Hi Trevor,

Thanks. I got it. I forgot to add a way to submit, so most students have been emailing the projects to me.

Mr. T

]]>I just emailed it to your school email let me know if you want it a different way

]]>For #2,6,11,13,15,17,20-22,32, I need an explanation of why the answer is what it is because I am unclear how you got to those answers and how they make sense in the context of the question. I have tried to figure it out myself but despite trying to come to solution i can’t seem to get it right.

For 26-29, I have no clue how to go about solving for them, where to start, or any of the finer manipulation of equations used to get to the answer because when I try to apply the equations we learned in class

]]>I was wondering if there is anyone way for us to see what the answers are for the FRQ portion of the review. I finished all of the questions but am not confident of a couple of my answers, so I wanted to double check to make sure I did them right.

I also had a question about number 2. The answer key says that the velocity would increase, but when we talked about it we said that it would remain the same. Which is the correct answer and if the velocity increases, why would it increase?

Thank you!

]]>I deleted a bunch of comments. If we get many more off topic comments, I’ll have to change the settings so you must register to post…

]]>We haven’t been going over similar problems from the book. Are you writing out all the steps I described for solving problems?

I will be available for help during lunch tomorrow, but I would suggest you take photos of some of the problems and post links to them. Be specific about what you don’t understand in a problem. Don’t say `I don’t get #4,’ but say ‘I gotta to this point ____… ,and I tried these steps, but I still got struck. “

]]>Sorry, it’s Speedy G. Higher K means more likely to cause damage (they both have identical momentum).

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