Dynamics - Grade 11 University Physics Homework Calendar

Dynamics: Learning Goals

 

 Date

Topic

Homework


Mar 21

 

Projectile Motion Assignment
Intro to Forces

3.1 Intro to Forces

Resources:

   Intro Forces Powerpoint

 

 

Mar
 22

 

Free Body Diagrams

3.1 Intro to Forces

 

Web Links:

       2D Force Vector Addition Guide (WB. 71)

What is cruise control?

 

BRING DEVICES and Headphones for Monday!

  • Drawing Free Body Diagrams (FBD):
    • complete WB 67 FBD at bottom (answers)
    • complete the Intro to Forces Worksheet WB 67a
       
  • Finding Fnet: (use WB. 71 and Tutorial 1 on p. 117 of your text to help you)

 

Mar 25
 

Newton's First Law of Motion

3.2 Newton's First Law of Motion

Web Links:

   Headrest Safety

   Seat Belt Safety

  • Newtons's First Law:
    • Use Text Section 3.2 to complete today's FIrst Law note
    • Watch the 1st Law video or use the 1st law Powerpoint to help you understand concepts
    • Complete WB 72 #1-3, 5-8
      • describe the situation BEFORE and AFTER and provide an explanation based on first law - (object .... stays ..... due to no Fnet) (use the examples to help model your answers)
    • Complete TB 129 #3-6, 9-10, 12
       
  • Newtons's Second Law:

 

Mar   26

 

Newton's Second Law of Motion

3.3 Newton's Second Law of Motion

 

Web Links:

     Second Law Air Cannon

  • Newton's Second Law:
    • watch the 2nd Law Intro video to complete the note WB 74-76
    • Complete the 2nd Law Examples note WB 74-76 using this video)
       
  • Complete the following questions:  
    • Second Law Worksheet WB 77 #1-4, 6-11 (answers)
    • if you have extra time, try some of TB 129 #2, 3, 5, 6, 12
    • Forces in 2D worksheet (answers)
       

 

Mar

27

OSSLT Day

3.3 Newton's Second Law of Motion

4.1 Gravitational Force Near the Earth

 

  • Copy the following note:
    • WB 78 (left side) Gravity Note  => Watch the YouTube Video Note
    • Be able to explain Free Fall and Terminal Velocity using FBD
  • Make sure you use the time to catch up with any work that you missed!
     

 

Mar

28

Newton's Second Law of Motion

Gravitational Force Near the Earth

3.3 Newton's Second Law of Motion

4.1 Gravitational Force Near the Earth

Web Links:
   Gravity - The Music Video!

   
Walking on the Moon
  
Is there gravity in space?

  • Second Law Practice from today (worksheet) (answers)
     
  • Review:
    • WB 78 (left side) Gravity Note  => Watch the YouTube Video Note
      • Be able to explain Free Fall and Terminal Velocity using FBD
         
  • Complete the following:

 

Mar 29

 

Newton's Third Law of Motion

3.4 Newton's Third Law of Motion

Web Link:
  
Fun With Third Law

   
Can You Blow Your Own Sail
   

   

  • Use Text Section 3.4 to complete today's note 
    • watch the 3rd Law video to help you understand concepts
    • 3rd law problem solving (click here)
    • Copy WB 81 Newton's Laws Flowchart (click here)  
  • Complete
    • TB 141 #3*,4-7, 9*
    • WB 79 #3, 6, 7, 9
    • Try some multiple choice practice -  TB. 153 #1, 3-7
       
    •  QUIZ on   FBD / 1st Law / 2nd Law / 3rd Law (intro) & Gravity/Weight

 

Apr 1

Friction - Introduction
Quiz - Newton's Laws & FBD

4.2 Friction

Web Links:
   Holy Banana Peels!

   Phonebook Friction I
  
Friction in Curling

  • Complete the following Friction (notes):
    • WB 85 (left side)
    • WB 86 (left side) 
  • Forces Calculation review:
  • quiz answers video

 

Apr 2

Friction

4.3 Solving Friction Problems

 

Web Links:
   Holy Banana Peels!

