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You should have each handout, correctly filled out, in order, name on top of each page.

⃞  MCAS formula sheet
⃞  Metric conversions sheet
⃞  Table with Kinematic equations in 3 columns: Constant velocity, Changing Velocity, Circular motion
⃞  Concept Development Practice Page 13-3: Gravitational Interactions
⃞  Why study science historically
⃞  The Physics of Circular Motion and our place in the universe: How science has developed from ancient times to today
⃞  The Physics of Circular Motion and our place in the universe: Solar System: Medieval to modern times
⃞  Concept Development Practice Page 7-1 Momentum (1 sheet double sided)
⃞  Skill Sheet 3-C Momentum (1 sheet double sided)
⃞  Skill Sheet 5-A Work (2 sheets, 3 pages)
⃞  Work – review sheet
⃞  Skill Sheet 5-B Power (1 sheet double sided)
⃞  Cumulative Review worksheet: For each of the situations draw & label the Action and Reaction forces, Net force, and free-body diagrams, Circular motion, and friction
⃞  “The Nature of Science” – In which you had to choose 1 of 4 topics to write about.
⃞  Concept Development Practice Page 8-1; Work and Energy (1 sheet double sided)
⃞  Concept Development Practice Page 8-2 Conservation of Energy (1 sheet double sided)
⃞  10.2 Temperature scales (2 pages, double sided)
⃞  Specific Heat (1 page double sided)
⃞  Skill Sheet 13.1 Harmonic Motion (3 sheets, 5 pages)
⃞  Concept Development Practice Page 25-3: Wave Superposition. (1 page, double sided)
⃞  Concept Development Practice Page 28-1 Colored shadows (1 page double sided)
⃞  25.2 Color mixing with additive and subtractive color (1 page double sided)
⃞  Lab instructions on ray tracing lenses: trapezoid, biconvex, convex and biconcave.
⃞  How A Mirror Works (1 page single sided) (3/28/17)
⃞  Review sheet which begins “Graded notebook check during class”, and which has a table of equations at the bottom (3/28/17)
⃞  “How to do problem solving: Work in assigned groups” 6 steps: 8 review problems.

⃞  MCAS Doppler effect (1 page double sided) ( 3/30 )

⃞  Cornell notes. Chap 20, Electrostatics. Sections 1 and 2. ( 4/3,4 )

⃞  Cornell notes. Electromagnetism -> Electric fields and potential  ( 4/5,6)
(Starts with “Gravitational field”)

⃞  Cornell notes. Electromagnetism -> Chap 22, Electric current Section 1 (4/10)
(Starts with the downhill/water tower analogy “What is this diagram showing us?”)

⃞   Chap 20 study guide: Static Electricity – 4 pages (4/11,12)

⃞  Cornell Notes: Diagram of Static & Electric Charges. Measuring Electricity. In Which Direction Does Electric Current Flow. (4/24,25)

⃞  Cornell Notes: packet from website Series & Parallel Circuits. Safety. Circuit breakers (4/27)

⃞  PhET Virtual lab: Series and Parallel circuits: Circuits A, B, C.  (5/1)
⃞  PhET Virtual lab: Series and Parallel circuits: Circuits D, E (5/3)
⃞  Worksheet: Gravity and Coulomb’s law comparison (5/3)
⃞  PhET Virtual lab: Series and Parallel circuits: Circuit F (5/5, 5/8)
⃞  Solutions for PhET Lab: Circuits A, B and C 5/9,10
⃞  Skill Sheet 8-A Ohm’s law (3 pages) 5/11
⃞  8.2  Work, Energy and Power (packet)               5/11,12
⃞  Skill Sheet “How do you calculate electrical power?” 5/11,12
⃞  Worksheet (work and power in an electrical circuit) 5/15,18
⃞  Table of electrical quantities/symbols/equations/metric units 5/15,18
⃞  Cornell Notes Magnetism 5/17, 18
⃞  Electromagnetic spectrum packet (3 pages)  5/19,22
⃞  MCAS open-response review notes                        5/23,24
⃞  Magnetism and Electricity (notes from website)  5/23,24
⃞  MCAS Open response question: Multiple position switch for heating blanket 5/23,24
⃞  MCAS review packet (4 pages), and Table of Physical Quantities (4 pages) 5/30,31
⃞  Worksheet “Electric currents create B-fields” (graphics in table showing how magnets and wire coils can create electricity) 5/30,31
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