Lessons for Force

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  • If You Force It, It Will Move - … direction of motion and effects of gravitational force (weight) and frictional forces. 17 If You Force It, It Will Move Grade Nine Attachment … Y Forces Effect of student's force is negligible. Effect of gravitational force causes acceleration down. Not applicable Effect of student's force initiates … Y Forces Effect of student's force is negligible. Effect of gravitational force causes acceleration down. Not applicable Effect of student's force initiates …
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  • Can You Bear It? Pulleys, Gears, Forces, Structures, and Mechanisms - … pulley, two pulleys, etc., and measure effort force qualitatively by comparison (easier, harder, more force, less force, seemed heavier, lighter). Grade 5 students … actually calculated using the formula: load (or force produced by the pulley) / effort force (or force applied to the pulley as measured by … (or force produced by the pulley) / effort force (or force applied to the pulley as measured by the spring scale [force meter]). Force is measured …
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  • May the Force Move - You Forces Acting on Structures & Mechanisms; Motion - … fixed pulley reduces the amount of force required. A movable pulley reduces the force by half. Forces can be measured. g) Students brainstorm … at 6:43:23 AM Focus - Forces - 5 May The Force Move You Subtask 8.5 Forces Acting on Structures & Mechanisms; Motion A … at 6:43:23 AM Focus - Forces - 5 May The Force Move You Subtask 8.5 Forces Acting on Structures & Mechanisms; Motion A … AM Apply - A Quick Quiz about Forces - 5 Subtask 9.5 May The Force Move You Forces Acting on Structures & Mechanisms; Motion A …
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  • Structure and Mechanism - … . Mechanical Advantage can then be calculated: load force / effort force (load force = output force and effort force = input force). 4. Mechanical Efficiency = (mechanical advantage / velocity ratio … have a fulcrum (pivot point), load force (the force exerted by the load), and effort force (the force required to move the load) Effort … effort force equals the load force. B) the effort force is greater than the load force. C) the effort force is less than the load force
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  • Planet Impactn - … by a body moving in three-dimensional space. Tidal forces- A force that is caused when the gravity tugging on one side … study features in the upper atmosphere of planets. Unbalanced Force (Net Force)- Any force that causes an object to accelerate, unless an equal … . Here are some examples of unbalanced forces. An unbalanced gravitational force: the Sun exerting a force on the planets to keep them in …
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  • Simple Machines - … lifting the weighted bag. Q: Did it take more force or less force than when we had one fixed pulley? A: Using … the weight of the load being lifted. Fa - Applied FORCE or the force being applied to lift the load. Lr - Resistance LEVER … the weight of the load being lifted. Fe - Effort FORCE or the force being applied to lift the load. Equilibrium - The point … gear (0.4) because you are applying less force. LEVER - Answer Key Resistance Force (Fr) 30 lbs 30 lbs 30 lbs Resistance …
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  • Work and the Farm - … students a summary or review of the concepts of work, force, torque, velocity, equilibrium as applied to agriculture. Suggested grade levels … either the distance over which I apply my force, or the amount of force I apply. Well, for us weaklings, I'd … which is my lever arm times my force, then I can calculate the needed force to be the torque divided by my … tree is 85 degrees once you apply a force to the rope. Calculate the force each method will produce on the tractor …
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  • Pushy Kids in Physics - … This is an interesting way to introduce balanced forces, unbalanced forces, and resulting net forces. Students actively demonstrate these concepts and then study … read and discuss the appropriate textual information on forces, balanced forces, unbalanced forces and resulting net forces. This is according to your available textbooks … . The difference between the two total forces gives the resulting net force. And the resulting net force is moving in the same direction …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • What Makes Airplanes Fly? - … questions is: forces. Engineers use physics to study forces, and then apply what they learn about forces to solve problems. Forces can make things speed up, and balanced forces can make things stay still … a situation that involves "balanced" forces (constant motion) versus "unbalanced" forces (when things accelerate). How are the forces acting on an airplane flying …
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  • Is The Force With You? - … of the forces. Have students do the same for forces not directly touching it (gravitational force). Help students draw the vertical force arrows so … or notebook, pencil or pen, goggles. Vocabulary: Y force Y balanced force Y unbalanced force Y point of reference Y direction of motion … forces acting on the card. (Ensure students accurately draw the forces acting on the card include the initial horizontal flicking force and the force
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