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Day 10
 
Day 10
Content:
 
Address questions regarding Assignment #9.
 
Introduce the concepts of polar coordinates, and normal and tangential coordinates based
on discussions presented in R/S Chapter 13 (pp. 54-68).
 
Example problem 13-10 in R/S on pp. 55-56 presents a good example of the use of polar
coordinates.
 
Example problems 13-12 and 13-13 on pp. 63-63 present good examples of the use of
normal and tangential coordinates.
 
Worked Problem Set #10 presents another example problem.
Skills/Objectives:
 
Understand the use of polar, and normal and tangential coordinates.
Assessment:
 
Homework Set #10: Work problems 13-103, 107, 119, 121, 124, 125, 137 and 138
(due on Day 11).
Resources:
 
R/S Chapter 13 (pp. 54-68).
Notes:
 
The solution to each problem MUST include a units table, all necessary system diagrams,
all necessary conservation tables, and then the solution. While this material should be a
review of material presented in Physics, it is important to do a good job presenting it to
the students - particularly with respect to the polar coordinate sign convention.
Advanced Organizers:
 
Read R/S Chapter 13 (pp. 54-68).

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