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#### Momentum Machine

If you have a rotating office chair in your classroom, you can have physics pupils participate in this simple, yet effective demonstration of angular momentum. One partner sits in the chair, arms outstretched, holding heavy weights. The...

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#### What on Earth is Spin?

If your head is spinning when you consider teaching the action of spinning, this video is sure to settle things. First, the motion is defined and described. The conservation of angular momentum, the Coriolis effect, and the air pressure...

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#### Why is the Solar System Flat?

When three dimensions are available, why is our solar system shaped like a flattened disk? Find out how the conservation of angular momentum plays a role. Physics and space science learners alike will be blown away by this bit of...

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#### STEMbite: Conservation of Angular Momentum

Showcase a few classic demonstrations of angular momentum with this two-minute film. Using a gyroscope, a bicycle, and a tire removed from a bicycle, the narrator explains how angular momentum keeps an object up in a way that defies the...

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#### Momentum

Here's a presentation that not only covers momentum, impulse, conservation of momentum in both one and two dimensions, angular momentum, torque, and the moment of inertia, but offers many applied guided practice problems as well.

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#### Gyroscopes in Motion

Physics stars will enjoy learning about the conservation of energy as you demonstrate gyroscope precession. The lecture is broken into five subtopics: cross product, rotating vectors, angular momentum, rotating rigid bodies, and torque...

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#### Centripetal Force

In order to investigate cetntripetal force and angular momentum, youngsters compare the motion of erasers hung from a string. It is not clear what type of Amish toy is needed in the warm up activity, so you may not be able to use it. The...

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#### Qualitative Aspects of Rotational Dynamics

Explanations for six different physics lab activities and five suggested assessments are contained in this resource by the National Science Teachers Association. Any combination can be used to open learners' eyes to rotational motion....

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#### Work, Energy, Power, Momentum

Planning a physics unit on energy can take a lot of work, luckily this instructional presentation is here to help. Covering everything from work and energy to elastic collisions and the conservation of momentum, this comprehensive...

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#### Amusement Park Physics

Young scholars conduct a series of experiments on conservation of energy and momentum. In this physics lesson plan, students investigate the factors affecting the period of the pendulum. They build a roller coaster and calculate the...

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#### Torque

Scholars experiment with torque and rotation. They interpret the relationships between torque, angular momentum, angular acceleration, and the moment of inertia.

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#### Orbital Motion

Why do planets orbit the sun in ellipses when moons orbit their planet in circles? Pupils control the semi-major axis, eccentricity of the orbit, and position angle. The resulting orbital appears with the related force vectors as...

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#### The Spin Doctor Is In

Students are given the difintion of translational motion, which is the object in motion stays in motion. If you are in a car and the car stops, you keep moving. They then discuss rotational motion, which is a spinning object continues to...

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#### THE PHYSICS OF MOVING THINGS (AND NOT A MOMENTUM TOO SOON!)

Students list three examples of momentum found in their local environment; describe the importance of mass and velocity on momentum; and determine what is necessary to produce the greatest amount of momentum within a particular system.

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#### Momentum

In this momentum worksheet, students review impulses, angular momentum, and the law of conservation of momentum. This worksheet has 30 fill in the blank statements.

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#### Give Me a Boost—How Gravity Assists Aid Space Exploration

The propellant needed for space explorations runs in the thousands, while paying to get the craft into orbit costs millions! In the second installment of three, two activities explore laws of conservation of energy and momentum. Using...

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#### Amusement Park Physics

Go for a ride with physics! Groups pick an amusement ride to investigate. Using their gathered information, teams develop their own ride and present it to the class. The team mates create a persuasive letter to an amusement park on why...

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#### College Physics for AP® Courses

Take a look at an organized physics course. The 34-section electronic textbook covers material in AP® Physics 1 and 2. Teachers use the text to supplement lectures and have the class work through the labs. Each section contains multiple...

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#### The Spin Doctor Is In

High schoolers are introduced to rotational inertia with some example of objects that rotates: Throw a Frisbee acroos the field and it rotates as it moves. The same is true for a baseball and a football. The two motions, translational...

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#### Bullet Block Experiment

Can energy be created? The textbook says no, but then how do you explain what is going on here? The Veritasium video demonstrates an experiment related to energy. Scholars watch the set up, come up with a hypothesis, watch the test, then...

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#### Cosmic Ray Momentum

Young scholars describe how cosmic rays achieve high kinetic energy via conservation of momentum.

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#### Ring Around the Rosie

Students study the law of conservation of momentum and how mass and radius relates to it. In this momentum lesson students know where axes are on their bodies and what type of rotation they have.

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#### Skateboard Science

Young scholars investigate how skaters can turn in midair. In this physics lesson, students relate Newton's Laws to skateboarding. They carry out the maneuver with the help of their classmate.