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#### Writing Task 6.RP.2

Angela and Esteban are both fast, but who is faster? This exit card provides the time and distance ran by each child, and requires young mathematicians to use ratios to determine which of the two is the faster runner. A perfect resource...

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#### How Fast are You Moving Right Now?

Did you know that when you are sitting in your easy chair, you may be moving up to 1000 miles per hour depending on what part of the planet you are sitting on? Consider relative speed by watching this moving video. Boggle brains in your...

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#### Speed Translation

Teaching young mathematicians to use consistent units in their expressions as well as numbers, Sal demonstrates several ways to translate speed units in pre-algebra. He encourages viewers to memorize common speed units, such as the...

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#### The Basics of Motion

If you agree that physics learners should be able to explain motion concepts before solving problems, then you will really appreciate this resource! The first page presents 12 questions about displacement, speed, velocity, scalars,...

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#### Motion and Forces

A substantial but viewer-friendly selection of slides presents the topics of forces and motion. The simplicity of format and content make this perfectly suited to an introductory physical science course. Slides begin by addressing...

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#### Worksheet 19: Ship Positions

In this math worksheet, young scholars read informational paragraphs and then answer 18 questions using data from their readings. Questions are about vectors, positions, distance and orbits.

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#### Regents High School Examination - Physics 2010

Give every type of learner in your physics class an opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned throughout the year. From analyzing tables and graphs, to evaluating diagrams and solving problems, there is an outstanding variety of...

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#### Physical Setting: Physics Exam 2004

Twelve pages of mostly multiple-choice questions comprise this comprehensive New York Regents physics exam. It covers an entire year's worth of physics curriculum and requires about three hours for completion. Review the questions to...

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#### Deep Impact Comet Encounter

Physics apprentices analyze the impact of NASA's Impactor as it collided with the comet Tempel 1 in July of 2005. They calculate the mass and speed of the comet, along with the distance it might drift off of its orbit over time. This...

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#### Falling For Science

Accelerate knowledge of gravitational pull with this activity. Physical science fans drop a golf ball and tennis ball from the same height at the same time and discover that they hit the ground at the same time. This is an ideal...

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#### Rubber Band Racers

After reading a brief overview of automobile history and introduction to energy and motion, automotive engineering teams plan, construct, test, and evaluate a rubber-band-powered car. This manipulative experience can enrich understanding...

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#### Video 4 - Acceleration, part 1

An animated video teaches viewers about force and acceleration, using a cartoon character to demonstrate examples of force, speed, time, and acceleration in action. While the video is on the older side, viewers will still enjoy the...

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#### How Do You Figure Out the Rate Traveled if You Know Distance and Time?

If you know two values and are looking for a third, you can set up an equation and solve to find your answer. In this problem you know distance and time, and you are looking for rate of speed. Use the distance formula to set up your...

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#### What is the Formula Connecting Distance, Speed, and Time?

The formula for uniform motion, meaning something is moving at a constant speed, is d=rt. This involves distance, rate, and time. If the word problem gives two of any of these values, the third unknown value can be found.

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#### What is Speed?

Discover how speed is defined and calculated. The narrator thoroughly describes speed in this short video. Great graphics are played throughout.

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#### Fast and Slow Motion

Explore the world of motion and force with an activity for kindergarten and first grade. After determining how people can make balls or bikes move slower, kids use a cardboard tube and a marble to experiment with motion and speed. A...

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#### How Do You Figure Out the Rate Traveled if You Know Distance and Time?

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#### Typical Numeric Questions for Physics I - Forces

Let's get moving! Newton juniors solve 19 problems using force, speed, and acceleration equations. This is a nifty worksheet that includes a few diagrams and multiple choice selections for each question. It provides the straightforward...

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#### Typical Numeric Questions for Physics I - Work and Energy

A total of 29 word problems furnish practice in solving for work, energy, and force. A few of the questions display diagrams to help learners visualize the systems, and all of them list five choices from which they select the correct...

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#### Unit VIII: Worksheet 4 - Central Force

Send physics learners into orbit by assigning this seven-problem instructional activity. They will calculate the mass of a satellite, construct a force diagram, determine the radius of the orbit, and more. Physics worksheets can become...

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#### Unit IX: Worksheet 2 - Impulsive Force

Here are nine motion problems for physics fanatics to solve. Topics are pretty typical: rifles firing bullets, freight train cars colliding, astronauts gliding through space, balls being thrown. Pupils compute recoil speed, combined...

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#### Unit IX: Worksheet 3 - Impulsive Force

Eight motion-related problems are contained in this physics assignment. Upcoming physicists calculate combined velocity after collisions, impulse, and momentum. They also address critical thinking situations, making this a well-rounded...

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#### Unit V: Worksheet 2 - Constant Force

Physics learners studying force and acceleration practice solving eight problems with this assignment. They calculate acceleration and deceleration, net force, and distances required for stopping a moving object. Kinematics equations and...

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#### Unit VII: Worksheet 4 - Energy

Energize your physics class with this energy exercise! Physics learners solve seven problems in which they calculate speed, velocity, or energy values for a variety of situations. This is a suitable homework assignment for high school...