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1 AP Physcs 1 & 2 Summer Assgnment AP Physcs 1 requres an exceptonal profcency n algebra, trgonometry, and geometry. It was desgned by a select group of college professors and hgh school scence teachers to be equvalent to an ntroductory college physcs course. In addton to the scence concepts, physcs often seems lke a course n appled mathematcs. Thus, the followng assgnment wll reflect ths. I. Assgnment Detals Mathematcal problems : these problems are consdered routne n AP Physcs 1 and a revew of your prevous math knowledge. Conceptual problems : these problems am to promote a deeper understandng of the fundamental content and unfyng concepts of physcs. Lab based problems : these problems wll am to analyze events usng mathematcal relatonshps and conceptual expertse. II. When s ths assgnment due? Ths Summer Assgnment s to be turned n at the begnnng of class on your frst day of AP Physcs 1 & 2 n September. Each secton wll count as a separate Mnor Assessment grade. III. Contact Informaton If you have any questons durng the summer please reach out to me va the Remnd app ( Name : BHS AP Physcs 1 & 2 Code ) or emal at Keep n mnd, I wll only be checkng my emal occasonally so t may take a few days before you receve a response - DO NOT PROCRASTINATE! If you do not know how to complete a secton, do not worry. Ths does not mean that you are not cut out for AP Physcs, t may mean that you may need to spend more tme revewng that topc from Honors Physcs. Below are a few valuable webstes to assst f needed:

2 Part One: Mathematcal Problems Drectons: Solve the followng equatons for the gven varable and condtons. Smplfy f possble and box your answer. 1. v 2 f = v 2 + 2ad (a) Solve for v. v f v 3. F = m( t f t ) (a) Solve for v f, f t = 0. (b) Solve for d. (b) Solve for t f, f v f = 0 and t d f = d + v o t + 2 at (a) Solve for v o. v 4. a c = 2 r (a) Solve for v. (b) Solve for t, f v o 5. m gsnθ = μmgcosθ (a) Solve for θ. (c) Solve for t, f d = d f.

3 1 6. mv mgh f = 2 mv 2 + mgh 2 f (a) Solve for h f, f h = 0 and v f 10. (F 1snθ) r 1 + ( F 2 snϕ) r 2 = 0 (a) Solve for r 2. (b) Solve for v f, f h f 7. F t = mv f mv 11. k x + m( g ) = 0 (a) Solve for m. (a) Solve for v f. 8. m 1 v 1 + m 2 v 2 = ( m 1 + m 2 )v f (a) Solve for v 2. m 12. F g = G 1 m 2 r 2 (a) Solve for r. 9. m 1 v 1 + m 2 v 2 = m 1 v 1f + m 2 v 2f (a) Solve for v 2f, f v 1 v 13. L L cosθ = 2 2 (a) Solve for L.

4 14. mv 2 Mm R = G R 2 (a) Solve for v. 18. F 1 + F 2 = F T and F 1 d 1 = F 2 d 2 (a) Solve for F 1 n terms of F T, d 1, and d T = 2 L π g (a) Solve for g. F c = ma c v 2 a c = r 19. and. (a) Solve for r n terms of F c, m, and v mv kx = 2 mv 2 + mgh 2 f (a) Solve for x f v f 20. T = 2 L 1 π and g T = f (a) Solve for L n terms π, g, and f. Use the equatons n each problem to solve for the specfed varable n the gven terms. 17. F f = μf N and F N = m gcosθ (a) Solve for μ n terms of F f, m, g and θ.

5 Part Two: Conceptual Problems z = x y c = a b l = m n r = t 2 1. Consder,,, and a) As x ncreases and y stays constant, z. b) As y ncreases and x stays constant, z. c) As x ncreases and z stays constant, y. d) As a ncreases and c stays constant, b. e) As c ncreases and b stays constant, a. f) As b ncreases and a stays constant, c. g) As n ncreases and m stays constant, l. h) As l ncreases and n stays constant, m. ) If s s trpled and t stays constant, r s multpled by. j) If t s doubled and s stays constant, r s multpled by. In each case, a sphere s movng from left to rght next to a tape marked n meters. A strobe (flash) photograph s taken every second, and the locaton of the sphere s recorded. The total tme ntervals shown are not the same for all spheres. s 2 2. Rank these spheres on the greatest dsplacement over the frst 3 seconds.

