## 1st Quarter: October 3 - 7

## Monday, October 3rd

**1st Period: Today in class**

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- Today, we started out looking at our test for Kinematics in One-Dimension. Remember, test corrections can be done all this week to redeem back missing points.
- After that, we practiced switching between polar and rectangular coordinates. This is a very helpful skill that we will be using all year.
- Solutions to our class examples are attached below.

**HOMEWORK:**Math Skills Part II

Class Examples 3-6 - Solutions.pdf | |

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Math Skills Part II.pdf | |

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Mathematical Toolkit 10-3.pptx | |

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## Tuesday, October 4th

**6th Period: Today in class….**

- Today, after a little review, we talked about our last major topic in our mathematical unit and that is adding by components.
- Vectors can easily be added together simply by adding up their x- and y- components. The only trick is that vector must be in rectangular form to do this.
- We did several different examples to see how this works - solutions to example 7 - 9 are attached below

**HOMEWORK**: Converting Coordinates and Adding by Components

Mathematical Toolkit 10-4.pptx | |

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Class Examples 7-10 - Solutions | |

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Converting Coordinates & Adding by Components HW.pdf | |

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## Wednesday, October 5th

**1st Period: Today in class….**

- Today we did our best with a shortened amount of time, but after a little review, we talked about finding the x- and y- components for your vectors. This is a way for us to convert polar coordinates to rectangular.
- We did a couple examples for practice using this method.
- Solutions to our examples are attached below.

Class Examples 3-6 - Solutions.pdf | |

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Mathematical Toolkit 10-5.pptx | |

File Size: | 161 kb |

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## Thursday, October 6th

**6th Period: Today in class….**

- We started out with two very creative projects from Brady and Sarah - great job guys!
- Afterwards, we did one last example with adding by components. Make sure you double check the angles used for polar coordinates.
- The solution to this last example, example 10 is attached to Tuesday's material.

**HOMEWORK**: Study for 'Quest' next class period. Below is a study guide you can use to help your studying. This is not a required assignment as the solutions are attached to the very end.

Mathematical Toolkit Review.pdf | |

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## Friday, October 7th

**1st Period: Today in class….**

- Today, after two great presentations by Katelin and Tim, we jumped back into our last topic in our Mathematical Toolkit - adding by components.
- Vectors can easily be added together simply by adding up their x- and y- components. The only trick is that vector must be in rectangular form to do this.
- We did several different examples to see how this works - solutions to example 7 - 9 are attached below

**HOMEWORK:**Converting Coordinates & Adding by Components

Class Examples 7-10 - Solutions | |

File Size: | 2680 kb |

File Type: | mathtoolkithexamples7-10 |

Converting Coordinates & Adding by Components HW.pdf | |

File Size: | 58 kb |

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