Day 96: Angular Momentum & Average Velocity

Today, I was chaperoning a field trip so I missed most of my classes.

AP Physics: Angular Momentum Quiz

Students took a quiz on angular momentum, then worked on finishing yesterday’s lab. One of the problems is based on a story that before jumping a motorcycle over the Snake River Canyon, Evel Knievel said his biggest fear was accidentally hitting the brakes in mid-air. I was back in time for 4th hour, so I showed students a demo of the problem using an RC motorcycle.

Physical Science: Average Velocity

Students worked on some problems interpreting position vs. time graphs. One of the questions asks them to invent average velocity by coming up with multiple ways to define the average velocity, then use each approach to make a prediction and decide which definition is the most useful.

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