...sorry gang, I know this is less than ideal. Fever was worse on Wednesday, so I didn't get in to verify where you left off the day before. Hopefully I'll be back on Friday so we can tie up the loose ends before break. I'd like to quiz on Friday, but let's just worry about quizzing once we're back from spring break (and not until a couple of days into the week.) Anyway, the videos from the other day dealt with objects that both initially start from rest. Here's some follow up to go along with that and give you some practice at analyzing explosions. Don't get too excited, this is a public school, our budget doesn't allow for videos of real explosions, you just get these videos of kids pooshing off of each other. Craft IF Chartz for each of these situations, use the info on the video to determine things like velocity, and pmomentum. Fit all that onto a whiteboard (are there any blank ones left? group some shorties together if you must!) and share it out near the end of the hour (it's ok if all groups aren't all the way done, least done group explains there answers for the first part, and you can just follow along from there.) You don't need to put these in Logger Pro, you can just get the info that you need directly from the videos (hopefully.)
Anyway, grab a laptop (or use your own if it's fancy) and some whiteboards and have at these videos.
Video 1 Construct fully quantitative IF Chartz
Video 2 Construct fully quantitative IF Chartz
Video 3 Determine the mass of the gentleman on the right.