In the link below you will find the details necessary to complete your research paper.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1AniKi_Bb4y4Yd8EI-u_uz_UASrlrjxSDW2Jt3rTUOuY/edit?usp=sharing

In the link below you will find the details necessary to complete your research paper.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1AniKi_Bb4y4Yd8EI-u_uz_UASrlrjxSDW2Jt3rTUOuY/edit?usp=sharing

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Please follow the link below in order to read about the UN global goals from which your group will select an objective/topic.

http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/sustainable-development-goals.html

**Only for the students that were out last week.**

In the links below you will find the all the practice word problems we completed in class. **You need to complete 7 word problems from the first link and 3 from the second link in order to obtain full credit.**

** * You can choose which word problems to complete.**

http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/1DKin/Lesson-6/Sample-Problems-and-Solutions

http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/1DKin/Lesson-6/Kinematic-Equations-and-Graphs

**Show your work**

- What is the acceleration of a car that travels south and speeds up from 20m/s to 65 m/s in 30s?

2. If car A goes from 10 to 85 meters in an hour and car B goes from 5 to 25 meters in 20 mins. Who has the greatest acceleration?

3. Emely ran half of 3 meters in 10s , then twice that distance in 8 seconds. At the end of her race, she ran the last 15 meters in 15 seconds.

- What was Emely’s velocity during the first , second and last intervals, average velocity, and acceleration?
- Draw a graph for Emely’s race.

4. What is the difference between constant acceleration and constant velocity.

**Study the following concepts for this month’s test:**

- Speed
- Vectors
- Displacement
- Distance
- Frame of reference
- Velocity
- Instantaneous velocity
- Average velocity
- Constant velocity
- Acceleration
- Constant acceleration
- Position – time graphs
- Rise- Run/Slope

Using the following concepts each group will create an **images only** presentation. Each image will be utilized to explain each concept and answer questions in class. Keep in mind that for several concepts you can use only one image.

- Frame of reference
- Displacement
- Positive displacement
- Negative displacement
- Velocity
- Speed
- Average velocity
- Instantaneous velocity
- Slope
- Rise
- Run
- Acceleration

For this month’s LOG you will illustrate for the class the science behind the speed in car races. Use the following link for research: https://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/sos/

Focus on: Car safety, Grip, Turning, Balance, and Load transfer.