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Henderson's Regular Physics Quizzes

(1999-2000 School Year)

 

Suggestions for this week's quiz (Unit 3, Quiz #3):

This week's quiz on Unit 3 material is tentatively scheduled for Friday, November 5. The quiz will be a one-page quiz, covering both sides of a single sheet of paper. The equations for net force, frictional force, gravitational force will be provided along with the kinematic equations for projectiles. Other than a calculator, no other helps will be provided nor allowed. Students can expect the following concepts, skills, and problem-types to be assessed on this quiz:

  1. An ability to solve a non-horizontally launched projectile problem; typical unkowns include the horizontal displacement, the time in the air, and vertical displacement at the peak.
  2. An understanding of the concept of equilibrium and the ability to utilize the concept in order to predict the state of motion of an object.
  3. A recognition of how to add vector forces using the head-to-tail method (elephant rule) of vector addition in order to determine the resultant.
  4. An ability to resolve forces into force components in order to determine the effect of the force in a given direction.
  5. An ability to use trigonometric functions and the concept of equilibrium to analyze the forces exerted upon an object in in static equilibrium and to determine the tension in a cable or the weight or mass of the object.
  6. An understanding of previous concepts from the previous units. Use the links below to see the Studying Suggestions for the quizzes from the previous three units.
    Unit 1, Quiz #1
    Unit 1, Quiz #2
    Unit 1, Quiz #3
    Unit 2 Quiz #1
    Unit 2, Quiz#2
    Unit 3 Quiz #1
    Unit 3 Quiz #2

 

Sample Quizzes (Unit 3, Quiz #3):

You can view three sample quizzes by using the following links:

Quiz #3 (1994)

Quiz #3 (1995)

Quiz#3 (1996)

Finally, an excellent resource for help and practice with forces in two dimensions is Lesson 3 of Unit 3 of The Physics Classroom.

 

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