# Physics 2nd Six Weeks

Day 1 (A - 10/4): Students will be able to distinguish between a scalar and a vector and add and subtract vectors graphically

Day 2 and Day 3 (A - 10/6 and 10/11):  Students will be able to diagram and resolve vectors into x and y components using sine and cosine functions and be able to solve vector word problems using trigonometric functions.

Day 4 (A - 10/13): Students will be able to diagram and resolve vectors into x and y components using sine and cosine functions and be able to solve vector word problems using trigonometric functions

Day 5 (A - 10/17): Students will be able to recognize examples of projectile motion and solve for unknowns for projectiles launched horizontally

• Textbook pg 98 - take notes over Sample Problem
• Textbook pg 99 Practice #1-2
• What is a Projectile
• Make sure to read through the description and click the "Animation" links ​
• EXTRA Practice and Notes- Projectile Motion
• VIDEO: Shoot-n-Drop

Day 6 (A - 10/19): Students will be able to recognize examples of projectile motion and solve for unknowns for projectiles launched horizontally and launched at an angle and use trigonometric functions to solve for unknown sides

• Textbook pg 99 Practice #3-4
• Read and Take Notes: Textbook pg 100 Sample Problem E
• Flagpole LAB

Day 7 (A - 10/21):   Students will be resolve vectors for x and y components and be able to graphically and algebraically solve for projectile motion variables launched horizontally and launched at an angle

Day 8 and 9 (A - 10/25 and A - 10/27): Students will be to graphically and algebraically solve for projectile motion variables launched horizontally or launched at an angle

Day 10 (A - 10/31): Students will be to graphically and algebraically solve for projectile motion variables launched horizontally or launched at an angle

Day 11 (A - 11/2): Students will be able to distinguish between scalar and vector quantities, resolve vectors and vector components, and solve for unknown quantities of projectile motion

Day 12 (A - 11/4): Students will be able to describe Newton's 3 Laws of Motion and provide examples of each

• Newton's Laws of Motion Essay is due