October AssignmentsIB Physics 1
201617 School Year
Monday, Oct. 3

Tuesday, Oct. 4

Wednesday,
Oct. 5 
Notes/discussion: displacement, distance, speed and velocity
*We are now in the Mechanics unit. You will find all notes posted on the syllabus page for topic 2: Mechanics watched video clip of a cheetah running in slow motion and then against Usain Bolt 
Thursday, Oct. 6

Lab: Relative Velocity (get through as much as possible)

Friday, Oct. 7

Lab: Relative velocityfinish data collection (#11) for 2d example
HW: reminderWA 4 (Vectors) due on Tuesday HW: PostLab WA: Relative Velocity due on Thursday (change from what I said in class :) ) Quiz next Wednesday on vectors and vector addition 
Monday, Oct. 10

Columbus DayNo School for Students

Tuesday, Oct. 11

Practice Problems: Vector Addition and Relative Velocity

Wednesday
Oct. 12 
Quiz: Vector Addition

Thursday, Oct. 13

Lab, day 1: Graphing Motion

Friday, Oct. 14

Lab, day 2: Graphing Motion
Postlab (WA) due next Tuesday 
Monday, Oct. 17

Notes/Discussion: Graphical analysis of motion
prelab: uniform accelerated motion 
Tuesday, Oct. 18

Lab, Day 1: Uniform accelerated motionprompt = Determine the acceleration of the cart through the relationship of velocity with respect to position.
Use this LoggerPro fileplease remember to save it to your own resources Formal data analysis due on Friday, October 28 
Wednesday, Oct. 19

PSAT: No class

Thursday, Oct. 20

Lab, Day 2: Uniform accelerated motion
Finish data collection (if necessary) and begin working on the analysis. This is your only guaranteed day to work in class. 
Monday, Oct. 24

notes/practice problems: kinematic equations (continued from Friday)

Tuesday, Oct. 25

group practice problems: uniform accelerated motion

Wednesday, Oct. 26

minilab: FreeFall

Thursday, Oct. 27

Study hall/work period on uniform accelerated motion lab

Friday, Oct. 28

minilab discussion. Journal entry: discuss the accuracy and the precision of the class determination of the acceleration of freefalling objects (class determination = 9.88 m/s^2, accepted worldwide average = 9.81 m/s^2)
Quiz: Kinematic Equations 
Monday, Oct. 31

Notes/practice problems: freefall
