Here are pics from this week. I’ll add captions as I get time:
Make sure you separate packets by having a cover page. This is where you write and answer the four questions.
Duets are for kinematics that don’t involve acceleration.
Another example of a duet.
Here is a duet where you start with the v vs. t graph and end up with a x vs. t graph by taking the integrals (areas) of the sections of graph below and showing how that area is accumulating on the graph above.
Sheet 2.1 (the back)
Another name for taking area is “integration”. It’s the $50 word.
Showing how you write the integrals.
When you go to the graph below you are taking the derivative (or slope). When you go to the graph above you are taking area (or integrals).
words of wisdom. I gave up trying to teach you anything years ago.
Aristotle was an amazing philosopher but a lousy scientist.
Galileo as a young man.
Galileo’s middle finger. The original rebel.
A recreation of Galileo’s inclined plane.
Galileo later added bells.
“and still it moves”
Where Galileo’s followers did the falling object’s experiment.
Remember, one of your Division opportunities is to take a few pics of you with the Galileo exhibits at the OU Library.
We’ll discuss this more next week.
The title of my book one day.
Here is the graph we made from the famous inclined plane experiment.