Reflection: Rigor Modeling Momentum Using Graphs - Section 3: Initial and Final Momentum (IF) Graphs

 

  Using Bar Graphs To Model Momentum
  Rigor: Using Bar Graphs To Model Momentum
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Modeling Momentum Using Graphs

Unit 6: Momentum
Lesson 8 of 14

Objective: Students will use graphs to analyze the momentum before and after a collision.

Big Idea: Interpreting graphical data that represents a system before and after a collision is a great way to learn about momentum and impulse.

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