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This is a hard to resource of physics notes, physics worksheets, and physics warm-ups / exit tickets. It is designed to be a solid framework for your force unit in high school physics.
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1) I understand the concept of inertia, some common examples of inertia, and Newton’s First Law.
2) I can identify several common forces,
3) I can draw a free body diagram to summarize forces acting on an object.
4) I can find the net force, both magnitude and direction.
5) I can break apart forces into their components in order to solve for net force on an object (breaking applied and gravitational forces into components).
6) I can explain Newton’s Second Law and perform calculations based on the net force.
7) I can explain the difference between weight and mass and I can describe what g is.
8) I can use the coefficient of friction
9) I understand the forces at work during free fall and what terminal velocity is.
10) I can use kinematics equations to solve F=ma problems.
11) I can explain Newton’s Third Law and provide examples