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Week 11    29 March- 02 April

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.

(1)   Page 83 

(2)   Page 83  (continued)

(3)   Page 84 

(4)   Here's some additional practice, along with a guide in case you get stuck.

"I shot an arrow into the air..."

(click here)

(5)

Important!

Read these "Notes on Gravity" first before watching the next two videos. 

If you can print it, do so.

(Don't just skim it in 30 seconds-read it!)

Notes on Gravity

(click here)

(6)  

You'll need to print this worksheet for the first video. 

(It's page 45a from the Astronomy Lab Manual)

Pendulum Lab Demonstration

(click here)

(7)

(8)

You'll need to print this worksheet for the second video. 

(Pages 41, 42, 44, 45 from the Astronomy Lab Manual)

Gravity Lab Demonstration

(click here)

Now that we've had a more in-depth discussion about gravity - and Newton's cannon - here's a humorous short story from the Golden Age of science fiction. Enjoy!

The Holes Around Mars

(click here)

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