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October 28 - Exam on Forces (chapters 4 and 5) is tomorrow!
Make sure you can do the following scenarios.  Most of these situations are on the free body diagram packet, which has answers posted to the right.  Let me know if you have any questions.

I can calculate using free body diagrams for:

1.  One object that is either:
 a. accelerating (sum of forces or net force = ma)
b. constant velocity (sum of forces or net force = 0) also called equilibrium
c. at rest (sum of forces or net force = 0) also called equilibrium
d.  
on an incline
e.  With and without friction
 
 
2.  Two objects that are attached, either both on level surface or one is on a level table, other is hanging and:
 
a. accelerating (sum of forces or net force = ma)
b. constant velocity (sum of forces or net force = 0) 
c. at rest (sum of forces or net force = 0)
d.  With and without friction

 
 
3.    Two objects that are attached where one is hanging, the other is on an incline and:
 
a. accelerating (sum of forces or net force = ma)
b. constant velocity (sum of forces or net force = 0) 
c. at rest (sum of forces or net force = 0)
d.  With and without friction

4.Two objects that are attached, both hanging on a frictionless pulley and:
 
a. accelerating (sum of forces or net force = ma)
b. constant velocity (sum of forces or net force = 0) 

 

5.Three objects that are attached either on level surface or hanging and:
 
a. accelerating (sum of forces or net force = ma)
b. constant velocity (sum of forces or net force = 0) 

 







 




 

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Links for OCC Physics at Tully High School
This will take you to the "physics Classroom" website
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Files for OCC Physics at Tully High School
Unit 3 Notes filled in
forces practice worksheet answers
Free Body Diagram Practice answers
Hmwk answers ch. 5
Hmwk answers ch. 4
college physics lab rubric