PhyFl18SS3.3.1 Taken right before the In House Preseason Tournament. There are at least a few future millionaires in this picture.
PhyFl18SS3.3.2 1st Semester Hall of Famers. Chosen by proven brilliance of mind.
PhyFl18SS3.3.3 Monday’s outline
PhyFl18SS3.3.4 Prob 3.7.2a
PhyFl18SS3.3.5 Prob 3.7.2a and 2b
PhyFl18SS3.3.6 Prob 3.7.3
PhyFl18SS3.3.7 Prob 3.7.3
PhyFl18SS3.3.8 Prob 3.7.3
PhyFl18SS3.3.9 Deriving the Blue Quad
PhyFl18SS3.3.10 Blue Quad
PhyFl18SS3.3.11 Sheet 3.3 (front)
PhyFl18SS3.3.12 Sheet 3.3 (Front) adding vectors
PhyFl18SS3.3.13 Sheet 3.3 (top of back)
PhyFl18SS3.3.14 Sheet 3.3 the back
PhyFl18SS3.3.15 Tuesday’s bullet points
PhyFl18SS3.3.16 3rd hours’s Rocket Launch data
PhyFl18SS3.3.17 6th hours’s Rocket Launch data
PhyFl18SS3.3.18 36th hours’s Rocket Launch data
PhyFl18SS3.3.19 percent difference between the two different techniques to determine launch velocity
PhyFl18SS3.3.20 7th hours rocket launch data
PhyFl18SS3.3.21 7th hours rocket launch data
PhyFl18SS3.3.22 VERY IMPORTANT! Shows acceleration vectors in green (with magnitudes = g) and the various velocity vectors of the rocket
PhyFl18SS3.3.23 Prob 3.7.6
PhyFl18SS3.3.24 A negative trio graph of Prob 3.7.6
PhyFl18SS3.3.25 Another example of a negative trio
PhyFl18SS3.3.26 An example of a positive trio
PhyFl18SS3.3.27 Wednesday’s bullet points
PhyFl18SS3.3.28 THursday’s bullet points
PhyFl18SS3.3.29 Prob 3.3 Back: Component Method and stack and rack
PhyFl18SS3.3.30 This is our class data from dropping the basketball from a the ceiling in the room (considered a small height) Small heights are any height where the time of fall is less than 1 second. The MAJOR problem with this time data is that it reduces down to 1 sig fig after you take into account the human reaction time (±0.15sec). One sig fig data is the death sentence in science. NOBODY will believe you.
PhyFl18SS3.3.36 Momentum is “moving inertia” We will study it in detail 2nd semester. Its the reason an object will keep on rising (but slowing down) after the upward force is removed. The object wants to keep going and going until the earth’s gravitational field gently calls it back home.
PhyFl18SS3.3.37 Prob 3.7.7
PhyFl18SS3.3.38 Prob 3.9.1 Vector PUZZLES!
PhyFl18SS3.3.39 We just mentioned the idea of MULTIPLYING vectors. Thats a second semester thing. Two ways to multiply vectors: Dot Products and Cross Products
PhyFl18SS3.3.40 Dot products are the source of all energy from forces. Cross Products are the source of all rotations and twists
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PhyFl18SS3.3.42 . . . .
PhyFl18SS3.3.43 These people take recorders to heights I have never heard before.
PhyFl18SS3.3.44 The Stella crowd was large on Saturday morning. Perhaps I should open my own coffee shop when I retire. What would I call it?