Warm up:

Two parts: Calculate the speed of a car that traveled 2.7 m in 3.5 s. Calculate the average of 3.2m/s, 4.2m/s, and 3.7m/s.

You must have all the information written, show the equation you used, and your answer (must be correct) to get a stamp today. Have your Page 7 of the mouse trap car out as well.

**Answers**

- Speed: 2.7 m
**÷**3.5 s =**0.77 m/s** - Average: (3.2+4.2+3.7)
**÷**3 =**3.7 m/s**

## Today’s work

Your car should be ready to go. Before the end of the period, you need to:

- Run your car for three trials.
- Record the time and distance your car traveled.
- Record notes describing the motion of your car.

- Calculate each trial’s speed and averages.
**Turn in your 1/4 sheet**(one per group) describing what each member of your group did. If you had three members of your group, add the third person’s information on the back.- Remember,
is plagiarism and has negative academic consequences.*claiming credit for someone else’s work*

- Remember,

Don’t forget Honors photo project, due tomorrow by midnight. TurnItIn instructions are on the web page for the project.