**Due dates should be found on Blackboard. These dates might not be accurate.** This includes general links for the homework.

GRADES CLOSE ON October 16 at 3PM. All work not in by 3PM on Friday (including lab reports, test corrections, written and online homework) will not be counted as part of first quarter grades.

## Night 4 HW: Learn about Vectors and Triangles and Similar Triangles: Due on Wednesday Sept 9

Your choice of Textbook: 28-39 & Workbook Read pp 15-16 OR

Finish Mass Vs Weight experiment writing. Arrange things in VC. If this is confusing I will give you some time to wrap it up in class tomorrow.

Do WorkBook Problems on Colinear Vectors Ch 2 Do Ex 1,2,3 5 pp 18-19 (You should do this work IN the workbook and bring it into show. Show your work, not just an answer).

Do Visual Classroom HW on Vectors

## Night 5 HW: Learn about Statics and trigonometry: Due on Thurdsay Sept 10

WB Ch 3 Read pp38-41 OR

You Tube Video on Strings Problems OR

Blog Reading on Strings

Learn about trigonometry on blog at http://blogs.bu.edu/ggarber/archive/bua-physics/vector-components-and-trigonometry/

Do WB Problems on Statics Do Chapter 3 ex 12, 16, 17, A10, A11 (p41-7).

Do Visual Classroom HW on Trigonometry and Vectors and Strings

## Night 6 HW: Learn about Inclined Planes and Inverse Trig functions: Due on Friday Sept 11

Learn about Inverse Trig and Static Incline Plane Problems

Watch Inverse Trig OR

Blog on Inverse Trig

Blog on Inclined Planes

Do Workbook problems on Vector forces problems: Ch 3 Ex 13, 14, 15, A9, A12 p 41-47

Do Visual Classroom HW on Incline Planes and Force Components

**Homework 1: Introduction to Motion: Due on Wednesday Sept 16
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*Learn about motion and velocity*

*Read Blog**OR YouTube Video**OR Read Textbook Chapter 3 (Sections on Speed, Velocity), Appendix A (US Customary System, System International, Appendix B (first column only) AND Workbook p iv (How to use This Book), Chapter 1 pp 1-2 (Speed Velocity, NOT acceleration), Read Examples 1-3*

*Learn about Methods for Measuring Velocity on Blog*

Do Workbook Questions: Write the answers IN your workbook: Chapter 1 pp 5-6 Do Ex. 1-3

*Do Visual Classroom HW Questions on Motion*

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**Homework 2: Motion and graphing : Due on Thursday Sept 17**

*Learn about motion and graphing*

*Read Blog**OR YouTube Video**Or Read Textbook Appendix C (Graphs, Cartesian, Area and Slope)*

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*Do Visual Classroom HW Questions on graphs of Constant V*

Do Workbook Questions: Write the answers IN your workbook: For the A problems at the end of the chapter you can show your work on a separate sheet of paper Chapter 1 p 12 Do Ex. A1-A6

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**Homework 3: Graphing motion and acceleration : Due on Friday Sept 18**

*Learn about acceleration*

*Read the Blog page**OR YouTube Video**Or Read Textbook Chapter 3 (Sections on acceleration, Galileo Inclined Plane), Appendix B (Computing velocity and distance on inclined planes and when acceleration is constant) AND Read Workbook p 2 (Acceleration) and p 5 (Example 5)*

Do Workbook problems (do problems in the workbook) pp. 6-7 Exercises 5-8

*DO Visual Classroom HW Questions on acceleration*

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**Homework 4: Accelerating motion : Due on Tuesday Sept 22**

*Learn about Kinematic Equations and constant accelerating motion*

*Read the Blog page**Or Read Textbook Chapter 3 (How fast, How far, How quickly How Fast Changes) AND Read Workbook Chapter 2 p 8-9 (Free Fall) and (Examples 6-9)*

Visual Classroom Questions on Free Fall

Do Workbook problems p 10-11 Exercises 9-14

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**Homework 5: Free fall and Inertia : Due on Wednesday Sept 23**

Learn about Galileo and free fall and Newton’s 2^{nd} Law

- Read Textbook Chapter 4 (Newton’s second law of motion, when acceleration is free fall), Chapter 9 (Newtonian Synthesis, Universal Law of gravity) AND Workbook Chapter 7 p 97 and p101.

Visual Classroom Questions on Free Fall Problems

Do Workbook p 12 Exercises A7, A8, A9, A12, A15 , B1, B5

**STUDY FOR TEST: ON FRIDAY SEPT 25
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**Homework 6: Lab Report Guidelines: Due on Thursday Sept 24
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- Learn about writing a lab report on the Blog Page
- Write an outline for the introduction to lab report: Post to Visual Classroom

- Find primary sources, start doing background research: Post to Visual Classroom

**Homework 7: Introduction to lab report : Due on Tuesday Sept 29
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Write the introduction to lab report: Submit to Blackboard

Minimum 500 words, Maximum 1500 words