Reflection: Complex Tasks Analyzing Forces in Two Dimensions - Section 3: Review and Closure

 
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Analyzing Forces in Two Dimensions

Unit 2: Forces in Two Dimensions
Lesson 1 of 16

Objective: Students use vectors, trigonometry and Newton's 2nd Law of motion to analyze the forces on and motion of an object.

Big Idea: When analyzing forces, x and y force components can be analyzed independently.

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Forces and Newton's Laws, Science, Physical Science, Newton's Second Law, mathematical modeling, vector components, physics, Forces
  50 minutes
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