   Phonebook Friction I
  
Friction in Curling

  • Review the Friction   (notes)
     
  • Complete:
    • TB. 172 #2, 4, 11  - application questions to review friction concept
    • WB 87- complete the friction example problems using the note or video
    • WB 86 Fun with Friction worksheet  (click here) - (answers)
       
  • Prepare for the Assignment
    • it will cover topics up to and including 1st, 2nd, 3rd Law, and gravity
    • look over: Learning Goals

 

Apr 3

Forces In-Class Assignment

4.3 Solving Friction Problems

 

  • Complete:
  • Try some of the following:
    • extra Review Problems and Flowchart
      p. 172 #3, 5 (answers)
    • - (#5 is challenging - use logic to determine the effect of changing FN)
    • Try p. 177 #1, 4 (answers)
    •   - (#4c is challenging - it involves 2 part motion - find vf before cable snaps and use it as vi after it snaps)
    • Try p. 178 #7, 9, 10 (answers)
    •   - (#7b is challenging -  it involves 2 part motion- 2nd part there is no applied force)
       

 

Apr 4

Applications of Forces 4.4 Forces Applied to Automotive Technology
4.3
Solving Friction Problems
Web Links:
    Car Crumple Zones
  
 Headrest Safety     
  
Hydroplaning

     Winter Tire Compound
    
Winter Tire Tests
  • Write short notes to summarize the following using the textbook:
    • Car Tires - (TB 179) the purpose of tire grooves & hydroplaning
    • Winter vs Summer Tires - (research) compare different materials, pros/cons 
    • Plastic in Car Bodies - (TB 182) what is the physics behind its use? mass-> acceleration & forces
    • Air Bags/Crumple Zones - (TB 182) discuss the effect on time->acceleration->forces
    • Seatbelts (TB. 128)  
    • Headrests - (TB. 125) explain physics and type of collision involved
       

 

Apr 5

Friction Lab - In Class Measurements

3.5 Using Newton's Laws

Physics Lab Requirements

  • Prepare for Friction Lab Write-Up
    • Precision
    • Error Analysis (3 steps)
    • Conclusion (ie. what was the purpose of the lab?)
    •  Review friction concepts ( e.g. relationship between Fnormal/Ffriction/Coefficient of Friction / Friction at an angle?)

 

Apr 8

Tension Forces

Quiz - Friction

3.5 Using Newton's Laws
Web Link:
   Try this for Tension!

 

  • Complete Third Law Tension  note
  •   video
  • Complete the following:
    • WB 82-83 (check answers in note)
    • WB 79 #10 (try #11 too)
    • Try TB. 147 #1-2, 6
    • Extra 2D tension problems (TB. 156 #39, TB. 177 #3)
       

 

Apr 9

Friction Lab Write Up
 

 

 

 

 

 

Apr 10

 

Quiz - Tension

 

 

  • Prepare for In Class Assignment (LOOK OVER THE LEARNING GOALS!)
    • Applications of Newton's Laws (1st / 2nd /3rd)
    • Review Auto Applications:
      • headrest/seatbelt/crumple zones/air bags/plastic car bodies
    • Gravity Applications (terminal velocity/free fall)
    • Friction Applications (change Ffr/u/FN,  IMFs)
       

 

Apr 11

 

 Applications Assignment

 

 

  • Try some of the following:
    • M/C - TB. 153 #1, 3-7;   TB. 198 #1-4, 7,9, 12
    • FBD - TB. 155 #23-25;   TB. 209 #28, 30, 48
    • 2nd Law - TB. 156 #36, 45, 67;   TB. 209 #35
    • 3rd Law - TB.  156 #41, 43, 60, 61;   TB.  209 #41, 66, 69
    • Gravity - TB.  199 #21, 24, 28, 47;   TB. 209 #46
    • Friction - TB.  200 #36;  TB.  209 #52, 55, 72
       

 

Apr 15

 Forces Test

 

 

  • review:
    • WB. 89 using the following Powerpoint or (video) and your textbook p. 236
    • State the Law of Conservation of Energy
    • Define Mechanical Energy

 

 

Apr 16

 

Intro to Energy

 

Web Links:
   OK GO Rube Goldberg Machine

   Human Rube Goldberg Machine

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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