Learning Targets and ResourcesF01: I can define and use the vocaublary associated with this unit correctly.F02: I can recognize three types of acceleration in a description of motion.
F03: I can relate acceleration of an object ot balanced/unbalaned net fore on that object.
Phet Tug of War Simulation - This simulation is most valuble when all check boxes are marked on the top right side of the page.
F04: I can identify if forces are balanced or unbalanced and calculate the net force using a free body diagram.
F05: I can describe what a force is and give examples of different types of forces from class.
F06: I can state and identify in a scenarioNewton's 3 laws of motion
Newton's Laws Resources -
Newton's First Law of Motion/Inertia
An object in motion stays in motion unless acted on by an unblanced force.
An object at rest stays at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force.
Information posted below this line is NOT on the 10/22 Test
Newton's Second Law of Motion/ F = m x a
Force= mass x acceleration
Version A: The force an object can exert on another object depends on the mass and the acceleartion of an object.
Version B: The acceleration of an object depends on the mass of the object and net forces acting on it.
Newton's Third Law of Motion/Action-Reaction - deals with forces of two object ineracting
For every action is an equal and opposite reaction
F07: I can apply Newton's 3 laws of motion to a new scenario