6 3. Rank these spheres on the greatest average velocty over the frst 3 seconds. The followng drawngs represent strobe (flash) photographs of a ball movng n the drecton of the arrow. The crcles represent the postons of the ball at succeedng nstants of tme. The tme nterval between successve postons s the same n all cases. 4. Rank each case based on the magntude of the ball s average speed n the last tme nterval. The followng drawngs represent strobe (flash) photographs of a ball movng n the drecton of the arrow. The crcles represent the postons of the ball at succeedng nstants of tme. The tme nterval between successve postons s the same n all cases. Assume all acceleratons are constant. 5. Rank the magntude of the acceleraton for each case based on the drawngs.

7 The model rockets depcted below have just had ther engnes turned off when they are at the same heght. All of the rockets are amed straght up, but ther speeds dffer. Although they are the same sze and shape, the rockets carry dfferent loads so ther masses dffer. The specfc mass and speed for each rocket s gven n each fgure. 6. Rank these model rockets on the maxmum heght they wll reach. In each fgure below, a car s velocty s shown before and after a short tme nterval. 7. Rank these stuatons on the magntude of the change n velocty durng the tme nterval.

8 In each case shown, someone s runnng on a flatbed tran car as the tran moves. In cases C and D, the person s runnng toward the front of the tran, whle n cases A and B the person s runnng toward the rear. The speeds of the tran and of each person relatve to the tran are gven. An observer s standng besde the track watchng each tran go by. 8. Rank these runners on how fast they are movng relatve to the observer standng besde the track Shown are fve asterods and a spaceshp, all movng n the same drecton away from the earth. The veloctes of the asterods and of the spaceshp are gven as measured from the earth. 9. Lst the asterods that are movng toward an observer on the spaceshp. 10. Lst the asterods that are movng away from an observer on the spaceshp. Brefly explan your reasonng

9 Part Three: Lab-Based Problems In ths set of actvtes, we ll explore the moton of objects. We ll develop multple ways to descrbe moton and use them to explan and predct how objects move. Clck on ths vdeo. Press play and watch the vdeo all the way through. The ball s released from rest and moves to the left down the ramp. You wll be makng a poston vs tme graph n Google Sheets or Mcrosoft Excel but wll frst need to collect data. Use the large ruler and stopwatch, and begn collectng data just as the ball s released. The large ruler s desgned to be used wth the blue dot on the left end postoned on the ramp surface. Here are some questons to consder: a. At what locaton and tme should the orgn be set? That s, what poston and tme wll you consder to be zero? b. How many data ponts wll you need n order to establsh the shape of the functon? c. Whch quanttes go on each axs of the graph? d. How should the graph be labeled? Record your data below and then plot your data n Google Sheets or Mcrosoft Excel. Prnt out the graph and nclude t wth ths packet. BE SURE YOUR GRAPH HAS A LINE/CURVE OF BEST-FIT! 1. What does the shape of ths graph ndcate about the moton of the ball?

10 You ll need to use another method to more carefully analyze ths stuaton: a velocty vs tme graph. Select at least 6 ponts postons along the curve drawn on your poston vs. tme graph. For each, draw a lne tangent to the curve, and determne the slope of the tangent lne. Ths slope s the nstantaneous velocty at ths pont. A data chart s shown to the rght to assst you n organzng your data. Usng the sx values obtaned, plot a graph of velocty vs. tme usng Google Sheets or Excel. Once the data ponts are plotted, HAND DRAW a lne or curve of best ft. 2. What does the shape of ths graph ndcate about the moton of the ball? 3. Use the graph to determne the acceleraton of the ball down the ramp, and show your work below. 4. Usng your knowledge of knematcs, and based on the smulaton data you collected, solve for the acceleraton of the rollng ball down the nclne. Show your work.

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