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October 19th, 2016

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Transcript of October 19th, 2016

October 19th, 2016
M: Staying in your seat.
V: Level of 0.
P: completing your lesson.

Do Now- A marble was pushed by an individual and began to roll through a flat space.

What forces is the marble exhibiting??

Acceleration!!!
Acceleration is produced when a force acts on a mass. The greater the mass (of the object being accelerated) the greater the amount of force needed (to accelerate the object).
What are things you think of when you hear the word acceleration
What is F= m x a??
-Finding force!!!!
-Using the above equation you can figure out the amount of force that is exerted on an object.
-Accerleration is used with a formula that is just flipped- a=F/M
Newtons Second Law of Motion
"The acceleration of an object depends on the mass of the object and the amount of force applied. "

Vocabulary Quest.
Fill out the checklist handed out.
Complete this on your own... Fill out each vocabulary word to the best ability without looking at each students paper.
If we complete early we can begin vocabulary charades!
Raise hand and share out. We will compile a list on the board.
What is Acceleration?
The rate of change of velocity over time.

What is Speed?
The distance per time ratio.

What is Velocity ?
The speed of something in a given direction.

IMPORTANT VOCABULARY
Newtons 2nd LAW IN SPORTS!!!
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