Happy Valentine’s Day!!! <3
This Week in Physics
On Monday we will take a quiz over momentum goal sets 1 & 2. Next we will crunch numbers from our momentum lab and analyze the role of kinetic energy in the two types of collisions we explored. When announced please take notes on PODCAST 2: Types of Collisions – The role of kinetic energy. Important notes:
~*1*~ This is course recommendation week, so expect significant disruptions to our physics work as we explore your many options for next year. I will conference with each of you individually to help you make informed decisions. Please spend some time looking through our Program of Studies. As seniors you will have more choices than ever before, and it’s worth taking time now to ensure that your senior year will be both productive and enjoyable.
~*2*~ Your Conservation of Momentum lab report is due on Friday. A hard copy is due at the start of class, and an upload to TurnItIn.com is due by 3:00 on that day. Use our writing guides to organize and create your reports properly: Lab Report Writing Guide and Lab Report Rubric. As always, you must write while logged into your Google account on a shared Google Drive document. You must share your document with me as an editor. Use this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cool Science of the Week
Did he flop? (link) The physics of inertia, energy, and momentum holds the answer! (Hint: Look at the inertia and momentum of the lower half of LeBron’s body when Draymond Green so viciously attacks him)
P.S. LeBron is the GOAT