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PHY 206 homework

 

PHY 206 Homework

Each assignment is due at the beginning of the period unless otherwise noted.

assignment

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Please purchase the required textbook and bring it to the first class. For more information please see the course Guidelines.
Jan 25
Finish the write-up for "Paper Drop". Each individual student must turn in their own write up. Include all the data collected, your conclusions as well as descriptions of the different shapes you tried out.
Jan 27
Reading quiz #1 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by Sept 10. This covers the first two powerpoint presentations "About Science" and "comparing numbers" as well as the first two chapters in the textbook. Feb 4
Finish the write-up for "circumference of a circle". Don't forget to plot the graph on graph paper and calculate the slope of the graph line.
Feb 1
Finish the write-up for "Campus journey".  Don't forget to attach your scaled diagram.
Feb 3
Finish the write-up for "Traffic Cop".
Feb 8
Finish the write-up for "Whirligigs".  Be sure to include samples of the whirligig designs you tried out as well as an explanation of how you arrived at your best design.
Feb 10
Finish the write-up for "Reaction Time"
Feb 15
textbook assignment: p. 49-50 exercises (5, 6, 10, 27); p. 73 one-step calculations (2, 4, 5, 7); p. 74 exercises (1, 6, 7)  For the one-step calculation problems, you must show all work. Click here for an example
Feb 17
Finish the write-up for "Tension, please"
Feb 22
Reading quiz #2 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by Feb. 18. This covers the powerpoint presentations "How Things Move" and "Newtonian Physics" as well as textbook chapter 3, sections 3.1-3.2 and 3.7-3.10.
Feb 18
Finish the write-up for "Mu of the Shoe".  Don't forget to include the bar graphs for both wet and dry conditions.
Feb 24
Finish the write-up for "What's your pace."  Don't forget to study for Exam #1 which will be given in class on March 1st.
March 1
Reading quiz #3 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by Feb. 25. This covers the powerpoint presentation "Forces"  as well as textbook chapter 3, sections 3.3-3.8 and all of chapter 4. 
Feb 25
No written assignment.  Read chapter 5 in the textbook, especially the parts on the topic of "energy".
March 3
textbook assignment: p. 98 review questions (14, 15, 17); p. 99 one-step calculations (9, 11, 14)
March 8
Finish the write-up for "Pendulum".  
March 10
Reading quiz #4 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by March 11. This covers the powerpoint presentation "Conservation of Energy"  as well as textbook chapter 5, sections 5.7-5.12 and 5.16.
March 11
Finish the write-up for "Energy in collisions".  Don't forget to include the bar graph.
March 22
Finish the write-up for "Momentum in collisions".
March 24
Reading quiz #5 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by March 25. This covers the powerpoint presentations "Efficiency and Power" and "Simple Machines"  as well as textbook chapter 5, sections 5.13-5.16.
March 25
textbook assignment: p. 99 one-step calculations (2, 4, 6, 8, 18), p. 100 exercises (4, 5, 9, 13) p. 101 (36, 37)
March 29
textbook assignment: p 152-153 review questions (2, 7, 17, 19, 30)
March 31
Reading quiz #6 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by April 1. This covers the powerpoint presentations "Momentum"  as well as textbook chapter 5, sections 5.1-5.6 and 5.11. 
April 1
Pick one of the three methods of popping popcorn: conduction, convection, or radiation.  Write an explanation of how it is different from the other two.  Your explanation should prove to me that you know the scientific difference between conduction, convection, and radiation.  Your explanation should also address issues such as convenience, cost, & flexibility.
April 5
Finish the write-up for "Making Ice Cream".  Don't forget to study for exam #2 which will be given in class on Thursday.
April 7
Reading quiz #7 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by April 8. This covers the powerpoint presentations "Fluids"  as well as textbook chapter 7.
April 8
No written assignment.  Read chapter 10 in the textbook.
April 12
textbook assignment: p. 219 review questions (1, 4, 5, 10), p. 221 exercises (3, 4)
April 14
For the Lesson Plan Project, you must turn in a list of the names of the people in your group, the topic you've selected and the web site address of the original lesson plan each member of your group will modify by Tuesday, April 19
April 19
Reading quiz #8 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by April 15. This covers the powerpoint presentations "Heat & Temperature" and "Changes in Phase"  as well as textbook chapters 8 and 9. April 15
Finish the write up for "Mapping Magnetic Fields".  Be sure to include the map you made in class along with answers to the questions on the back of the paper.
April 19
textbook assignment: p. 223 problem 10; p. 222 exercises (19, 26, 27, 29)
April 21
Reading quiz #9 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by April 22. This covers the powerpoint presentations "Static Electricity" and "Electric and magnetic fields"  as well as textbook chapter 10 sections 10.1-10.3 and chapter 11.
April 22
Finish the write-up for "Anatomy of a Flashlight".
April 26
Finish the write-up for "Waves in a Coiled Spring"
April 28
Reading quiz #10 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by April 29. This covers the powerpoint presentations "Current Electricity" and "Electric Circuits"  as well as textbook chapter 10 sections 10.4-10.10. April 29
Finish the write-up for "Resonance in the Air".
May 3
All written work for the  Lesson Plan Project must be turned at the beginning of the class on May 3.  Also each group must be ready to present on that date.  Groups will draw numbers to determine the order of presentations. Click here for an explanation of how you will be graded on the project. May 3
The optional, extra credit assignment, Review for the Final Exam, may be obtained with this link.  Students who want credit for it must turn it in by the beginning of the last class.
May 5
Reading quiz #11 (available on Angel) must be done on-line by May 6. This covers the powerpoint presentation "Waves and Sound"   as well as textbook chapter 12.  This is the last on-line quiz.
May 6
   

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