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## Bowling Ball Inertia and Motion Lab

\$3.00
This classroom lab activity lets students kinesthetically experience first-hand the insights that Galileo had concerning objects moving in a straight-lin

## Bowling Ball Inertia and Motion Lab

\$3.00

This classroom lab activity lets students kinesthetically experience first-hand the insights that Galileo had concerning objects moving in a straight-line and the property of inertia, which leads directly to Newton’s First Law of Motion.

## Embroidery Hoops Inertia and First Law Lab

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This lab uses embroidery hoops, metal nuts, and Erlenmeyer flasks to demonstrate Newton’s First Law of Motion, also known as the Law of Inertia. Studen

## Embroidery Hoops Inertia and First Law Lab

\$3.00

This lab uses embroidery hoops, metal nuts, and Erlenmeyer flasks to demonstrate Newton’s First Law of Motion, also known as the Law of Inertia. Students will balance as many of the nuts as possible on the hoops and then pull the hoop away fast enough to let inertia take over and fall into the flask. Students will then record the size of the hoop they used, the diameter of the nut used, the number of nuts attempted, and the number of nuts that actually fell into the flask on the data tables on the second page.

## The Atwood’s Machine and Newton’s Second Law of Motion Computer Lab

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This is a computer lab that utilizes the Atwood’s Machine to explore Newton’s Second Law of Motion, F=ma. To access the lab, go to http://www.physics

## The Atwood’s Machine and Newton’s Second Law of Motion Computer Lab

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This is a computer lab that utilizes the Atwood’s Machine to explore Newton’s Second Law of Motion, F=ma. To access the lab, go to http://www.physicsclassroom.com/Physics-Interactives/Newtons-Laws/Atwoods-Machine This lab has a total of 34 questions, covering six pages. A calculator is needed, but the math is very straight forward, essentially having the students plug in numbers for Newton’s Second Law of Motion, F=ma. Multiplication and division are all that is needed. Roughly about 30% of the higher-order questions are conceptually based off of the calculations and diagrams the students make in class.

## Gravity Movie Worksheet (2013, PG-13)

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Gravity (2013) is a stunning movie exploring the potential dangers of space and the physics behind them. This movie captivates the students through dazzl

## Gravity Movie Worksheet (2013, PG-13)

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Gravity (2013) is a stunning movie exploring the potential dangers of space and the physics behind them. This movie captivates the students through dazzling visuals, but the movie guide keeps them focused on analyzing the physics behind the scenes. Having said that, there are very accurate and inaccurate depictions of Newton’s Laws of Motion. But the inaccuracies add to the dramatic tension and advance the storyline of the movie. The movie guide is designed to have the students analyze the physics of the movie scenes, choose which of Newton’s Laws applies, and then describe why it applies or why it is inaccurate. The movie guide does not analyze the plot or emotional arcs during the movie, it just sticks to the physics behind each scene. The movie guide is best used for classes like physics, physical science, or astronomy.

## Mythbusters NASA Moon Landing Worksheet Season 6

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The Mythbuster team puts conspiracy theories to the test when they examine whether or not NASA really went to the moon. In this episode, they examine pho

## Mythbusters NASA Moon Landing Worksheet Season 6

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The Mythbuster team puts conspiracy theories to the test when they examine whether or not NASA really went to the moon. In this episode, they examine photographic evidence concerning lights and shadows, lunar footprints, slow motion special effects, and apparent flag waving. Scientific topics include light angles, geometry, illusions, vacuums, molecular attractions, the albedo effect, light reflection, inertia, momentum, gravitational pull, bodily kinesthetics, vomit comet, parabolic arcs, zero g, geologic processes, weight conversions, atmospheric pressure, and laser reflections.

## Mythbusters Table Cloth Chaos Worksheet Season 7

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Adam and Jamie test the classic myth of pulling a tablecloth out from underneath dinnerware. This is the perfect episode to demonstrate Newton’s First

## Mythbusters Table Cloth Chaos Worksheet Season 7

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Adam and Jamie test the classic myth of pulling a tablecloth out from underneath dinnerware. This is the perfect episode to demonstrate Newton’s First Law of Motion, the Law of Inertia: An object at rest stays at rest, and an object in motion stays in motion, unless acted upon by an outside force. Meanwhile, Tory, Grant, and Kari test the myth that we use only 10% of our brain. Science concepts discussed include Newton’s First Law of Motion, Law of Inertia, static friction, inertia, momentum, mass relationships, small scale testing, frictional coefficients, material selection criteria, electroencephalograms, EEGs, brain lobes and functions, parietal lobes, frontal cortex, occipital lobe, magnetoelectroencephalograph, MEGs, functional magnetic resonance imagining, FMRIs, and comparative base line data.

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