## Physics 3

Assignments listed in roughly chronological order:

### First Quarter

#### Math Skills

Group Activity: Dimensional Analysis (html)
Dimensional Analysis Homework (html)

#### Kinematics (Physics of Motion)

Kinematics Equations (html)
Graphing Slopes: Relation between Velocity and Acceleration (xls)
Lab: Free Fall (using gravity to measure the height of an object) (html)
Lab: Acceleration and Distance—Rolling Ball (html)
Excel: Rolling Ball Spreadsheet Example (xls)
Excel: Graphing Ticker Tape Data (xls)
Lab: Projectile Motion (doc)

### Third Quarter

#### Rotation, Torque, Angular Momentum

Lab: Moment of Inertia (doc) from G. Bither
Lab: Angular Momentum (doc) from G. Bither
Simple Rotation Worksheet (doc) from G. Bither
Rotataional Motion Worksheet (doc) from G. Bither
Rotational Motion Homework (doc) from G. Bither
Homework: Rotation and Angular Momentum (html)

#### Gravitation

Notes: Gravity (doc) from G. Bither
Worksheet: Universal Law of Gravitation (doc) from G. Bither
Lab: Gravity Simulator

### Fourth Quarter

#### Electricity and Magnetism

The following are all from G. Bither
Electricity Notes (doc)
Ohm’s Law Lab (doc)
Series & Parallel Circuits Worksheet (doc)
Lab: Series & Parallel Circuits (doc)
Lab: Electric Motor (doc)

Project: Rockets

#### Group Work Defined

Working in small groups to solve problems is a great way to learn science. Here are a few documents to give group work some shape and definition so that it can be a self-regulating learning tool:
Group Work Definitions
Group Work Process
Group Work Observer Form
Group Work Recorder Form

Periodic Table (PDF) from http://www.webelements.com/ Link goes outside the Scarborough School Department Web Site
Periodic Table Image suitable for printing
Periodic Table colored by groups from http://www.chemicool.com/ Link goes outside the Scarborough School Department Web Site
Examples of Chemistry Problems
Vapor Pressure of Water Data
A fully-functional scientific calculator for chemistry including a table of useful constants.
A Partial Bibliography of works consulted

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