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SAFARI GUIDE: None Today (Boone, you're moved to tomorrow) ════════════════════ OPENING QUESTION: Please see Tasque #1 below SUB: Please allow UP TO 15 minutes only for the following exercise. Students will finish whatever is left GRACIOUS & HUMBLE STUDENTS: Tasque #1 (No more than 15 minutes Please) See how much of the following you can fill in with formulae and/or annotations (feel free to change the order/rearrange as needed). Again, 15 minutes max! 1) There is a force pushing up on the magnet ( 2) That force is a magnetic force (It 3) The magnetic force 4) Current/charged particle motion MUST be 5) Magnetic forces are caused by 6) Changing 7) Changing 8) |

════════════════════ Tasque #2 EM/Mechanics practice: Materials required (but please don't start the actual measurement until step #4 below) 1) A scale for measuring the mass of the magnet (I didn't grab a scale before I left yesterday, but I've asked a colleague to grab one from the science stock room). If that didn't happen, please inquire with 2) A 3) A SUB: Please threaten students with chili/lime grasshoppers (see container on desk) if they use their phones for anything other than timing (they *Do* know better)! MOST GRACIOUS and HUMBLE students: Here is a great hands on Free Response practice problem (
SUB: I have provided you with hints. Make sure students spend at least 15 minutes working on deriving the equations they need before you allow hints. Also, if students want/need a hint, it will cost them consumption of one (count 'em 1) chili lime grasshopper (see container on desk). Grasshopper must be fully consumed by one person in the group. Water is NOT allowed for a minimum of 2 minutes and 55 seconds thereafter (because I said so!). No barfing, spewing, yakking, technicolor yawning, buicks, ralphing or any other sort of upchucking is allowed. SUB: Please post hint on the board for ALL groups to see but ONLY after the successful consumption of said grasshopper (above). That way we'll have one hint for everyone per grasshopper. Have fun and I'll see you tomorrow (I hope!) |