Fun with the Eyewash [Lab Springboard]

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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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  1. When the College Board added fluids to the AP Physics B exam, I felt like I needed to create a new unit from whole cloth. This bundle includes most of what I subsequently produced over the years.We begin with pressure and its idiosyncrasies, addressed in a springboard (guided classroom discussion) a
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PHYZ

This is part of the classroom curriculum I developed for use with my high school physics students.

LAB

Students will be working with something (computer simulation in this case) while completing this assignment.

SPRINGBOARD

The instructor guides students through this activity via classroom discussion. The activity is a springboard for that discussion. This is not intended as a homework or independent activity.

FUN WITH THE EYEWASH

Use the continuity equation, measurements, and calculations (including conservation of energy) to determine how high a stream of water would fly if the classroom eyewash were removed from the hose it's attached to.

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Student document (print-friendly Google Docs file on Google Drive)

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2 Student Pages & 2 Key Pages
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