Given all the walking about the gardens of the Palikir campus, in keeping with our Aristotlean first day, what school of Grecian thought might you call yourselves?

The ______________________________ school

Two qualities must be present for motion to exist. Name the two qualities:

s)

t)

________________ A 49.65 gram rectangular slab of soap is 5.8 centimeters long, 4.0 centimeters wide, and 2.3 centimeters high. What is the volume of the rectangular slab of soap in cubic centimeters?

________________ A 49.65 gram rectangular slab of soap is 5.8 centimeters long, 4.0 centimeters wide, and 2.3 centimeters high. What is the density of the rectangular slab of soap in grams per cubic centimeter?

________________ Will a 49.65 gram rectangular slab of soap that is 5.8 centimeters long, 4.0 centimeters wide, and 2.3 centimeters high float in water?

Answer the two questions after the graphs below.

a. What does the line with the points on the above left graph represent?

b. What do the three lines on the above right graph represent?

Use the information on the graph below to answer the questions that follow. Note that the LINEST functions have changed from quiz 03.

___________________ Using the information on the graph, predict the distance the y1 ball would roll after 8 seconds.

___________________ Using the information on the graph, predict the time it would take the y1 ball to roll 3000 centimeters.

___________________ Using the information on the graph, predict the distance the y2 ball would roll after 8 seconds.

___________________ Using the information on the graph, predict the time it would take the y2 ball to roll 3000 centimeters.

Use the following graph and equation to answer the question that follows the graph and equation

$y=-\left(\frac{k}{{r}^{2}}\right){x}^{2}+k$
Write the equation of this function, simplifying as appropriate, using the information provided in the graph and equation above.

Drop 1

Drop 2

Drop 3

Drop 4

Drop 5

Mean drop time x(s)

Distance y (cm)

0.88

0.78

0.60

0.84

0.81

0.78

300

In the table above which drop time appears suspiciously low?

New mean drop time: _______________ Remove the suspicious drop time and recalculate the average drop time for this row of data.

_________ Does a dropped ball fall faster and faster?

In yesterday's laboratory, what provided proof that the ball was falling faster and faster?