154128539



























Aristotle introduced the idea of a “Prime Mover”


Descartes had a big influence on Newton in his thoughts about inertia and momentum



The following dozen shots are of inertia.









“Dad, what’s inertia?” “Sorry, too trivial. Go and ask your mother!”






Newton’s “lil p”




Our first real suitcase! Suitcases are symbols that contain other symbols. Momentum contains mass and velocity, but wait . . . velocity is a small hand bag containing ∆x and t.


Conservation Laws are the foundation of Physics Mechanics.


The first Conservation Law was the Conservation of Mass.


Antoine . . . Antoine . . . wake up Antoine!


Mary Ann and Lavoisier


Mary Ann’s drawings of some of their equipment they used to prove Conservation of Mass.


We use Conservation of Mass to balance chemical equations


. . .


makes sense because in a typical chemical reaction the number of atoms in the reactants are the same as the number of atoms in the products.


Oops . . . Lavoisier didn’t know about energy.


Turns, mass is not always conserved. But energy is!











































This is one of the top 5 equations in Physics. E is energy, h is Plank’s Constant (6.626 × 10^34 m^2 kg / s) and nu is the frequency of the wave.


this shows pilot waves which indicate the higher level of energy (therefore higher relativistic mass) of the electron as it moves to the outer energy levels.


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