Physics 11 Submit this StartUp Assignment into the 1 Physics Skills & 2 Kinematics Assignments Please read each portion of the StartUp assignment carefully. This assignment must be completed in full before you are placed in the regular class. It’s a total of 100 marks and worth 5% of your overall grade. Complete all the yellow sections on this document as well as the assignment (starts on page 4). Course Selection/Student Learning Plan (SLP) Answer the following questions and fill in the chart below. Don’t forget to date and sign the page. 1. Why have you selected this course and how does it fit into your Educational Goals? Answer:To fulfill the science credit requirement for graduation. 2. What grade are you currently in? NOTE: If you already graduated was it from a BC Secondary School or a Non-BC Secondary School? Answer:grade 11 3. In the following chart fill in any grade 10, 11 and 12 courses you have already completed = C or are currently taking/are in progress = IP. If there are courses you have not taken yet simply leave it blank. Required Courses… GRADE 10 C/IP GRADE 11 C/IP GRADE 12 English 10 C English 11/Comm. 11 IP English 12/Comm. 12 Math 10 (Apprenticeship/Workpl ace or Foundations) C Social Studies 11 (or Canadian Civics 11 or BC First Nations 12) IP Graduation Transitions Physical Education 10 C Science 11 (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Sciences or Science & Technology) IP Planning 10 (or CAPP 11/12) C Mathematics 11 (Apprenticeship/Workplac e, Foundations or Pre-Calculus) IP Social Studies 10 C Science 10 C C/IP Drama 11 List ONE Fine Arts/Applied Skills course from grade 10, 11 or 12: Elective Credits… ALL COURSES COMPLETED ONLINE GRADE 10 C/IP GRADE 11 C/IP GRADE 12 (Minimum 3 courses) C/IP You can add more rows by clicking into the last box (bottom right) and clicking on the Tab key. Student’s / Parent’s E-Signature*:ROSE WU Date: 24 February 2020 Student Name: ADAM YANG PEN (Must be 9-digits):1475069 Email: email@example.com Date of Birth (Month Day, Year) 6/10/2003 Home School:LORD BYNG *NOTE: For the E-Signature you can simply type in the name. Course Information Please read the following information with regards to your course. Prescribed Learning Outcomes Welcome to Physics 11! Please review the Ministry of Education’s Prescribed Learning Outcomes for Physics 11: http://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/irp/phys1112_06.pdf Resources All the resources are available online. Assessment The Physics 11 course is graded as follows: a. ) ≈5% - StartUp Assignment b. ) ≈10% - Assignments c. ) ≈15% - Online Quizzes d. ) ≈10% - Online Discussions and Project e. ) ≈30% - 1 Midterm (must be written in person at the VLN at John Oliver) f. ) ≈30% - Final Exam (must be written in person at the VLN at John Oliver) Marks and test marks, VLN reserves the right to use only the test scores as a final evaluation for the course. Course Deadline Once you submit this document, you will then have one year to complete this course. Course Timeline The following timeline will be used in this course. Course Topics/Units Approximate Date You Intend to complete the assignment/midterm/quiz. The day you submit your StartUp assignment which February 24, 2020 means you’re ready to start working immediately. 1. Introduction to Physics These two sections are to be completed with the StartUp 2. Kinematics assignment (see below). 3. Vectors and Projectiles March 25 4. Forces MIDTERM There will be 15 to 20 problems. When April 15 you’re ready to write the exam please follow the instructions on the course Content page on how to sign up for it. Units 1 to 4 assignments and online quizzes must be completed before writing the midterm. Project To begin after you have completed the midterm. 5. Momentum April 30 6. Energy, Work, Power & Energy 7. Wave Properties May 15 8. Geometric Optics 9. Nuclear Physics & Special Relativity May 30 FINAL 50 multiple-choice questions. Units 1 to 9 June 05 assignments and online quizzes must be completed before writing the final exam. The Assignment Resources: ▪ Find information under the Content link. ▪ Other places for help: o http://www.physicsclassroom.com/ o http://www.ck12.org/flexbook/ Email and Image Profile 1. Add an image that represents you to your profile. If you enjoy sports then add a sports image. Go to My Home > Profile > Change Picture 2. Add a signature (your name) to your VLN Email. Go to Email tab > Settings. 3. Forward your incoming VLN email to your external email address. Go to Email tab > Settings (Forwarding Options). The following questions must be done by hand. Do the questions with black ink on a blank piece of paper and then scan the work or take a picture of it. Keep the image files small (<200 kb each). To reduce the image size, decrease the width and height of your images. This can be accomplished with any image-editing program. When showing your work make sure it is logical, includes formula and units. Messy work will not be accepted. You need to take pride in your work. Unit 1 Introduction to Physics 1. How many significant figures are in each of the following? The following questions must be done by hand (see the above instructions). a. 2.7 b. 32.9 c. 0.0209 d. 71.050 e. 0.2001 2. Write the following measurements in scientific notation. The following questions must be done by hand (see the above instructions). a) 0.030740 kg to 2 significant digits b) 420 000 000 000 km to 3 significant digits 3. Add the following measurements. The following questions must be done by hand (see the above instructions). a) 460 m + 29.8 m b) 2.56 + 3.2 + 1.999 + 24.15 c) 14.23 x 10-19 + 8.1 x 10-20 4. Multiply the following measurements. The following questions must be done by hand (see the above instructions). a) 76 m X 0.82 m b) 14.23 x 10-19 m X 9.1 x 10-20 m 5. Solve for x in the following problems. Make sure you show your work. The following questions must be done by hand (see the above instructions). 