There isn’t much time left for you to submit a video reassessment. Listen to me now and hear me later. If you email me a link but don’t also write the question you are answering in the email, I won’t look at it. If the video goes over 5 minutes, it better be super awesome and worth it or I will get angry.
Can you use the real system and the point-particle system to explain this?
Slow Motion of the drop
Can you explain this?
- There will be no in class assessment on Chapter 11 – it will be on the final exam though
- The last day to turn in any video reassessments will be the last day of class – Wednesday May 7
- There was not a chapter 10 assessment either (since there really were no new ideas). There could still be collision problems on the final exam.
- The final exam will cover chapters 1-11. It will be approximately 6-10 questions long in the same format as all of the in-class questions you have seen in class.
Here are a couple of questions for you to practice with:
If we were going to do an assessment on collisions, it would be on Monday after spring break. I don’t want to give a quiz the day after spring break, so I won’t. In fact, there will not be an in-class assessment on collisions. Instead, you can submit an optional collision screencast. If you submit a screen cast on collisions, I will average it in with your other assessments.