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This document contains practice problems for Newton's 2nd Law, F=ma. Problems include calculating all 3 variables. Units are kept in N, kg and m/s^2. There are 14 problems total and answer key is included. There is also a one page lab paper included for air resistance. Students are asked to cre

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Also included in: Force and Motion Physical Science Bundle: Forces, Speed and Newton's Laws

These are some intro practice problems in the topic of momentum. As with my other worksheets, this one includes guidelines to help the students organize their work.
This is meant for a younger, introductory class. The math-level of the problems is for students who are either in pre-algebra or alg

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This 17 slide powerpoint with 3 page student note sheet leads through the basic skills for dealing with numbers in a science class.
The zip file includes:
* editable Powerpoint - 17 slides
* Student Notes sheet - 3 pages (editable WORD & pdf)
The Powerpoint file includes teacher notes in the

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Students will demonstrate how to measure acceleration and “deceleration.” They will calculate their acceleration over a 20 m run and then graph the results.
Each student will measure their acceleration over a 20 m run. Two students will run 20 m from the start line and accelerate to as fast as th

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Also included in: (OVER 30% OFF) Bundle: Force and Motion

These are simple kinematic problems that I use with my physics students that need the algebra practice.
There are 8 versions of 3 problems on 1 page and a nice full page solution for each version. The students get an eighth gray scale page with 3 problems on it. The answers are in color --- bu

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Students practice calculating kinetic and potential energy in a clear, organized way. I emphasize the four step method for solving basic physics problems at this introductory level:
1. Identifying Known Information
2. Selecting the Appropriate Formula
3. Substituting Known Values into the Equation

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This is part of a Physics Problem set BUNDLE available HERE !! My physics textbook doesn't have enough incline problems for my students to get GOOD at them. I made this worksheet with 5 problems for a homework assignment.The download is a 2 page pdf file. One page has 4 homework pages, and the ot

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This product contains 10 speed/velocity practice problems and 10 acceleration practice problems. This also includes a key with problems worked out.
These problems are appropriate for high school physics and physical science students.
These notes are tied to the following Physical Science Georgia

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This is a one page worksheet I made for my physics classes.
There are three positions time graphs. Students must construct the velocity-time graph of the same motion.
The answer key is included.
The FREE Preview file is exactly the same file without the 2nd page of answers and with "preview" wr

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This worksheet is intended to give students the opportunity to calculate Kinetic Energy from various real world scenarios.
Then the worksheet transitions to having the students do a series of calculations (series 1: changing mass vs kinetic energy; series 2: changing velocity vs kinetic energy) and

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This is a pdf file with 6 circuits of which to find the equivalent resistance.
It takes forever to draw these things! I just had to share!
The answers and a brief explanation of series and parallel circuits are included.
You can by expand the assignment by adding a potential difference for each

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Students are given different scenarios and are asked to calculate the speed, distance, or the time taken in each scenario.

Given a list of frequencies (notes), students calculate the lengths to cut PVC pipes to play a song. They can strike the ends or blow across the pipes.
My physics students love this activity!
This download includes:
*teacher notes
*group paper of instructions (versions with & without my ru

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This fun 50 minute activity is designed to simplify resolving vectors into components and determining the magnitude and direction of the resultant when multiple vectors are added. It is appropriate for on-level up to AP Physics and for a pre-calculus class.
Presented as a 9 hole round of mini-golf

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This 1 page worksheet has 10 problems for calculating the waves' frequency, velocity or wavelength given the other 2 values. The second sheet is a completed teacher's answer key.

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Students love this activity and it changes how they look at movies and at the physics in film. Video analysis is a powerful tool in a physics class and your students will look forward to the next one.
I created this teacher driven activity around a short clip from the first Iron Man movie that is

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This bundled product has two components:
1) A physics formula sheet appropriate for both on-level and pre-AP physics. My students really appreciate this document which is divided up by topic. It includes formulas for linear motion, circular motion, momentum, torque, thermodynamics, waves, lenses,

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This is an excellent activity to develop the mathematics of upwardly fired projectiles. It has low error, uses a free app for measuring motion and students must work as a team.
Students work in groups of 4 to toss a tennis ball or similar item a horizontal distance of 4-6 meters between them and v

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This is a short set of kinematics problems that I use after I do the Free Fall Activity and walk the students through a few example problems. It uses the concept of accelerated motion (by gravity) to find distance, final velocity, and time in the context people acting in stories (which is more fun

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This 2 page worksheet with complete teacher's answer key makes it easy to integrate math into your astronomy lesson. Students put Kepler's Laws into their own words and apply simple formulas to given values for the 8 planets to test his 3rd law of planetary motion. Then, they are asked to analyze

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Students are often confused by the combination of horizontal and vertical motion for projectiles. I use this with my regular physics students in the Interactive Notebook. Students calculate the position of Wile E. Coyote after he runs off a cliff, both vertically and horizontally and sketch the ve

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