Week 13   22-26 November

NOTE: These lectures were recorded before the current workbook was revised, so the page numbers that I cite in the lectures won't mat​ch. Go by what is indicated in the blue type above each image of the lecture.

Page 83 in current workbook

Page 83 in current workbook (continued)

Page 84 in current workbook

Week 12   16-20 November

NOTE: These lectures were recorded before the current workbook was revised, so the page numbers that I cite in the lectures won't match. Go by what is indicated in the blue type above each image of the lecture.

Page 70 in current workbook

(Page 62 in previous workbook)

Page 71 in current workbook

(Page 63 in previous workbook)

Page 72 in current workbook

(Page 64 in previous workbook)

Page 73 in current workbook

(Page 65 in previous workbook)

Page 74 in current workbook

(Page 66 in previous workbook)

Page 74 (cont.) in current workbook

(Page 67 in previous workbook)

Page 75 in current workbook

(Page 67, 68 in previous workbook)

Page 76 in current workbook

(Page 69 in previous workbook)

Page 77 in current workbook

(page 71 in previous workbook)

Page 78 in current workbook

(Page 72 in previous workbook)

Page 79 in current workbook

(Page 73 in previous workbook)

Pages 80-82 (Examples 4, 5, 6)

are lab exercises. Do these on your own, and then check your answers with the solutions in the guide below:

Acceleration Lab Solutions

(click here)

Week 11

Monday, 9 November

Introduction to documentary

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Week 10  02-06 November

When you have completed the lectures and notes for this week, start work on the lab using the PDF below. When you have completed the problems in the PDF enter your answers on the Sapling "Force and Vectors" assessment.

PDF for

Force and Vectors Lab

(click here)

Page 64

Page 65-66

Page 67

Page 68

Page 69

Page 69 (continued)

Page 69 (continued)

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Here's a beautiful example of forces in equilibrium. Watch this all the way to the end, and keep your eye on the feather. Remember, in any static system of forces, any one  vector of force is equal and opposite the sum of all other forces.

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Week 9       26-30 October

Pages 50-52 

Page 53

Page 54

Pages 55-56

Pages 57-59

Page 60

Page 61 (Instructions)

Page 61 (continued)

Page 62

Page 63

Page 63 (continued)

Week 8      19 - 23 October

  • Week 7       12 - 16 October

Administrative catch-up

Week 6      05 - 09 October

NOTE:

Before watching the videos, first read the two essays 

on pages 41 and 42

Just for fun...

Week 5    28 Sep - 02 Oct

Before you begin this week's workbook lectures I'd like you to see this one from the Astronomy/Cosmology course. 

It goes to the idea of using simple arithmetic to redefine our understanding of reality itself!

After watching the above lecture, this next video should have even greater impact. Keep track of the distances shown on the left of the screen, indicated in terms of light-minutes and light-years.

Enjoy!

Week 5 Workbook Lectures:

 Workbook Pages 31 -34

Workbook Pages 35 - 38

  • Workbook Pages 39 - 40

Week 4  21 - 25 September

Workbook Pages 22 - 24

Workbook Pages 25 - 28

Week 3   14-18 September

(For additional practice and resources,

go to "PHYS Scientific Notation" page)

Workbook pages 17-21

Workbook Page 21 answers

Week 2    7-11 September

Page 1 Intro, Scientific Notation

Week 2

Page 2 Positive Exponents

Page 3 Negative Exponents

Page 4         Zero Power, Power of 1

Pages 5, 6, 7 

Pges 8- 12 Operations in Scientific Notation

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Week 1   28 Aug - 4 Sep