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High School Physics

Vanguard High School

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Unit 2 - Lessons from Galileo(11 Lessons)

Lessons from Galileo

High School Physics

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:Thought experiments are an essential tool utilized by physicists throughout history.

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21 Resources

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Investigating Basic Types of Physics Graphs

High School Physics

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:Mathematical models are free, effective and convenient ways to analyze and interpret graphical data.

21 Resources

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21 Resources

8 Favorites

Motion in Terms of Position and Time

High School Physics

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:The continued motion of an object can be predicted based on the pattern of its motion.

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17 Resources

3 Favorites

Introduction to Linear Motion

High School Physics

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:Graphing the location of an object over time is essential for understanding its motion.

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16 Resources

5 Favorites

Modeling Motion Using Motion Maps And Position vs Time Graphs

High School Physics

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:The shape of a position vs.time graph depicts how fast and in which direction an object travels.

16 Resources

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16 Resources

9 Favorites

Modeling Motion in Terms of Velocity vs Time Graphs, Part 1

High School Physics

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:The shape of a velocity vs time graph depicts how quickly and in which direction an object is accelerating.

19 Resources

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19 Resources

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Modeling Motion in Terms of Velocity vs Time Graphs, Part 2

High School Physics

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:The area under a velocity vs time graph is equal to the displacement of an object during a specific duration of time.

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19 Resources

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Finding the Slope of a Position vs Time Graph

High School Physics

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:The slope of a position vs time graph is a way to calculate the velocity of an object.

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19 Resources

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Finding the Slope of a Velocity vs Time Graph

High School Physics

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:The slope of a velocity vs time graph tells us the acceleration of an object.

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18 Resources

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Introducing Gravitational Field Strength

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:Gravitational field strength is directly proportional to a celestial body's mass and inversely proportional to a celestial body's radius squared.

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16 Resources

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Galileo's Equations of Motion

High School Physics

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Lessons from Galileo

Big Idea:Galileo's equations of motion can be used to model the behavior of objects with constant acceleration.

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22 Resources

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