Category Archive: PreAP Homework

Jan
20

AP-1: Momentum test results and improvement opportunties

Test results from the momentum test were somewhat disappointing, in fact generally lower across the board that many of your performances leading into the holiday break.  As I say this, please note that some of you did very well, and I noted several students who beat the class average for the first time this year. …

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Jan
13

AP-1: Momentum HW #23

#26: This is your challenge problem and it is very hard, possibly beyond many of your abilities.  Do not fret!  It’s a bonus! Also, I cannot imagine a question this difficult, using the required knowledge base on your AP exam this spring. #23: This is a great question, and, I think, very much AP like …

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Dec
18

AP-1 Final Exam Data and Plans for Spring

Howdy, AP Physics 1 students.  By now you have probably seen your final exam grades.  I am quite pleased with your performance, in general.  Not to say that there isn’t work to be done, but many of you are showing great promise in your mastery of elementary physics and good potential as far as your …

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Nov
15

AP-1: 2D forces review materials

2D-forces-quiz-KEY A-Day: This is your quiz from Friday.  Please study and make sure you can reproduce my results.  You will get your quizzes back to review prior to your exam on Monday.  Many of you did very well, with only a few errors. B-Day: If you are looking at this message you may as well …

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Nov
12

AP-1: 2D force analysis practice answer key

Worksheet–2D force analysis–KEY

Nov
12

AP-1: Marshmallow Catapult project info

Project–Marshmallow Catapult Project–PreAP–rev 2014 Project–Marshmallow Catapult Rubric–PreAP–rev. 2014 Project–marshmallow catapult data info Formal lab outline, rev Fall 2014

Nov
05

AP-1 Projectiles notes and HW notes

Your class notes with problems completely worked out: PreAP Projectile Notes-problems worked out PreAP projectile examples Also a few notes about your HW: One reminder: These are all full-trajectory problems.  If, in the y-direction, you use the velocity at the top to be zero, recognize that the time you find with this data will be one-half …

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Oct
20

AP-1: Vectors and Forces 2, #21 & 22 plus worksheet problems

Newton’s 2nd Law problems from class:  Basic Newtons 2nd problems–KEY #21: A student stands on a bathroom scale in an elevator at rest on the 64th floor of a building. The scale reads X N.     (a) As the elevator moves up, the scale reading increases to Y N, then decreases back to X N. …

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