## Unit 2: Study Guide

Handout

15 Points

Due 11/2 (Day of test)

This is an all or nothing grade, so

You will get full points for attempting everything.

If you lost your packet, you can print another one from the link below.

Turn-in Method: Stamp

15 Points

Due 11/2 (Day of test)

This is an all or nothing grade, so

__.__**attempt everything**You will get full points for attempting everything.

If you lost your packet, you can print another one from the link below.

Turn-in Method: Stamp

## Unit 2: Engineering Challenge - Egg Cars

7 Days in Class to Complete (then homework)

Due Wednesday 11/1

Day 1 -3

1. Ask questions and define problems

2. Develop and use models

Day 4-5

3. Planning and carrying out investigations

Day 6-7

4. Analyzing and interpreting data

5. Using mathematics and computational thinking

6. Construct Explanations

7. Engagin in armument with evidence

8. Communicating Information

Turn-in Method: Google Classroom (iMovie submitted to form)

Due Wednesday 11/1

Day 1 -3

1. Ask questions and define problems

2. Develop and use models

Day 4-5

3. Planning and carrying out investigations

Day 6-7

4. Analyzing and interpreting data

5. Using mathematics and computational thinking

6. Construct Explanations

7. Engagin in armument with evidence

8. Communicating Information

Turn-in Method: Google Classroom (iMovie submitted to form)

## Motion Collage (Google Classroom)

No Handout

Due Tuesday 10/24

10 Points

Follow the directions and complete your work on the Google Doc attached on Google Classroom.

The six boxes on the second page are there to provide an example and help. Only fill out the top six boxes.

Turn-in Method: Google Classroom

Due Tuesday 10/24

10 Points

Follow the directions and complete your work on the Google Doc attached on Google Classroom.

The six boxes on the second page are there to provide an example and help. Only fill out the top six boxes.

Turn-in Method: Google Classroom

## PhEt: Friction and Motion Basics (Google Classroom)

No Handout

Due: Monday 11/23

10 Points

Use the drawing feature (edit picture) on Google Docs to add the

Make sure that each picture has the four required force arrows with the appropriate:

Turn-in Method: Google Classroom

Due: Monday 11/23

10 Points

Use the drawing feature (edit picture) on Google Docs to add the

__arrows to the__**four**__pictures.__**four**Make sure that each picture has the four required force arrows with the appropriate:

- Magnitude (size)
- Direction
- Label

Turn-in Method: Google Classroom

## Float your boat Lab (PG 44)

No Handout

Due: Friday 10/20

Points: 10

Due: Friday 10/20

Points: 10

**Force diagram requirements:**- Draw your boat in each of the three situations (see Slides linked below).
- Force Arrows:
- Make sure the
of all of your force arrows are to scale (i.e. the biggest force has the biggest arrow).**magnitude** - Make sure the
of the force arrows are correct.**directions**- Have one arrow pointing up to represent the buoyant force (labeled )
- Have one arrow pointing down to represent the force of gravity (labeled ).

- Make sure the force arrows are correctly
**labeled**- Buoyant force is labeled Fb.
- Force of gravity is labeled Fg.

- Make sure the

*Hints:*

If opposite forces are

If opposite forces areIf opposite forces are

__balanced__, they will be the__same size__. The object will__not__have a net force. The object will__not__move/sink.If opposite forces are

__unbalanced__, they will be__different sizes__. The object will have a__net force__. The object will__move/sink__in the direction of the larger force.## Newton's Law Demos (PG 43)

Handout

Done in Class

Use the demos to help you understand inertia, friction, Newton's 3 laws, and the law of universal gravitation.

Done in Class

Use the demos to help you understand inertia, friction, Newton's 3 laws, and the law of universal gravitation.

## What is force Notes (PG 42)

Handout

Done in class

Done in class

## analyzing Graphs (See-run-do) (PG41)

Handout

Done in class

Due: Wednesday 10/11

Draw the graphs with all requirements for a graph. Answer the questions by re-wording the question into your answer.

