# Tuesday, Thursday September 23, 2011 September 22, 2011 September 21, 2011 September 20, 2011

## Tuesday, Thursday September 23, 2011 September 22, 2011 September 21, 2011 September 20, 2011

Weiland, Jonah, Executive Producer has reference to this Academic Journal, PHwiki organized this Journal Physical Science Bell Ringers Fall semester 2011-12 Tuesday, Thursday September 23, 2011 Explain what happens if 2 objects have the same speed but different velocities. Turn in 4 bell ringers from this week

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September 22, 2011 Explain how as long as ces in addition to motion are related. September 21, 2011 No Bell Ringer, Mrs. Green at a conference September 20, 2011 Create a graph showing an object with positive velocity in addition to positive acceleration. Create another line on your graph to indicate an object with constant velocity.

September 19, 2011 Starting from rest, if a car accelerates at 0.90 m/s2, how fast would be moving after 6.0 seconds September 16, 2011 In yesterdays acceleration lab, when did your car have the fastest acceleration (when on the low or high incline) Turn in 5 bell ringers from this week September 15, 2011 During a race, a sprinter increases from 5.0 m/s to 7.5 m/s over a period of 1.25s. What is the sprinters average acceleration

September 14, 2011 A dragster in a race accelerated from stop to 40 m/ s by the time it reached the finish line. The dragster moved in a straight line in addition to traveled from the starting line to the finish line in 10.0 sec. What was the acceleration of the dragster September 13, 2011 What is the equation to calculate acceleration September 12, 2011 If a car travels 100 meters in 3.2 seconds, what is the average speed

September 9, 2011 1st  What is the difference between average speed in addition to average velocity 4th & 5th  The fastest trains are magnetically levitated above the rails to avoid friction. The fastest trains travel about 155 miles in a half an hour. What is their average speed in miles/hour Turn in 4 bell ringers from this week September 8, 2011 1st = What is the distance in addition to the displacement of the race car drivers in the Indy 500 4th & 5th = What is the difference between average speed in addition to average velocity September 7, 2011 Check Your Underst in addition to ing from yesterday What is the displacement of the cross-country team if they begin at the school, run 10 miles in addition to finish back at the school

September 6, 2011 What is motion September 2, 2011 No bell ringer, projector broken Turn in 4 bell ringers from this week September 1, 2011 Draw a bar graph to illustrate the following in as long as mation about soccer team wins: Year WINS 2005 2 2006 8 2007 4 2008 7 2009 9

August 31, 2011 On the graph, what percentage of fuel usage is electric in addition to steam August 30, 2011 Use the graph in Figure 1-3 to find the number of grams of sugar that will dissolve in 100 grams of water at 80ºC. August 29, 2011 Arrange each of the following in order from largest to smallest. centimeter kilometers meters micrometers millimeters

August 26, 2011 Convert 1750 ml to liters. Convert 2 ½ liters to cc’s (Cubic centimeters) Turn in bell ringers from this week 1st & 4th = 4 5th = 3 August 25, 2011 Complete the following conversions: 38 cm into meters 459 mL into centiliters 1123 kg in grams Page 879 1-4, 6-10 Math Problems Kelvin = °C +273 °C = Kelvin – 273 cm3 = mL August 24, 2011 Convert the following numbers into scientific notation: 348594 0.024094 0.000004595 1025

August 23, 2011 No bell ringer, Mrs. Green absent August 22, 2011 How many babies did Dr. Jones deliver in 1998 A. 25 B. 35 C. 45 D. 55 E. 65 August 19, 2011 Define precision in addition to accuracy. Turn in 5 bell ringers from this week

August 15, 2011 Get out a piece of paper, write todays date in addition to answer the question below Hold on to your paper as we will turn them in on Friday once we have a week of bell ringers What is Physical Science

## Weiland, Jonah Executive Producer

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