# Quiz: Work & Energy

### Before Class Preparation:

Complete all previous energy self quizzes & CK12 exercises

### In Class Work:

15 minute pre quiz discussion

30 minute quiz: Work & Energy

Can you:

• Draw LOL diagrams based on given initial and final states
• Calculate quantities using conservation of mechanical energy
• Describe the net work done by different forces
• Explain how an object’s motion is determined by its gravitational potential and kinetic energies

### After quiz:

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# Quiz – Fields

### In Class Work:

15 minute pre-quiz

30 minute quiz: Fields

Can you:

• Define & calculate gravitational/electrical field strength
• Solve problems involving gravitational forces and fields
• Determine the electric field vectors due to one or more point charges
• Solve problems involving electric charges and fields between parallel plates

### After quiz:

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# Quiz: Forces 2

### Before Class Preparation:

Complete all previous forces self quizzes & CK12 exercises

### In Class Work:

15 minute pre-quiz: Make notes from your discussions

30 minute quiz: Newton’s Law Applications

Can you:

• Use Fnet = ma to draw F-t and v-t graphs based on a given motion
• Calculate quantities based on situations given from a free body diagram
• Explain the net forces acting on different masses (of the same size) with different velocities
• Explain how friction forces compare with each other under various circumstances.

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# Quiz – Forces

### Before Class Preparation:

• Complete assigned CK12 exercises on forces

### In Class Work:

10 minute group discussion

20 minute quiz: 3 questions on Forces

Can you:

• Draw and label forces on a free body diagram on bodies in freefall with or without air resistance.
• Predict the motion of an object based on the size of relative forces.
• Use a v-t graph to determine the forces acting on an object.
• Determine the forces acting on objects moving with different types of motion in one dimension.
• Based on a free body diagram:
• Compare the sizes of forces on an object
• Determine the net force of an object
• Calculate the acceleration of an object and its direction of motion
• Calculate the forces on an object

# Quiz – Big 5 Equations

### Before Class Preparation:

• Finish
• Kinematics Self Quiz on Google Classroom
• CK12 and other practice questions

### In Class Work:

• 15 minute Pre-Quiz in your groups
• 40 minutes written quiz with 4 questions

Can you:

• Distinguish directions using the correct sign conventions
• Select the correct kinematics equation with different initial conditions
• Solve all 5 kinematics equations when given 3 quantities

# Quiz – Kinematics Graphs

### Before Class Preparation:

• Complete all Google Classroom & CK12 assessments on Kinematics Graphs
• BYOD for Google Forms quiz

### In Class Work:

40 minute quiz: Kinematics Graphs

• Part 1: 20 Multiple Choice on Google Form (1 attempt only)
• Match the graphs with the descriptions
• Choose the best descriptor and match the labeled sections
• Part 2: Draw d-t/v-t/a-t graphs
• This slide will be provided during the quiz

Can you:

• Identify a motion based on a d-t or v-t graph
• Describe the changing motions of the different segments in a d-t or v-t graph
• Convert different graphs of motion (given one of d-t or v-t graph, draw the proper corresponding d-t/v-t/a-t graphs with sample calculations)
• Draw d-t/v-t/a-t graphs of different types of motion with constant acceleration
• Speeding up/Slowing down/Constant velocity in the positive or negative directions.

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# Quiz – Relative Motion

### Before Class Preparation:

• Finish relative motion work

### In Class Work:

##### 30 minute quiz: Relative Motion (Knowledge/Understanding)

Can you:

• Convert units of velocity and displacement
• Solve problems involving relative motion:
• in one dimension (eg; backwards and forwards)
• in two perpendicular dimensions (eg; directly crossing a river)
• in any two dimensions
• Rubric for quizzes is here

# Quiz – Standing/Sound Waves

### Before Class Preparation:

• Finish Assigned CK12 & Self Quizzes
• Bring calculator

### In Class Work:

• 15 minute group discussion
• 30 minute quiz: Application of Standing/Sound Waves

Can you:

• Determine a wave’s period & frequency when given a graph of the wave.
• Calculate the frequency of a standing wave in a medium that is:
• Open at both ends
• Closed at both ends
• Open at one end
• Calculate the speed of sound from a standing wave patterns in an air column closed at one end.
• Draw a standing wave pattern for an air column or string instrument and
• Calculate frequencies/lengths of the instrument
• Describe and calculate how sound changes (frequency, wavelength, velocity) through different mediums

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# Quiz – Projectiles

### Before Class Preparation:

• Finish projectiles self quizzes & CK12s
• Get familiar with this equation solver (suvat.app)

### In Class Quiz:

• Pre-quiz discussion: 15 minutes
• Individual Quiz: 30 minutes
• Students may use this kinematics equation solver (suvat.app) during the quiz.
• Use G.R.A.S.P. whenever possible
• g=9.8 m/s2
• Draw pictures of scenarios!
• Round all final answers to 3 sig figs.

Can you:

• Deduce the path of a projectile
• Solve for horizontal & vertical components of a projectile
• Calculate (5) different quantities of projectile motion such as height, maximum height, range, time of flight

### After quiz:

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# Quiz – Grade 11 Review

### In Class Work:

##### 30 minute quiz: Grade 11 Review: Mechanics

Can you:

• Use kinematics equations to solve for and/or determine all the quantities that describe the
motion of the fruits?
• Draw free body diagrams for the fruits during different parts of its motion(s)?
• Use free body diagrams to explain the motions of the fruits?
• Use conservation of mechanical energy equations to solve for and/or determine the outcomes
of the motion(s)?