The Quiz Room Unit 4 - Quiz 2 2014-15 School Year The second quiz of the Newtonian Model of Motion unit will be taken at the end of class on Thursday, February 19. The quiz will address the following objectives: All objectives from the previous quiz. ... but a focus on the following three objectives: The student should be able to combine Newton's second law with a free-body diagram in order to determine the acceleration value or the value of an individual force. Packet: Net Force and Acceleration, p. 16 Packet: Calculating Individual Forces from ... , p. 17 Physics Classroom Tutorial: Newton's Laws Chapter, Lesson 3a - 3d WebAssign: Newton's Laws - Ass't 1 The student should be able to use Newton's second law in order to solve a simple word problem for the acceleration value or the value of an indiidual force. Packet: Newton's Second Law Problem-Solving, pp. 25-26 WebAssign: Newton's Laws - Ass't 2 Physics Classroom Tutorial: Newton's Laws Chapter, Lesson 3a - 3d The student should be able to combine Newton's second law with a kinematic equation and/or the sliding friction equation in order to solve a word problem for the acceleration value or the value of an indiidual force. Packet: Friction, pp. 21-22 Packet: Newton's Second Law Problem-Solving, pp. 25-26 Lab NM7: Sliding Friction Lab WebAssign: Newton's Laws - Ass't 3 and Ass't 4 Physics Classroom Tutorial: Newton's Laws Chapter, Lesson 3a - 3d The student should be able to describe the factors the factors that affect the amount of air resistance and use such knowledge to explain why an object reaches a terminal velocity. Packet: Air Resistance and Terminal Velocity, p. 19 Packet: Skydiving, p. 20 Lab NM5: Coffee Filter Skydiver Physics Classroom Tutorial: Newton's Laws Chapter, Lesson 3e The Physics Classroom || Google Docs || WebAssign