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As the Wheel Turns
This is not your typical Ferris wheel problem. In this exercise, your class will combine their knowledge of sinusoidal functions as well as linear motion to come up with parametric equations that model the position of a point on the edge of a rolling wheel.
10th - 12th Math CCSS: Designed
Black Holes IV
In this black holes worksheet, students read about black holes and solve 3 problems where they calculate the Schwarschild radius of one, the number of grams/second a quasar luminosity implies for another and the number of suns per year a super massive black hole consumes at different efficiencies.
11th - Higher Ed Science
Models of Planets
In this planet models worksheet, students use the radius of a given planet and its mass to answer questions using a model of a planet with a given radius. They determine the volume of the planet's inner core, the volume of its outer shell, and the total mass of the planet.
7th - 9th Math
Tidal Forces-Let'er Rip!
In this tidal forces worksheet, students read about the gravitational pull from the moon that causes the ocean tides. Students solve 3 problems including finding the Roche or the tidal radius for the Earth and Moon, comparing the Roche Limit of Saturn to its ring system and finding the Roche Limit for the sun.
9th - 12th Math
Universal Gravity and Kelper's Laws Worksheet
High school physicists apply their knowledge of planetary motion. Using Kepler's three laws, Newton's law of universal gravitation, and the provided properties of the moon, sun, and Earth, they proceed to solve 23 problems. An answer key is that you can send home with the homework assignment, or use when you go over solutions in class.
9th - 12th Science
How To Build a Planet From The Inside Out!
High schoolers read about the Spitzer Space Telescope and the technology used to learn about planet composition. They calculate the radius of a planet, the size of a planet, the average density of a planet and the likely core composition of a planet.
9th - 11th Math
Geometry End Review/Test
In this end of the year geometry review worksheet, 10th graders solve and complete 140 different multiple choice problems. First, they find the slope-intercept form of a line passing through a point and parallel to a given line. Then, students determine the transformations that best represent an isometry.
This art lesson seems simple enough. As a way to introduce radial symmetry, spokes, or rays, learners create an artistic representation demonstrating radial symmetry. They stick a variety of letter stickers on their paper starting in the center working outward.
4th - 6th Visual & Performing Arts
How Do You Find the Circumference of a Circle if You Know the Diameter?
There are two formulas that can be used to find the circumference of a circle. Choose the appropriate formula depending on the given value in the problem. After selecting the correct formula, solve the problem using 3.14 as an estimation for pi.
3 mins 6th - 10th Math
Volume of Cylinders and Cones
Line drawings of a circle, a cylinder, and a cone at the top of the page contain the formulae for area and volume of each shape. Learners complete the missing information in a chart that lists diameter, radius, height, and area and volume of the solid figures.
7th - 8th Math
Attributes of Shapes Guided Lesson Explanation
Triangles, circles, and rectangles are featured in a colorful, one-page worksheet that defines and illustrates these shapes. Read the explanations with your first graders and have them count the number of shapes in a given box. Since the correct answers are already shaded on this template, you might consider redrafting the template to remove the shading.
How Do You Find the Height of a Cylinder if You Know the Volume?
Formulas and more formulas. Yes, that's what algebra is all about. Using formulas to solve equations for an unknown value. So in this problem there are two formulas that apply: the volume of a cylinder and the area of a circle. The nice thing is that all the values are given, except the one to solve for, so just plug the values into the right places and do the math.
4 mins 6th - 10th Math