What are some examples of force diagrams
The force can be calculated using Newton's 2nd law, force = mass x acceleration or F = ma , be calculated. That is, when there is a resultant force, the speed changes. In this task draw the student Force diagrams of a car moving in three different ways . The car drives at a constant speed (balanced), accelerates and brakes. Students should be reminded to pay attention to the direction and length of the arrows and to use consistent color coding and lettering on all diagrams.
To differentiate this and challenge your advanced students, imagine a scenario where the car is on a slope. That way, students don't just look at vertical or horizontal forces.
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Show your understanding of force and how it affects movement by drawing force graphs. Remember that forces have both magnitude and direction. This means that you need to pay attention to the direction and length of the arrows.
- Click on "Start Assignment".
- The situations on the left are Driving a car at a constant speed , Accelerate car and Car slower .
- Use the arrows from the Shape menu to add force graphs to the cells on the right. Modify the arrow so they are the correct length and point in the correct direction.
- Label your arrows with textables.
- Save and submit your storyboard.
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