Use the Slides linked below to see the graphs and questions.

Turn-in Method: Stamp Check

Done in class

Due: Wednesday 10/11

Draw the graphs with all requirements for a graph. Answer the questions by re-wording the question into your answer.

Use the Slides linked below to see the graphs and questions.

Turn-in Method: Stamp Check

## Speed Calculations (PG 40)

Handout

Due Monday 10/9

5 Points

Color code the two numbers given in the question.

Due Monday 10/9

5 Points

Color code the two numbers given in the question.

- Write the equation
**s=d/t****d=st****t=d/s**

- Fill in the two values you know (WITH UNITS).
- Write and box your answer (WITH UNITS).

## Speed vs Time Graphs (PG 39)

Handout

Done in class

This will be your cheat sheet to help you transition between position graphs, speed graphs, and acceleration.

Take a few minutes every night to quiz yourself on these graphs.

Done in class

This will be your cheat sheet to help you transition between position graphs, speed graphs, and acceleration.

Take a few minutes every night to quiz yourself on these graphs.

## Notes: Speed vs Time (PG 38)

Handout

## NEWTONS FOLDABLE/ Bill Nye Notes (PG 37)

Handout

Use the "Newton's Force Slides" attached below to complete this assignment.

On the back of each law, write a complete sentence stating the law (if there is an equation include it).

Draw a force diagram to represent each law.

The bigger the force, the bigger the arrow.

Label your arrows (i.e. force of gravity would be Fg)

Use the "Newton's Force Slides" attached below to complete this assignment.

On the back of each law, write a complete sentence stating the law (if there is an equation include it).

Draw a force diagram to represent each law.

__Force Diagram Requirements:__The bigger the force, the bigger the arrow.

Label your arrows (i.e. force of gravity would be Fg)

## Notes: Measuring Motion (PG 36)

Handout

## Quad Day Lab (Google Classroom)

Quad Day: Speed Graph (Google Classroom)

Points 10
Due Date Wednesday 10/4 Work with your team to collect data, create Google Sheet Graphs, and answer the analysis questions. Data Table Help: We used the lab feature on our phones to collect data (which records the time between meters). On scratch paper, use addition to calculate the total time it took to get to that distance. Replace the lap time with the total time on your data table. Use this for your graph. Google Sheet Graphing Help: 1) Open a new Google Sheet 2) Title each column with units in parentheses (distance (m) in first column) 3) Make sure it is a line graph. 4) Change title to the title of the activity |
Last week we created our experiment graphs (IV vs dV). Now, create three speed graphs from your data. 1) Copy over one set of time data. 2) Select the both columns of data including (including the column titles) and select "Insert Chart." 3) Your graph should have ONE LINE. It should show time on the x-axis and distance on the y-axis. 4) Change your graph title. |

## Measuring Motion LAb (Google Classroom)

10 Points

Done in Class

Work with a team to collect data and answer the analysis questions.

Done in Class

Work with a team to collect data and answer the analysis questions.

## Unit 2 Vocabulary

Due: Tuesday 9/26

Points: 10

Tape both vocabulary pages to the same INB page.

Use Quizlet and CK-12 to write pictures and definitions on the flaps when they are closed.

Quiz yourself by looking at the definition/picture and guessing the word.

Turn in method: INB Check

Points: 10

Tape both vocabulary pages to the same INB page.

Use Quizlet and CK-12 to write pictures and definitions on the flaps when they are closed.

Quiz yourself by looking at the definition/picture and guessing the word.

Turn in method: INB Check

## Unit 2 SLO

Done in class.

## Unit 2 Cover PAge

Due: Tuesday 9/26

Points: 5

Follow directions on page 6 of your INB.

Find Unit Title on page 6.

Find 4 chapter titles for unit 2 in CK-12.

Turn-in method: INB Check

Points: 5

Follow directions on page 6 of your INB.

Find Unit Title on page 6.

Find 4 chapter titles for unit 2 in CK-12.

Turn-in method: INB Check