# Physics Explorations with Direct Measurement Videos 1st edition

Peter Bohacek
Publisher: Self Published Works

## Textbook Resources

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• 1: Time Measurements and Uncertainty for a Pogo Stick (1)
• 2: Velocity of a Roller Coaster (1)
• 3: Acceleration of a Space Shuttle (1)
• 4: Vectors and Components Applied to a Bouncing Ball (1)
• 5: Projectile Motion for a Ball Rolling off a Horizontal Track (1)
• 6: Newton's Second Law Applied to a Rocket Cart (1)
• 7: Acceleration of a Cart Rolling Down a Ramp (1)
• 8: Work and Power Applied to a Grandfather Clock (1)
• 9: Conservation of Energy in a Looping Roller Coaster (1)
• 10: Conservation of Momentum and a Dart Colliding with a Cart (1)
• 11: Momentum & Impulse for a Launched Candy Colliding with a Cart (1)
• 12: Momentum & Kinetic Energy for Colliding Carts (1)
• 13: Rotational Motion of a Disk Accelerated by a Rocket (1)
• 14: Rotational Inertia of Cans Rolling Down a Ramp (1)
• 15: Rotational Inertia of a Bicycle Wheel (1)

This collection features physics questions with embedded video clips of actual events and systems, such as objects colliding and rockets launching. Created by veteran physics instructor Peter Bohacek, these videos use rulers, grids, frame-counters, and other graphic overlays enabling students to make measurements directly from the video to analyze and apply physics concepts. Students actively participate in the learning experience by collecting the data required to answer questions, giving real-world context to classroom physics.

Key features:

• Instant and customized feedback: Feedback for each question tells the student if his/her value is too high or too low and suggests ways to improve the quality of the measurement.
• Question randomization: Each video has multiple versions, enabling WebAssign to randomly select one version when a student begins work on the question. Student feedback is based on the correct values for that video. In addition, key values, such as the mass of an object, are also randomized.
• Instructional scaffolding: Some questions provide a structure that helps the student learn as he/she progresses through a problem or lab. These scaffolding questions combine traits of labs, tutorials, and word problems.

The result is an exciting, engaging method for augmented physics instruction. This exclusive preliminary collection of questions is available as an additional resource for your WebAssign course at no extra charge. You can adopt it with any textbook supported by WebAssign, or use it with no textbook at all.

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##### Question Availability Color Key
BLACK questions are available now
GRAY questions are under development

Group Quantity Questions
Chapter 1: Time Measurements and Uncertainty for a Pogo Stick
1.IL 1 001
Chapter 2: Velocity of a Roller Coaster
2.IL 1 001
Chapter 3: Acceleration of a Space Shuttle
3.IL 1 001
Chapter 4: Vectors and Components Applied to a Bouncing Ball
4.IL 1 001
Chapter 5: Projectile Motion for a Ball Rolling off a Horizontal Track
5.IL 1 001
Chapter 6: Newton's Second Law Applied to a Rocket Cart
6.IL 1 001
Chapter 7: Acceleration of a Cart Rolling Down a Ramp
7.IL 1 001
Chapter 8: Work and Power Applied to a Grandfather Clock
8.IL 1 001
Chapter 9: Conservation of Energy in a Looping Roller Coaster
9.IL 1 001
Chapter 10: Conservation of Momentum and a Dart Colliding with a Cart
10.IL 1 001
Chapter 11: Momentum & Impulse for a Launched Candy Colliding with a Cart
11.IL 1 001
Chapter 12: Momentum & Kinetic Energy for Colliding Carts
12.IL 1 001
Chapter 13: Rotational Motion of a Disk Accelerated by a Rocket
13.IL 1 001
Chapter 14: Rotational Inertia of Cans Rolling Down a Ramp
14.IL 1 001
Chapter 15: Rotational Inertia of a Bicycle Wheel
15.IL 1 001
Total 15