dc.contributor.author Rogers, David dc.date.accessioned 2021-09-07T19:58:27Z dc.date.available 2021-09-07T19:58:27Z dc.date.issued 2004-10-29 dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12648/3628 dc.description Questions, comments or suggestions about this model may be sent to Dr. Leigh Little, llittle@brockport.edu, The College at Brockport. dc.description.abstract Objectives: Students will: 1. use modeling to calculate the spring constant of a super ball 2. use modeling to predict the elastic bounce (spring constant of other balls) This will help the student understand the elastic potential energy, kinetic energy, restoring force of a ball bounced at an angle, period, frequency of springs in simple harmonic motion Modeling will allow students to graph, visualize the phenomenon of elasticity. Using the graph – predict the height of a bounced ball or determine the spring constant of different balls. Students will use TI 83, 84 calculators to find vectors using the sci tools function vectors, calculate k, graph the functions of the equations used to predict forces, elastic PE, k (spring constant / elasticity function) or x (distances) dc.subject CMST dc.subject TI Calculator dc.subject Functions dc.subject Vectors dc.subject Graphs dc.title Potential Energy/Kinetic Energy dc.type lesson_plan refterms.dateFOA 2021-09-07T19:58:27Z dc.description.institution SUNY Brockport dc.source.status published dc.description.publicationtitle Lesson Plans dc.audience 11-12th Grades dc.contributor.organization The College at Brockport dc.languate.iso en_US
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