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AP Physics

Week 9 (10/18-10/22)

Monday

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Quiz--Momentum Test--Energy & Momentum Angular Quantities Uniform Circular Motion Law of Gravity
Kepler's Laws

Equipment needed:  pen/pencil, scientific calculator, notebook will be needed everyday

Assignments:

Lab Report--Impulse due Monday 10/18

Lab Report--Elastic Collisions due Friday 10/22

Chapter 7 pp. 244250: Problems: Due Monday 10/25
Angular Measure:  5, 6, 7, 9, 13, 15
Angular Velocity:  25, 27, 28, 31, 33
Uniform Circular Motion:  43, 45, 47, 48, 51, 53, 55
Angular Acceleration:  61, 63, 65
Law of Gravitation:  76, 77, 79, 80, 82
Kepler's Laws:  89, 91, 93, 94

Important Vocabulary:

bulletangular displacement, p. 211
bulletradian, p. 211
bulletaverage angular speed, p. 214
bulletaverage angular velocity, p. 214
bulletinstantaneous angular velocity, p. 214
bullettangential speed, p. 215
bulletperiod, p. 216
bulletfrequency, p. 216
bullethertz, p. 216
bulletuniform circular motion, p. 217
bulletcentripetal acceleration, p. 218
bulletcentripetal force, p. 222
bulletaverage angular acceleration, p. 224
bullettangential acceleration, p. 225
bulletUniversal Law of Gravitation, p. 227
bulletuniversal gravitational constant, p. 227
bulletgravitational potential energy, p. 231
bulletKepler's First Law, p. 235
bulletKepler's Second Law, p. 236
bulletKepler's Third Law, p. 236
bulletescape speed, p. 237

Important Equations:

F = Dp/Dt (Newton's 2nd Law)

pinitial = pfinal

Useful links:    
AP Yearly Schedule
Your textbook companion site,

Physics Classroom
    Work-Energy & Power
    Impulse & Momentum

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Howstuffworks
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    How Air Bags Work
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