6. Make the following conversions. Make sure you show your work. The following questions must be done by hand (see the above instructions). 322 g = ? mg 7. A rock is dropped from a bridge. It's velocity is measured at ½ second intervals. The following questions must be done by hand (see the above instructions) Time, t (s) Velocity, v (m/s) 0.00 4.4 0.50 9.3 1.00 13.9 1.50 18.9 2.00 24.2 2.50 28.9 3.00 33.7 a) Graph the data (v vs. t). Make sure to label your graph properly. (You may use MS Excel for making the graph or do it by hand) b) Find the slope of the line. Make sure to show how you derived your answer. c) Write an equation for the line. d) Using your equation: i) Showing all the work needed, calculate the time required for the rock to reach a velocity of 3.30 x 105 m/s ii) Showing all the work needed, calculate the velocity of the rock after 60.0 s. Questions 8-10 refer to the following triangles. The following questions must be done by hand (see the above instructions) I II III 8. a) For triangle I, showing all the work needed what is the cosine of angle A? b) Showing all the work needed what is the tangent of angle A for triangle I? 9. Find side C for triangle II 10. For triangle III, express side b in terms of a trigonometric function of angle B and side c Unit 2 Kinematics Unit 2 questions to need to be completed like the following question. There are 7 steps. Remember these questions also need to be completed by hand. Here is another example that can be found on YouTube http://youtu.be/0cJjdEswWD4. 11. A student runs 10.0 km east along the course, then turns around and runs 10.0 km west along the same path. The student returns to the starting point in 50 min. a) What is the student's average speed? b) The student's average velocity? 12. A bug is flying with a speed of 6.50 m/s. How long will it take the bug to reach a tree 400 m away? 13. A bus travelling at the speed limit of 50 km/h passes a bus stop. The driver sees the bus stop 2.0 seconds after passing the bus stop. How far (in meters) did the bus travel during this time? 14. A motorcycle of with an initial velocity 15.0 m/s accelerates to 35.0 m/s. What is the rate of acceleration if the displacement during this time was 43.0 m? (Hint: v2 = vo2 + 2ad) 15. A car accelerates uniformly from rest for 6.50 s. If in this time the displacement of the car is 30.0 m, calculate the acceleration of the car. (Hint: d = vot + ½at2). This is a reminder to show the seven steps (see image above) for Qs 11-20. 16. A skateboarder with an initial velocity of 2.0 m/s moves with constant acceleration and travels 12.0 m in 4.0 s. What is the skateboarders’ velocity at the end of the 4.0 s? (hint: d = ½(v + vo)t ). Remember to isolate the variable…this is step 4 of the seven steps. 17. A train traveling at a velocity of 60.0 m/s is slowed down at a uniform rate of 1.25 m/s2. How far will it travel before its velocity is 1/2 its original value? (Hint: v2 = vo2 + 2ad) This is a reminder to show the seven steps (see image above) for Qs 11-20. 18. An object uniformly accelerates from 15 km/h east to 35 km/h east. If the rate of acceleration is 4.0 m/s2, what is the displacement of the object during acceleration? (Hint: v2 = vo2 + 2ad OR d = vot + ½at2). Have you been showing the seven steps to solving physics problems? 19. A train travelling at 20 m/s is observed 6.0 s later and found to be travelling at 8.0 m/s. a) What is the acceleration of the train? b) How much longer will it take the train to stop? (Hint: v = vo + at…you can use the same equation for both Qs.) 20. Iron Man is flying at a speed of 7.0 m/s. He sees a villain 100 m ahead of him, so he accelerates at 4.0 m/s2. (Hint: there are a couple of ways to solve this problem. I will let you decide.) a) How fast will he be moving when he reaches the villain? b) How much time will it take him to reach the villain? This is a reminder to show the seven steps (see image above) for Qs 11-20. number 7 graph: 7. time velocity 0 4.4 0.5 9.3 1 13.9 1.5 18.9 2 24.2 2.5 28.9 3 33.7 Slope = m = y2-y1/t2-t1 (33.7-4.4)/(3-0)= 9.76m/s^2 y=mt+b y=9.76t+4.4 3.3x10^5 = 9.76t+4.4 t= 33811.0s y=9.76(60)+4.4 y=590m/s Anti-Plagiarism Student Contract I, ADAM YANG, understand that VLN has a zero tolerance policy on plagiarism. Plagiarism is presenting someone else’s work (or parts of someone else’s work) as though it is my own. I understand that if I am found to be plagiarizing, I will receive a zero for that assignment. Repeated offenses will result in failure or withdrawal from the course or school. Dated: February 24, 2020 Formal procedures for cases of plagiarism: First incident: Student receives zero on assignment and must contact teacher by email immediately. Second incident: Student receives zero on assignment and must make an appointment to see the teacher in person. Third incident: Student fails or is withdrawn from course and/or school. Assignment Feedback Course Name: Physics 11 Student Name: ADAM YANG Feedback Date: February 24, 2020 Mark: % Teacher Comments: Ok, I am done the assignment, what do I do now? ● First step is to SAVE AS and name the file StartUp_LASTname_Firstname_PH11.doc ● Next step is to upload to the 1 Physics Skills & 2 Kinematics ASSIGNMENTS ● The teacher will then mark your assignment, provide you with feedback and then begin the process to opening the rest of the course.