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AP-C: Momentum problems and quiz key

APC momentum quiz KEY and extra problems


AP-1: Newton’s 2nd Law practice

AP-1–Newtons 2nd practice (force)


Fare thee well, class of 2014!

Ladies and Gentlemen of the class of 2014: It’s been super fun.  Really.  I’m not a big fan of goodbye’s, but I would be in denial if I told you that many of us would meet, together as a group, once more on this Earth.  You have been an amazing class, and through all of …

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PreAP: Post Spring Break Class Schedule

Monday (3/17): Introduce Projects.  Projects due on March 28. Tuesday- Thursday: Project work in Library.  Go directly to Library. Friday: The EM Spectrum.  Read Young’s Experiment notes over weekend. notes–youngs double slit Monday (3/24): Quiz(es): Over Color & EM Spectrum.  Class topic: Young’s Experiment Tuesday: Wrap up Young’s Experiment Wed:Quiz: Young’s Experiment and diffraction Thursday: …

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How to write a simple purpose/theory section for a lab report:

Be BRIEF.  Be Concise.  Be Specific.  In the theory, explain where the data is coming from and what is being done with it and why. Specifically: What was done (in the lab)? What data was gathered/what was measured? What was done with the data?  How was it analyzed? What outcome is predicted from the analysis?  …

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Tutoring Schedule, Last week of Fall 2013

Tutoring Schedule Finals week Fall 2013 All review, including test corrections if applicable, must be made up by Wednesday.  All make up exams for the last test must be done by the end of the day Thursday.  NO EXCEPTIONS.


PreAP Torque Worksheet answer KEY

Worksheet–Torque (revised 2013 w-key)


High School Aerospace Scholars (NASA) Summer Program

High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS) 2013-2014 is in full swing.  The application is now open for Texas high school juniors to apply.  The deadline for submitting an application is Friday, November 15th.  Please visit our web site at:   HAS is a NASA unique opportunity for students who are interested in science, technology, engineering, …

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