Look at your homework from this week. You have to know what the Newton's Laws song means, and you have to work with a position vs. time graph. Looking at Ashley's ride to Maria's house, where do we see Newton's three laws at work?
I imagine that in the early days you would need to chase down a turkey to get your dinner. Luckily today we can just go to the store because someone else did the chasing for us. In class you learned a song that relates to Newton's Laws. Look up the three laws and explain how those laws are exhibited when someone chases a turkey. I know this is more labor intensive than most blog postings so this one will be worth double points!
Last week was pretty slow on "The Train". Earlier, you made a product using our terms, now this week I want you to think about a toy that is currently on the market. Talking about this toy, tell me where you see the force and motion concepts displayed. Next, put a URL from the internet so we can see what you are talking about.
Hey, check out this video that Tristan showed me. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbrEBpCw3Ag
Tell me why this is a good name for a criminal. Now, Can you think of a better one related to force and motion? Look at your flip notes and pick the BEST name for a super villain and explain why it is the best!
People get the concept of instantaneous speed confused with average speed. Please post examples that would help someone know the difference between the two. Pick one, or the other, or compare them. Contrast them?
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