Chapter 10: Circular Motion

Pace: 5 class periods

BIG IDEAS
An object’s position can be measured and graphed as a function of time. An object’s speed can be calculated and graphed as a function of time. 
Standards Covered:

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10.1 Rotation and Revolution
10.2 Rotational Speed
12 January
p 171174
Big Idea: Two types of circular motion are rotation and revolution. Tangental speed depends on rotational speed and the distance from the axis of rotation.

Standard(s):
2.1F 
BOOK NOTES:
1. Use the key terms and your text to complete Cornell Notes for this section. Include diagrams and examples as much as possible. CIRCULAR MOTION REVIEW VIDEO 2. Watch the video and add any details to your notes. 
Terms to Know:
Axis Rotation Revolution Linear Speed Tangential Speed Rotational Speed 
10.3 Centripetal Force
10.4 and Centrifugal Forces
13 January
pg 175180
Big Idea: The centripetal force on an object depends on the object's tangential speed, it's mass, and the radius of the circular path
The "centrifugalforce effect" is attributed not to any real force but to inertia  the tendency of the moving moody to follow a straightline path. 
Standard(s):
2.1B 2.1E 2.1F 
BOOK NOTES:
1. Use the key terms and your text to complete Cornell Notes for this section. Include diagrams and examples as much as possible. WEB NOTES 2. Add to your 9.5 Cornell Notes using the online learning module from Education Portal, Centripetal Force: Definition, (expires 11 February). Complete the quiz and record in your notebook. CENTRIPETAL VS CENTRIFUGAL REVIEW VIDEO 3. Watch the video and add any details to your notes. PRACTICE
4. Complete Concept Development 101. Paper copies are provided in class.
EXTRA CREDIT
4. Complete Concept Development 102. Paper copies are provided in class.

Terms to Know:
centripetal force  Fc=mv^2/r centrifugal force 