Phy2 syllabus students q3


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For my dear Sr2013 and Cs2013: print this and paste (do not staple) to your notebook (3rd quarter) for your reference. I'll give points for this.

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Phy2 syllabus students q3

  1. 1. PHYSICS 2 SYLLABUS SY 2011- 2012 TOPICS DESIRED LEARNING COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES THIRD QUARTER Day 1 1. Explain concepts of torque. QuizA. NEWTON’S LAWS IN ROTATION 2. Define and calculate torque applied on the rigid body. Problem Set 1. Torque 3. Define the net torque on the body. 2. Net Torque Day 2 1. Determine a system in equilibrium through the knowledge of Quiz 3. Newton’s First Law in Rotation the two conditions of equilibrium Problem Set 4. Equilibrium 2. Apply the equations describing the two conditions of Activity 5. Center of Gravity equilibrium in a system 3. Determine the center of gravity of different objects. Day 3 1. Solve problems in equilibrium. Quiz 6. Applications of Equilibrium 2. Define stability and balance. Problem Set 7. Moment of Inertia 3. Determine the moments of inertia of rigid bodies. Activity Day 4 1. Solve problems on rotational dynamics. Problem Set 8. Rotational Dynamics 2. Investigate the rolling without slipping situations. Quiz 9. Rolling without slipping Seatwork Day 5 LT 1 – November 11/10 Day 6 1. Solve problems on work: several forces acting on a body Problem SetB. WORK, ENERGY, AND POWER 2. Solve problems on a work done by a varying force. Quiz 10. Work 3. Review the concept of work and kinetic energy; solve 11. Energy problems 12. Kinetic Energy (Linear, Rotational, and Combined) Day 7 1. Explain the work done by a gravitational force in relation to its Problem Set 12. Gravitational Potential Energy gravitational potential energy. Seatwork 13. Elastic Potential Energy 2. Solve problems on gravitational potential energy. 3. Explain work done by varying force through an elastic spring 4. Establish Hooke’s law 5. Discuss positive and negative work on an elastic spring 6. Solve problems on elastic potential energy Day 8 1. Show mathematically the conservation of energy (both Quiz 14. Energy Conservation for gravitational force and elastic spring force) Problem Set 15. Applications of Energy Conservation Day 9 1. Solve problems on conservation of energy: mass-spring Problem Set 16. Applications of Energy Conservation system; roller coaster problem; loop-the-loop kit 17. Power 2. Discuss power and solve problems on power Day 10 LT 2 – November 25/24 Day 11 1. Discuss momentum and impulse Problem SetC. IMPULSE AND MOMENTUM 2. Discuss impulse and momentum relation 18. Impulse 3. Solve problems on impulse and momentum 19. Momentum Day 12 1. Conservation of momentum Quiz 20. Conservation of Momentum 2. Solve problems on conservation of momentum Problem Set 21. Collision 3. Emphasize that conservation of kinetic energy is only true for elastic collision 4. Differentiate elastic and inelastic collisions Day 13 1. Solve problems on elastic collision in 1D (recoil) and 2D Quiz 22. Application of Collision 2. Solve problems on completely inelastic collision: ballistic Problem Set 23. Angular Impulse and Momentum 3. Discuss angular impulse and momentum Day 14 1. Discern when the principle of conservation of angular Quiz 24. Conservation of Angular Momentum momentum applies and cite consequences Problem Set Day 15 LT 3 – December 6/8Textbook: 1) Physics by Giancoli GRADING SYSTEM 2) Physics for Physicists and Engineers by Knight Quarter Grade = 1/3 previous quarter grade + 2/3 tentative grade 3) Conceptual Physics by Paul HewittThe tentative quarter grade is determined as follows: 50% Long Tests (3/4) 25% Lab Experiment Reports, Activities, Concept Notes Quizzes, Problem Sets (1/4) 25% Periodic Test