Based on the force vectors shown above each team, predict the direction that the ribbon will move during this game.
Were the forces on the previous question balanced?
Where should the larger vector be drawn?
Were the forces balanced on the previous question?
Blocks A and B in the model are made of the same material but are different sizes. They are both placed on a smooth, flat, slippery surface. The blocks are stable and unmoving when placed on the surface, but move easily when even a very small force is applied. If the forces shown are applied to each object, which will have the greater change in motion?
If the force applied to Block A increased, how would this affect the change in motion?
A sailboat is moving over the water for 10 seconds as shown in the picture. Which statement describes the sailboat's motion during this time period?
A sailboat is moving over the water for 10 seconds, as shown in the picture. Which statement describes the sailboats motion during that time period?
Are the forces shown acting on the sailboat balanced or unbalanced?
What is dependent variable?
What is independent variable?
What is a constant?
When the ball and bowling pin collide, are the forces on the bowling pin balanced or unbalanced?
The bowling pin moved further when it was hit with Ball #2 than when it was hit with Ball #1. This means that Ball #2 must have applied more force to the bowling pin than Ball #1. Which of the following could describe why Ball #2 applied more force?
A different ball (Ball #3) is rolled at the same bowling pin. It collides with the pin at the same speed as Ball #1. How far do you predict the bowling pin will move?
What is the criteria in making a design?
What are constraint in making a design?