Reflection: Complex Tasks Elevators and Newton's Second Law - Section 4: Stages of an Elevator WS


  A new perspective of finding net force
  Complex Tasks: A new perspective of finding net force
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Elevators and Newton's Second Law

Unit 5: Force and Acceleration
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to identify the net force acting a person in an elevator based on his or her acceleration.

Big Idea: Students connect real-world experiences with elevators to Newton's second law.

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