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Understanding Physics, Part 1

Understanding Physics, Part 1

PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc.
ISBN0-471-46435-X
Author(s)Karen Cummings, Priscilla W. Laws, Edward F. Redish, Patrick J.

Correlations to Vernier Curriculum

8 chapters from Understanding Physics, Part 1 are correlated with 18 labs from the following Vernier lab books:

Chapter/ Section Title Vernier Lab Book Vernier Experiment Sensor(s) Used
2 Motion Along a Straight Line Physics with Vernier 1Graph Matching
2BBack and Forth Motion
4BDetermining g on an Incline
3 Forces and Motion Along a Line Physics with Vernier 2BBack and Forth Motion
4BDetermining g on an Incline
5Picket Fence Free Fall
6Ball Toss Motion Detector
7Bungee Jump Accelerations Low-g Accelerometer
9Newton's Second Law
10Atwood's Machine
11Newton's Third Law Dual-Range Force Sensor (2)
5 Net Force and Two-Dimensional Motion Physics with Vernier 8AProjectile Motion (Photogates) Photogate (2)
20Centripetal Accelerations on a Turntable Low-g Accelerometer
21Accelerations in the Real World Low-g Accelerometer
6 Identifying and Using Forces Physics with Vernier 12Static and Kinetic Friction
13Air Resistance Motion Detector
7 Translational Momentum Physics with Vernier 11Newton's Third Law Dual-Range Force Sensor (2)
18BMomentum, Energy and Collisions
19BImpulse and Momentum
9 Kinetic Energy and Work Physics with Vernier 16Energy of a Tossed Ball Motion Detector
17Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion
10 Potential Energy and Energy Conservation Physics with Vernier 7Bungee Jump Accelerations Low-g Accelerometer
11Newton's Third Law Dual-Range Force Sensor (2)
18BMomentum, Energy and Collisions
11 Rotation Physics with Vernier 20Centripetal Accelerations on a Turntable Low-g Accelerometer

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